uGet is a free and download manager for Linux. It’s light and small but supports the most important features that a good download manager should have. uGet recently released uget 2.0.4. You can easily install this simple yet powerful download manager on your Linux system.
uGet is a free, open source and cross-platform download manager. It’s has been choice of Linux users also because of its simplicity, features, and light-weight. It only takes seconds to download and install uGet in your Linux box.
Here is the list of some features that make uGet useful.
Isn’t it useful if you pause the download and resume it later? Obviously, it is. uGet supports resume compatibility. You can easily resume any paused download at a later time.
uGet handles URLs nicely. As you copy a URL of any file such as videos, mp3 songs or any document, uGet catches the URL and starts the download automatically. It can also catch and start downloads of multiple URLs copied at the clipboard.
With uGet you can also create queue and move your downloads to that queue. You can start multiple downloads at once by starting the queue.
- Advanced Download Categories
- Clipboard Monitor
- Batch Downloads
- FTP Login & Anonymous FTP
- FireFox Integration via FlashGot
- Quiet Mode
- Computer Shutdown After Completion
- CLI support
- Folder Auto-Creation
- Download History Management
- Multi-Language Support
- Aria2 Plugin
uGet can be easily installed on most Linux distributions. Check out instructions for your specific Linux distribution.
Ubuntu OR Linux Mint OR Elementary OS Or Derivatives Distros
Currently, there may not be the latest version available for Debian. But, developers say they are working to get uGet latest version on Debian.
If you are using any other Linux distribution then you can go to their official website to find installation instructions for your specific distribution.