Flareget Download Manager – An alternative Internet download manager(IDM) application for Linux

FlareGet is a full featured, multi-threaded and multi-segment download manager and accelerator for Linux. It supports built-in browser integration with all the browsers.

Features
  • Dynamic File Segmentation – Supports up to 32 segments per download.
  • HTTP Pipelining – Each segment is further accelerated up to six times.
  • Auto Segmentation – If one segment ends, it starts another one to help terminate more fast.
  • Advanced Browser Integration – Integrates with all the browsers without any additional add-ons.
  • Multi-protocol support – It supports HTTP/HTTPS/FTP protocols to download files from Internet.
  • Intelligent file management – Automatically categorize files based on their extensions. All the downloads are grouped in different folders as per their categories.
  • Flash video download – One click flash video download from most of the sites.
  • Resume support.
  • Smart Scheduler – You can easily schedule flareGet to download files automatically.
  • Add/Remove segments – You can add or remove download segments dynamically without interrupting the download.
  • Clipboard Monitoring – No need to copy paste your download links, links automatically obtained from your clipboard.
  • Limit downloads -You can limit the number of simultaneous downloads.
  • Multi language support.

Sounds good? Give it a try.

Install flareget download manager in Linux mint 14/13 and Ubuntu 13.04/12.10/12.04

Press CTRL+ALT+T to open Terminal and enter the following command to add its PPA:

sudo add-apt-repository ppa:upubuntu-com/flareget-amd64

Update the sources list:

sudo apt-get update

Install flareget download manager:

sudo apt-get install flareget

Open the flareget download manager either from Terminal or Menu or unity dash:

or from Menu:

The main window of flareget:

This is the beta version. Hope the stable version will be released shortly.

Start using your new download manger. Have a good day!!!

  • Flareget is a nice app and especially while it is still in beta. However, part of this article is inaccurate. You said that “it is absolutely free” this is not true, most of it is free and integration with Firefox is free via Flashgot but all other browsers use their non-open sourced plugin which costs $10.

    Flareget is still good though but I think uGet is just a little better.

    • SK

      Oops!! Sorry.. Thanks for your information.. I will update the information that you mentioned here. Thanks for your suggestion. I didn’t try UGet yet. I am gonna to try the uGet app and get you back. Good day..

      • great, I’d really like to know what you think of uGet.

    • SK

      Hi i tried the uGet application. It is quite impressive and works great for me. Also i have posted a article about uGet here. Kindly let me know if any corrections and suggesitions.

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