Download Manager
Download Manager
2.1.5

5.0

Download Manager free download for Mac

Download Manager

2.1.5
30 November 2011

Manage your downloads.

Overview

DownloadManager's usefulness lies in resuming interrupted downloads.In fact, there are still so many places in the world where super-fast connection is only a dream...

Main features:

  • Scheduled downloads at a fixed time (as shown in screenshot 2).
  • Download window can be made visible or invisible (in screenshot 1 it is visible)
  • Auto-shutdown the computer after a downloading process.
  • A miniBrowser function allows to connect to a site and retrieve the address of files to be downloaded: ONLY if such addresses are real addresses (in other words, miniBrowser ignores addresses that depend on javascripting). Therefore: do NOT buy the app if you expect the miniBrowser to work like a full-fledged browser.

What's new in Download Manager

Version 2.1.5:
  • New interface for HTTP and FTP authentication (Preferences window).
  • Added Tutorial and Extra Tutorial in miniBrowser showing how to retrieve addresses of downloadable files.

6 Download Manager Reviews

Rate this app:

Shotgunweddings
05 October 2008

Most helpful

I think I'd rather stick to the free download manager in /System/Library/CoreServices called VerifiedDownloadAgent. I just make an alias to it and drag my downloads or links from Safari to it. No thanks Download Manager , keep it ain't worth using even if you paid me the $10. This program is not ready for prime time, lacks far too many features a mature download manager should have.
Like (8)
Version 1.3.2
Elegraphy
24 September 2009
Have you people (who gives the bad ratings) click into this Developer's link before? Take a look on those pictures... These software were made by these monks who lives in Bangladesh. Poor guys probably not have many chances to get their hands on all the latest fancy pants UI that Mac OS X software that we people are SO used to in our world!!! And they charge their software all because they use the money to support themselves. Jesus, people! Give these guys a break, huh?
Like (6)
Version 1.4
2 answer(s)
Donkey'S-Butt
Donkey'S-Butt
06 December 2009
Name one application better than this one that you've developed.
Like (2)
Version 1.4.3
Elegraphy
Elegraphy
07 December 2009
Oh believe me! To answer you I can come up a long list of apps that looks and works a lot savvier than this one, but that's besides my point. To be honest, there nothing easier for me to criticize and rip apart any apps in a second; it is part of my job as graphic designer! Just read my other comments you'll see! There's not a problem for any of us Mac user to spit poisons on other people's labor, because it's easy and no one could see our faces, but be sure to pick someone in your own size!
Like (6)
Version 1.4.3
Elegraphy
24 September 2009
Have you people (who gives the bad ratings) click into this Developer's link before? Take a look on those pictures... These software were made by these monks who lives in Bangladesh. Poor guys probably not have many chances to get their hands on all the latest fancy pants UI that Mac OS X software that we people are SO used to in our world!!! And they charge their software all because they use the money to support themselves. Jesus, people! Give these guys a break, huh?
Like (3)
Version 1.4
5 answer(s)
Leif-Heflin
Leif-Heflin
14 February 2010
Could you stop spamming the exact same message on all of this dev's apps?
Like (5)
Version 1.4.5
Elegraphy
Elegraphy
15 February 2010
Sure, did you read what I said instead of what I did? :) Again, I don't live in Bangladesh nor came from there; I have no personal relation with this dev nor he ever paid me to say anything nice about him. I did posted the same message on some of this dev's app pages - simply because some people have been making really ruthless and poisonous mockeries, instead of being helpful and posts some constructive criticism. I personally think these mockeries were really unnecessary, as people forgot they wouldn't normally act the same way face to face with others in real life as they would be so cold-blooded online towards another human being.
Like (2)
Version 1.4.5
Leif-Heflin
Leif-Heflin
15 February 2010
no i would act this way face to face aswell.
Like (5)
Version 1.4.5
Elegraphy
Elegraphy
15 February 2010
Good luck to you. Hope you never have to criticize someone like Amy Bishop face to face...
Like (2)
Version 1.4.5
Leif-Heflin
Leif-Heflin
15 February 2010
who?
Like (4)
Version 1.4.5
Tool Force Software
25 December 2008
I simply agree with one of the previous posts - this application is extremely retro, think of a new interface, we Mac users love this.
Like (3)
Version 1.3.5
Shotgunweddings
05 October 2008
I think I'd rather stick to the free download manager in /System/Library/CoreServices called VerifiedDownloadAgent. I just make an alias to it and drag my downloads or links from Safari to it. No thanks Download Manager , keep it ain't worth using even if you paid me the $10. This program is not ready for prime time, lacks far too many features a mature download manager should have.
Like (8)
Version 1.3.2
Lewish
03 November 2006
that screenshot is super retro
Like (3)
Version 1.1.8
Scatterbraine
03 November 2006
Heya Just wanted to comment on that screenshot you're providing of the app: i love os9 greets
Like (3)
Version 1.1.8
$8.99

5.0

App requirements: 
  • Intel 32
  • Mac OS X 10.6.8 or later
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