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Turbo Download Manager

A portable modern multi-threading download manager for all platforms

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A modern multi thread download manager for Windows, Linux, Mac OS, Firefox, Chrome, Opera and Android devices.

For bug reports visit:
https://github.com/inbasic/turbo-download-manager/issues

For FAQs visit:
http://add0n.com/turbo-download-manager.html

Turbo Download Manager is an stand-alone application without any dependencies. It should run out of the box. Just set the download location while adding the first job request.

If you have a browser and would like to integrate this download, use these browser extensions:
Firefox: https://addons.mozilla.org/firefox/addon/turbo-download-manager/
Opera: https://addons.opera.com/extensions/details/turbo-download-manager/
Chrome: https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/turbo-download-manager/kemfccojgjoilhfmcblgimbggikekjip

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Features

  • Supports multi-threading
  • Supports pause and resume
  • Supports mirrors
  • Supports external integration
  • Support download-able link extraction from webpages

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Intended Audience

End Users/Desktop

User Interface

Web-based

Programming Language

JavaScript

Registered

2016-02-07

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