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To download EasyGet from the Mac App Store, you need a Mac with OS X 10.6.6 or later. Learn More.


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EasyGet is a simple downloader or download manager application.

EasyGet is open source. You can get the source code from

Extra features / differences from normal safari browser
- More reliable pause/resume
- See if your download cannot be resumed
- Download multiple links/URLs
- Schedule your downloads (to use this, please make sure your computer will not go to sleep)
- Automatically put file into subfolder base on file extensions
- Limit download speed
- Set download priority and max concurrent downloads
- Webpage download links detector (of internal web browser)
- Last 2 minutes speed graph for each download
- Compute MD5, SHA1 of files smaller than 100 MB

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- Download file from your specified link/URL (general file download link)
- Download multiple links/URLs
- Automatically detect pasteboard for URL (configurable)
- Schedule your downloads (to use this, please make sure your computer will not go to sleep)
- Save downloaded files in your Downloads folder
- Ability to choose your downloads folder
- Automatically put file into subfolder base on file extensions
- Option to set the max concurrent downloads
- Set download priority for each download
- Limit download speed to certain value
- Ability to pause and resume the downloads
- Ability to delete downloads and its associated files
- Save upto 1000 downloads in the download list
- Separated download lists for In Progress & Completed
- Auto resume your incomplete downloads
- Auto retry on failure
- Auto rename when file name is duplicated
- Play sound when download completed (configurable)
- Move completed download to your custom location
- See if your download can be resumed or not
- Alert you on quit when download cannot be resumed
- Display downloads in a table with progress bar, speed, ETA
- View general information of the download like URL, location on disk
- Compute MD5, SHA1 of files smaller than 100 MB
- Speed history graph for each download in the past 2 minutes
- Total download speed displayed on bottom right of the window
- Support HTTP Authentication

Web Browser
- Browse and download file with an internal web browser
- Detect and start download automatically
- You can right click the link and choose download link
- Download links detector that list all downloads on page
- Save browsing history upto 100 recent items
- Ability to clear history
- Create bookmarks and delete individual bookmark
- Display webpage loading indicator on bottom left of the window

App Sandbox
- Safe and secure with App Sandbox on OS X Lion
- EasyGet only access Downloads folder and outgoing internet connection
- EasyGet temporarily access location that you specified with Move To command

What's New in Version 1.1.20

- a checkbox whether to start download immediately
- redownload context menu option


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Customer Reviews

Worked great, and quick!

I was sent over 100 URL’s to download footage from a client’s FTP. I did not want to do that manually, nor did I want to spend much money to get it figured out.

I purchased EasyGet, did a quick cut and paste, told it where to put the files and hit submit. Worked perfect.

Not sure why there was a complaint regarding 8 downloads - that means 8 SIMULTANEOUS downloads - that’s a pretty big option any way. I used 4 simultaneous downloads and all was good. 12 GB’s of data perfectly download.

If you need quick download help for multiple files, this little program does the trick.

Does what it says it will do. Easy to use and fast.

This little app does exactly what it says it will do. In a matter of a couple of minutes I had this thing setup to download 583 files for me. Completely unattended. Now, with 583 files it would have been nice to have a “Select All” checkbox. But it still beats downloading them manually.

Works For Me!

I have crummy Internet access: satellite. Download limits are 15 GB per month plus 15 more in the middle of the night, so I need a download manager that allows me to schedule downloads. This program is simple and straightforward, allowing me to do what I need to do. It's not fancy, but it was only $1.00. It doesn't deserve all these 1 and 2 stars.

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  • $1.99
  • Category: Utilities
  • Updated: Jul 16, 2013
  • Version: 1.1.20
  • Size: 0.2 MB
  • Language: English
  • Seller: Khomsan Phongphisansakun

Compatibility: OS X 10.7 or later, 64-bit processor

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