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If you are looking for a powerful tool to manage and organize your downloads in a neat way Folx GO+ is just what you need.
**With Folx GO+ you get the following:**
* User friendly downloader with lots of cool options and modern Mac interface
Folx GO+ is powered by a great feature to split downloads up to 10 threads. In this way the downloading speed will be increased dramatically. Also, the app can resume interrupted downloads, comes with manual speed control and has multiple ways of adding download tasks.
* Downloads Scheduler
You are able to set a time that is most convenient to start/stop the downloads.
* Tagging system
For better search of downloaded data, assign one or more tags to each task. You can add tags during downloading progress or set them automatically.
* Nifty file managing system
Folx GO+ comes with a handy Quick Look integration, which delivers convenient preview option. In addition, Folx GO+ sorts your downloads by type, date and tags.
* Integration to iTunes
All the downloaded data, whether it's music or video, will be automatically integrated to iTunes playlist.
**Please note that torrents module with built-in torrents search is added in version 3.x which can be downloaded at mac.eltima.com/download-manager.html**
What's New in Version 3.3
Fixed: issue when Folx would not start the scheduled download when it's not running
Buyer Beware Software
Don't believe everything you read should be in bold with this developer and this product is no exception. I initially downloaded a free version of this program from their website and it worked well. While browsing this was mentioned as the "New & Improved" version So I went tot he app store and paid my fee only to discover this is the less featured, buggy, and apparently older version. Going through various uninstalls / reinstalls I occasionally get it sort of working, but never near the functionality that they claim. Now I have just uninstalled it again and find the built-in downloader works better.
The developer can't even identify this purchase when i provide the transaction #, date, order #, email address, etc. when I try to get assistance only saying that they can't identify the purchase via what appears to be an automated response! Wish I had paid attention to their website more and the complaints of no response from the developer for 3 to 4 months. After which a reply saying "thank you for your input." along with some other generic response. Unfortunately, it seems this is the norm, not the exception for this organization.
Works as described, should be native to Safari
Been using download accelerators for years, and Folx GO+ is a nice one. Integrates well with Safari and other browsers, and you can even drag a bunch of URLs right into the window to start downloading. I don’t particularly use the scheduler, but I can see where it comes in handy. Nicely customizable options to handle as many or as little simultaneous downloads as you need, and to throttle your bandwidth if you need to temporarily be nice to other people on the same network. My only wish is to be able to change the tan color scheme. Other than that, this app is a necessity to anyone who downloads, and that’s pretty much everybody.
There’s nothing intuitive about this software
I have yet to copy a URL that downloads a file. All it does is show the page. Any software that assumes complete mastery for the user doesn’t have the average downloader in mind. Plus, you can’t tell whether the scheduling protocol works or not - it hasn’t for me. This is my major concern, since my internet provider really hits me if I download at other than 4am. The only proviso is that all the other downloaders are about the same. I would be better off if Apple would put a scheduling function on Yosemite.
- Category: Utilities
- Updated: May 30, 2014
- Version: 3.3
- Size: 6.9 MB
- Languages: English, French, German, Japanese, Russian, Spanish
- Seller: Vitaliy Golubenko
- © Eltima Software
Compatibility: OS X 10.8.3 or later, 64-bit processor