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About uGet

uGet Core Team

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C.H. Huang
uGet Project Founder

Contributions: Core Developer of uGet (All Versions: Linux, Windows and Android app), Author of the Chinese Simplified & Traditional Translations, Co-Author of English Translation.

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Michael Tunnell
uGet Project Manager

Contributions: Upstream Liaison, Designer (App, Website & Logo), Translation Management, Support Management, Social Media Management, Marketing, Co-Author of English Translation, Part-Author of Chrome Extension.

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Contributors

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Roque Pinel

Contribution: Core Developer of the uGet Google Chrome Extension. The uGet extension was based on the SimpleGet extension which was also by Roque.

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What is uGet?

  • uGet is a lightweight and full-featured Download Manager for Linux and Windows. uGet allows you to download in multiple parallel streams for download acceleration, put files in a Download Queue, Pause & Resume downloads, Advanced Category Management, Browser Integration, Clipboard Monitoring, Batch Downloads, localized into 23 Languages, and many more features.

    Our Downloads page includes over 25 packages for various Linux distributions including but not limited to: Ubuntu, Debian, Fedora, openSUSE, Arch Linux, Gentoo, Slackware, Linux Mint, elementary OS, Mageia; and a portable app for Windows.

A Brief History of uGet

  • The uGet Project started back in January 2003 as UrlGet and throughout the years has had a few name variations until we settled on "uGet" in 2008.

    uGet was originally a GTK+2 based application that worked on various GTK+2 based distributions but in 2011 was upgraded to GTK+3 in anticipation of the technology advancement in the Linux Desktop. uGet still works on distributions that use GTK+2 but users will need to also add the GTK+3 packages to their system.

 

Translators

Belarusian

Mihas' Varantsou

Bengali (Bangladesh)

"lordamit"

Bulgarian

Atanas Kovachki

Chinese (Simplified)

C.H. Huang

Jason L.H.

Chinese (Traditional)

C.H. Huang

Croatian

"gogo"

Danish

Filip Kemuel

Hungarian

Richárd Kurják

Italian

"bovirus"

Oriya (India)

"Anand7sm"

Polish

Piotr Ozarowski

Miś Uszatek

Artur Frącek

Portuguese (Brazil)

Rafael Ferreira

Russian

Pavlo Bohmat

"neur0n"

Paul Zercy

Dmitry S.

Slovak (Slovakia)

"pyler"

Spanish

Vico Koby

Swedish

Patrik Nilsson

Turkish

Yiğit Ateş

Emin Tufan

Ukrainian

Serhij Dubyk

Maks Lyashuk

Vietnamese

Anh Phan