Download manager For Mac OS

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I am using Mac OS on my PC. When I use internet for downloading I feel less comfort with my default browser downloading. Once I use windows OS,on that time I only used Internet Download Manager.

Is there any Download Managers available for Mac OS.

I am really bored with my default browser.

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Answered By 0 points N/A #135894

Download manager For Mac OS

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We can try Folx . Folx is a comprehensive downloader designed specifically for Macs.

It's for free and It has as user friendly interface which will allow you to manage your downloads.

This downloader can handle any file size and will download via HTTP, HTTPS and FTP.

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Download manager For Mac OS

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There are various download manager available for Mac. It's just hard to find for free versions and it always depends on how effective the software is. You can try iGetter. This is not just a download manager but an accelerator as well to improve the speed of your downloads. It also has the capability to resume your broken downloads, schedule downloads, and there is a auto shut down when your download is finished, and a lot more. Download and install it on your computer from the link below:

iGetter Download Manager for Mac PC

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Download manager For Mac OS

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Unfortunately, for OS X, it is a “dead end” for IDM or Internet Download Manager. Internet Download Manager is designed to run on Microsoft Windows only. It doesn’t have a port for Macintosh computers. If you need a download manager for Mac, go try Free Download Manager.

This is the download manager I’m using on my computer because it is completely free unlike with IDM that you need to purchase after the 30-day trial period. To get the Mac version, download Free Download Manager for Mac to get the file directly or go to Free Download Manager for other platforms to get the list of available downloads.

The latest version for Mac at the moment is Free Download Manager 5.1.38 and it requires OS X 10.9 Mavericks, 10.10 Yosemite, 10.11 El Capitan, 10.12 Sierra, 10.13 High Sierra, and 10.14 Mojave.

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