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New Stable (2.0.8) and Beta (2.1.4) Releases of uGet for Desktop Platforms PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 26 May 2016 01:59 | Written by Michael Tunnell

Download uGet 2.0.8 or 2.1.4


We are excited to announce the immediate availability of the latest version of uGet, version 2.0.8. We've also started on a new development branch and there is a new update for that as well, beta version 2.1.4. We've also been working on the website quite extensively lately making improvements to the download section as well as the improving the Version Checking system. If you're curious what all we've done so far check out the rest of this blog post and the changelog attached.



Website Updates:

  • I've updated the Downloads section to make it easier for us to update the available packages. I haven't tested it but I'll track the speed of it on the next release to see how much time it saves me. :)
  • I've updated as many packages for as many distros as possible as well as built a parsing system that references the existing versions that are available in various repositories so you can easilly reference what version a distro will present to you by default.
  • I fixed the Version Checking system so it now no longer lags behind the releases and also compensates properly for those using Stable and Beta releases of uGet.
  • I've updated the Changelog to include all of the latest changes for various version releases that I had previously neglected to add to the changelog.
  • I updated a few portions of the Feature page to reflect the new features of the 2.0.x branch such as no longer needing aria2 for multi-connections.
  • I've updated the Debian/Ubuntu commands on the downloads section to suggest using "apt install uget" instead of "apt-get install uget". I also wrote an article about this apt command for in case you're interested in learning about that.

uGet 2.0.8: (2016-05-16)

  1. In speed limit mode, program adjust existing task speed when adding new task.
  2. Add new setting "Display large icon".
  3. Add configure argument "--enable-unix-socket" to use JSON-RPC over UNIX domain socket.
  4. use msys2 + mingw to build uGet for windows.
  5. curl plug-in: Don't use CURLAUTH_ANY, it causes authentication failed.
  6. Fix: User can't use command-line to assign config directory (ui-gtk-1to2).
  7. (2.1.3-2) Fix: Incorrect encoding on some characters (e.g. French characters)
  8. (2.1.3-2) Fix: Program stop download queuing in some case.
  • uGet for Windows upgrade GTK+ from 3.10.4 to 3.16.6

uGet 2.0.7: (2016-04-09)

  1. Fix: UI freeze if user activate download in sorted list.
  2. Add Keywords entry into desktop file (Elías Alejandro Año Mendoza)
  3. update translation files.

uGet 2.0.6: (2016-04-01)

  1. curl plug-in: fix a bug that downloaded file may be incomplete in some case.
  2. curl plug-in: improve downloaded segment handler.
  3. curl plug-in: set min split size to 10 MiB.
  4. curl plug-in: adjust speed when plug-in add/remove segments in speed limit mode.
  5. curl plug-in: avoid showing "99:99:99" in "elapsed" when downloading start.
  6. aria2 plug-in: fix a memory leak.
  7. Fix: Program stop running download when user set "Runnable" to it.
  8. Revert URI decoder to 2.0.4, this may fix incorrect encoding on some characters.
  9. if file "uget-portable-mode" exists, data files save in installed folder. (Windows)
  • This version fix bug that download speed is slow when progress near 100%
  • If you usually get error message "Incorrect source", I suggest you use this version.
  • In Windows, If "uget-portable-mode" and "uget.exe" place in the same folder, data files will save in uGet installed folder.


We are so excited for the future of uGet, are you? Let us know in the comments section below what you think of this new version.

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Last Updated on Friday, 27 May 2016 02:35