aria2 1.4.1 Ranking & Summary
aria2 1.4.1 description
aria2 is a utility for downloading files. The supported protocols are http(s)/ftp/BitTorrent/Metalink.
aria2 has powerful segmented downloading ability, downloading a file from multiple sources and multiple protocols, utilizing your download bandwidth to the max.
aria2 even supports downloading a file from http/ftp and BitTorrent at the same time, while the data downloaded from http/ftp is uploaded to BitTorrent swarm.
aria2 also provides most reliable http/ftp downloading experience ever. Using Metalinks chunk checksums, aria2 automatically validates chunk of data while downloading like BitTorrent.
aria2 has segmented downloading engine in its core. It can download one file from multiple URLs or multiple connections from one URL.
This results in very high download speeds, much faster than ordinary browsers.
- Command-line interface
- Download files through HTTP/HTTPS/FTP/BitTorrent
- HTTP Proxy support
- FTP through HTTP Proxy
- HTTP BASIC authentication support
- HTTP Proxy authentication support
- Segmented downloading
- Download speed throttling
- Upload speed throttling in BitTorrent
- Cookie support
- Load Cookies from file whose format is one used by Netscape and Mozilla.
- Run as a daemon process.
- Selective download in multi-file torrent/metalink
- BitTorrent Fast extension support
- Multi-tracker support
- Metalink version 3.0 support(HTTP/FTP/BitTorrent)
- Chunk checksum validation in Metalink
- Can disable segmented downloading in Metalink
- netrc support
- Configuration file support
- Download URIs found in a text file or stdin
- Parameterized URI support
- Documented missing seeder in getPeers xml-rpc method.
- Added uploadLength and numSeeders to the response of tellStatus xml-rpc method.
- Added missing #ifdef ENABLE_ASYNC_DNS guard.
- Added fork() emulation using CreateProcess() in MinGW.
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