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aria2 is a utility for downloading files. It has a segmented downloading engine in its core. It can download one file from multiple URLs or multiple connections from one URL. This can be used to speed up downloads with certain networks. The engine in was implemented in a single-thread model.

Application versions: 
File aria2-1.33.1-10.9.1.jolla_.armv7hl.rpm351 KB18/02/2018 - 21:02
File libaria2-0-1.33.1-10.9.1.jolla_.armv7hl.rpm929.37 KB18/02/2018 - 21:02



Ezreal's picture

A graphical interface will be better

DameCENO's picture

Finally a download manager for Sailfish, have to try it out first but I think I will be back with some feature requests, thank you so much for this, hopefully one last android app to use


Quite nice app, but I think a GUI would just be amazing for novice terminal users like myself...

In anticipation of this implementation I remain greatful for your work

carmenfdezb's picture

Nice!! Thank you for sharing!! Could you build for i486?

NielDK's picture

yeah, well, merproject seems to have f.... up my i486 repository there, a nd I am unable to again enable it to build for that architecture ??

fooxl's picture

You can't add it anymore via "Add Repository" dialog. But you can add it manually in Advanced -> Meta of your (sub)project

carmenfdezb's picture

Ohhhh!! That's a shambles, I use some your apps in my tablet :/

I feel sorry that your i486 respository is empty, you did a hard work and now it's missing.

NielDK's picture

:) was eating, files are there now, and yes, its a terminal application.

objectifnul's picture

Yet an other empty app. A problem with openrepos?

inta's picture

Aria2 is a command line tool, so maybe you want to check it out in your terminal.

objectifnul's picture

I know it, I already had it on my old Jolla phone. By the way, the old version (1.18.10-1) has no update candidate (according to Warehouse).

NielDK's picture

Of course, since thats another repository ;) uninstall that version, and install mine ;)