May 7, 2008 in Networks and FTP (E)
[prMac.com] Innsbruck, Austria - Many Tricks has released Leech, a new download manager that gives users complete control over their downloads. With Leech, users can queue, pause and resume downloads, download from password-protected servers and store their passwords in their system-wide, secure keychain. And like every other Many Tricks application, Leech is comfortable, easy to use, and fast. Open Leech, drag your URLs and start downloading from the web without racking your brain over downloads that were disrupted by a crashing browser.
* Pause & resume downloads
* Limit the number of concurrent downloads
* Mark URLs for download without actually starting the download yet
* Shut down computer when all downloads are done
* Keychain support
* Drag & drop support
* Mac OS X Version 10.5 Leopard or later
* Universal Binary for PowerPC and Intel
* 2.2 MB Hard Drive space
* Internet connection
Pricing and Availability:
Leech can be downloaded from the Many Tricks website. The shareware fee is 9.95 Euro.
Many Tricks takes pride in creating critically acclaimed software for Mac OS X, such as Butler, the all-purposes productivity tool that won 5 mice from Macworld's Mac Gems; Witch, the Expose alternative for those who would rather switch windows via keyboard; Service Scrubber, the services menu editor Apple forgot to ship with Mac OS X; and Name Mangler, the batch file renaming utility that makes renaming hundreds of files based on complex criteria an easy task.