March 6, 2014 in Utility (E)
[prMac.com] Frankfurt, Germany - Developed by Eltima Software company, a red hot download manager Folx GO+ can be downloaded from the Mac App Store now on beneficial terms. You can get Folx GO+ with an impressive set of options for downloading and managing files with a 50% discount price $ 9.99 for a limited time period only.
By downloading Folx GO+ you get not only a great tool to accomplish different tasks, but also a modern and user friendly Mac interface. The software equipped with a helpful option that allows to split downloads up to 10 threads to increase the downloading speed greatly. The app has multiple ways of adding download tasks. Plus, Folx GO+ is powered by a manual speed control, can resume the interrupted downloads and automatically catches the downloads. Another smart feature to make the download smooth is downloads scheduler. You are free to set the most convenient time for you to start or stop the download process.
Due to accessible Quick Look integration Folx GO+ has a neat preview option and allows to sort your downloads by type, date and tags. As for tagging, Folx GO+ takes this option into account as well. You can assign one or several tags to each task for a better search. By the way, you can add tags during actual downloading or set them automatically. Last but not least is iTunes integration feature which automatically integrates the downloaded files (music or video) to iTunes playlist. The software is compatible with most modern web browsers such as Safari, Firefox, Opera, Chrome.
* OS X 10.8.3 or later
* 64-bit processor
* 20.8 MB
Pricing and Availability:
Folx GO+ 3.0 costs $19.99 and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Utilities category.
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