an open source download manager for Linux written in C++ and built on top of the Qt 4 library (Git version uses Qt 5). It is rich in features and is continuously extended.
Features (of the Git* version):
- Segmented* HTTP(S)/FTP downloads
- FTP uploads
- Support for SOCKS5 and HTTP proxies
- RSS feed support + special functions for TV shows and podcasts
- BitTorrent support (including torrent creating, DHT, UPnP, encryption etc.)
- Torrent search on major torrent sites incl. The Pirate Bay, EZTV, BitTorrentMonster...
- MD4/MD5/SHA1 hash computing
- Remote control via Jabber (!)
- Remote control via an AJAX* web interface
- Subtitle search
- RAR/ZIP file unpacker
- Clipboard monitor
And even more! Interested in what is coming next? See the TODO.
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Aug 03, 2015: Qt 5 port complete.
May 26, 2015: Git version of FatRat supports rb_libtorrent >= 1.0.0. Qt5 porting is planned.
Nov 6, 2011: FatRat 1.2.0_beta1 with Java extension support released.
Dec 8, 2010: First working Java plugin created: Uloz.to download server – get ready for more soon!
Dec 2, 2010: An experimental extension for Google Chrome created
Oct 3, 2010: RS.com FREE downloads working again, use the Git version of FatRat
Sep 19, 2010: fatrat-opensubtitles plugin renamed to fatrat-subtitlesearch, Sublight.si support planned
Sep 13, 2010: Git branch 1.2 created, merged segmentation support
Sep 6, 2010: FatRat 1.1.3 released (bugfix release)
Nov, 2006: The project was established
...and other distributions.
What does it look like?
“A universal downloader that just works!”
“Way faster than Deluge!”