HTTP/FTP download accelerator using multiple connections and/or multiple sources. Written by Wilmer van der Gaast, ported to MorphOS by Nicholas Otley.
EnqueueTorrent is a small commandline tool which helps to integrate MLDonkey support in your favourite Amiga browser. Written by Christian "tokai" Rosentreter.
Multifinction tool for Google. The first function is YouTube video uploader. Requires an active Google account linked with YouTube. The second one is downloading saving and printing Google Maps images. Written by Carsten Siegner.
Automated generator of download lists for image galleries and other sets of files with ordinal numbers in their names. MUI interface. Written by Stefan Blixth.
A shell based multiple P2P networks client (eMule, ED2k, Overnet, Kademila, BitTorrent, DirectConnect++) with telnet and WWW interface. Ported by Christian "tokai" Rosentreter.
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Software package management system for MorphOS. Consists of package generator and client package manager. Both applications have MUI user interface. The protocol works over HTTP. Designed and programmed by Rupert "naTmeg" Hausberger.
A shell tool for rebuilding MorphUp packages. Useful in makefiles. Written by Rupert "naTmeg" Hausberger.
A set of shell based tools for FTP protocol, contains classic FTP client, spooler and simple get/put/ls tools for scripts. Written by Mike Gleason, ported by Mathias "DJBase" Münch.
Modernized network file system working over TCP protocol. Works on MorphOS and M68k Amigas. 64-bit packets support for MorphOS, also supports Magic Beacon notifications. Written by Philippe Rimauro.
Lightweight, standalone FTP server. Written by Mark Olsen, ported for MorphOS by Steven Vos.
A MUI based tool for downloading, merging and decoding binary files distributed via UseNet with help of NZB protocol. Written by Rupert "naTmeg" Hausberger.
Transfer is a multi-connection FTP client. It has an addressbook, supports passive mode, drag&drop from Ambient to local (directory change) and remote (upload) panel, recursive directory copying and more. Written by Paweł "Stefkos" Stefański.