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Safari Download Manager for iPhone Released on Cydia Store

Safari Download Manager for iPhone Released on Cydia Store

Posted August 2, 2009 at 1:50pm by iClarified · 26575 views
Safari Download Manager 1.0.0 for iPhone has been released in the Cydia Store.

SDM is an extension that adds a powerful, highly-configurable download manager to the iPhone's built-in web browser. It is intended as a replacement for other plugins that insert download prompts into web displays, and offers finer-grained control over what is download and what is not, as well as control over running and completed downloads.

Multiple downloads can be running at one time, without interrupting your browsing experience.

You must be on the 3.0 iPhone firmware to use this extension. It can be purchased for $2.00 from the Cydia Store.


Safari Download Manager for iPhone Released on Cydia Store Safari Download Manager for iPhone Released on Cydia Store

Safari Download Manager for iPhone Released on Cydia Store Safari Download Manager for iPhone Released on Cydia Store

Safari Download Manager for iPhone Released on Cydia Store
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alex
alex - August 9, 2009 at 1:48am
Hi there, downloaded the last version just yesterday and my experience is pretty bad: this "manager' fails every downloads it starts. I tried with many PDFs from different sources and they all ended up as failed!!! Does this stuff work only via Wifi networks or even on 3G? any clues? anyway can I ask my money back at least?!
Joey
Joey - August 2, 2009 at 8:33pm
When you dl something do you have to ssh it off your phone?
Ryan
Ryan - August 3, 2009 at 2:17am
yes if you wan it on your computer! lol add this source to get it for free: clubifone.org/repo
brandycmc
brandycmc - August 3, 2009 at 3:27am
Thanks for asking that question. I wanted to know how to use these files once they're downloaded. It looks like you can also use this add on as a rudimentary file browser to launch the files you download. Can anyone else confirm this? And is there an option for placing a shortcut on the iPhone desktop, as it's own icon?
M_thoroughbred
M_thoroughbred - August 3, 2009 at 6:39pm
I tryied to add the source but didn't work. How did you get it to work?
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