Among the myriad of download managers out there, this Download Manager by Renkmobil Bisilim is very likely to be the most popular, not only for its multiple options to easily download and manage your downloads (indeed, it’s as easy as copy-pasting a link and let the app do the hard work), but also because it seamlessly integrated within your Android interface and runs along voice search and other usual features.
Downloader Media Player Features
+ Music audio playback of .aac, .mp3, and .m4a formats
+ Video playback of .m4v, .mp4, and .mov formats
+ Playlists has been added for both Music and Movie player
+ Ability to play all MP3 files in a folder like a playlist
+ Repeat and shuffle songs
+ Audio playback continues with the screen locked
+ Playlist support
+ Display album artwork embedded in .mp3
+ Background audio
+ Alternative Downloader options making downloading easier
Regarding the “download” part, the most welcome options are those to resume a held-up download and the parallel download manager to make the most of your device and bandwidth. If you like so, the app warns you when a download has finished through your notification bar. Of course, as downloading and sharing are two halves of the same piece nowadays, there are sharing options everywhere. In addition, you can browse your downloads and delete or arrange them, what doesn’t seem a deal now but can be useful for owners of Gingerbread or older devices. Likewise, background downloading allows to play smoothly online or do whatever you need just by slowing your current downloads.
The transfer option between your device and your computer via wifi is also a nice gift, so you can forget those annoying emails to yourself. This app also works as a media player, so you won’t need one to play the media files you download. A great app that leaves us wondering why all these options aren’t in-built in our default, manufacturer’s user interface.