We Recommend: Combine 3G/4G Network Speeds + Wi-Fi for Increased Download Speeds

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  • 09 Aug 2012
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  • At the moment we are forced to choose between 3G or 4G network speeds or Wi-Fi when browsing and downloading files. Though network speeds are increasing, sometimes we just wish we could get things done faster, and complete more tasks in a short amount of time. For this, there is an new app available that might just get you what you need.


    Super Download is a standalone download client that combines 3G/4G mobile data with Wi-Fi to boost download speeds. The app is currently in development, with the Beta version available on the Play Store. Some of the app’s features require a rooted device and using both connections is not supported on all devices/ROM combinations.

    Super Download is very easy to use and configure. Simply provide the download link and it will take care of the rest. The lack of features may seem disappointing but you must remember it’s still in it’s early stages. The developer promises to bring other options, like multiple files, resume and pause buttons and visual tweaks, with future updates. There are a few things to consider before trying out the app, as the developer explained:

    • Since this program uses mobile data connection, by using it you may incur in additional charges from your network operator.
    • To unleash its full potential, this program needs good (and balanced) wifi and mobile reception/bandwidth.
    • Using both connections is not supported on all devices / rom combinations.
    • Some web servers may provide insufficient functionalities on the requested files.

    The app is available in both a Lite, free version, with a filesize limit of 50 megabytes, and a payed, full version.

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