Apps To Download YouTube Videos
YouTube has long been a barrier to download videos into our mobile’s memory. There are no apps that allow us to do it on Google Play and the platform offers us a monthly subscription so we can download the content in the cache and view it offline. Fortunately, there are alternatives beyond this application store, and some of them work very well.
There are few tools to download YouTube videos but the few that exist cover all our needs. My personal favorite among them is Peggo. Even though it’s not listed on the play store, Peggo apk can be downloaded easily. Three apps that stay out of Google Play, are not malicious but they are a free alternative to the payment model offered by YouTube (it deserves to pay because it also includes Google Play Music) so it is normal for YouTube to pursue them not to do them So accessible. After testing them, these are our conclusions.
Videoder is the latest addition to the small cast of applications that let you download YouTube videos. Its creator is committed to design and simplicity. It is a very oriented tool to download the content and then consumed it in other players.
Just open it will appear two tabs: one to search for videos and another with all the content that we have already downloaded. The search engine works like the one on the web, but not being embedded on the internet does not always give the same results compared to YouTube.
The application allows you to download the videos in different qualities or just the audio track. The user experience is very intuitive and does not include advertising in any menu. It is not the most complete yet offers enough download options. Keep in mind, I insist, that this is an app to go storing content and then play it in other applications. Videoder itself is not an excellent manager because it only shows everything in a track record.
Snaptube has been around for some time now, and experience is their main bet. It is a complete application since it allows to download video, audio and even manage the files that we downloaded so that we do not have to go to another application to reproduce it.
Its use is very simple. The first thing that will appear when we open it will be a menu with the different video platforms with which it is compatible. In the case of YouTube click on it and we will get a web browser embedded in the mobile version of the site. In my opinion, this is a success because the results are the same as those that come out in the official app or the desktop web.
When we enter a video, we have the option as in the other applications to download music and video. If we have a mobile with QHD screen, we can download the video in 2K resolution if this version is available. When accessing downloaded content is very intuitive and having support for more video platforms is an incentive. In my opinion the most complete of the three.
A little trick: from the embedded browser of the application we can open any web and the application will be in charge of tracking all the video content there is and will show us in the list to download it.
Tubemate is one of the few applications to allow the download of videos on YouTube. It became a referent, but its creators were abandoning development and over time has become an application that has visually aged very poorly. It does everything well, but with little charm.
Like the other options we have seen, we can download videos or music as we like. Also, we can configure playlists to see everything from there directly without the need for external applications. It works fine, but the interface is so ugly that it throws back.
If you are going to download it, be careful because many versions of Tubemate are distributed on the network. The “good ones” are those that you will find cataloged in the link that you have under these lines. If you want to try a beautiful (and reliable) version of the app, someone decided to touch it and introduce Material Design. You can download it here.