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How You Can Download Videos on your iPhone or iPad Without Jailbreak

Music is like a therapy and nothing relaxes us more than listening to our favorite music after a long day at work. Many people from all around the world like to watch the video while listening to a song and this is easy when you have an Internet connection. The hard part comes when you are away from Wi-Fi or data connectivity and you have a lot of time to spend waiting. You can prepare for these situations by downloading videos on your phone so that you can have it with you all the time.

If you are the proud owner of an iPhone or iPad you know that it’s not easy to find an app that allows you to perform this operation without jailbreak. Recently, we have found a way for having new videos on the iPhone anytime. The app we’re talking about it’s free and works on both devices, but the process for installing is not as fast as for other apps. Read this article further and find out more about it.

What’s the app’s name and how can I get it?  

In order to have it, the first thing you need to do is to get the file management app for iOS  Readdle Document 6. Before you start, keep in mind that the Readdle has over 100MB. After you have opened it, go to the Safari symbol from the upper left and access the browser within the app. Next you’ll have to type into the address bar and press Go.

After you reach the Home Page, close Documents 6 and from Safari go to YouTube, find the video you want to download and copy the URL. Once it’s copied, return to Documents 6, paste the URL into the box and press Download. When the browser shows the options, choose the one you like, but remember that higher resolutions take up more space. After you have chosen the quality, rename the video and save it Documents6. After that, click Save and the video will be downloaded on your iPhone or iPad.

In the end, you will have to move the video from Documents 6 to the iOS 10 Photo Reel. Go to the Downloads folder from Documents 6, find the video, select Move option, then Select Document and All photos. From here you can use the video as you want.

By Henry R. Lares

Henry Lares is still early into his career as tech reporter but has already had his work published in many major publications including Tech Crunch and the Huffington Post.  In regards to academics, Henry earned an engineering degree from Apex Technical School. Henry has a passion for emerging technology and covers upcoming products and breakthroughs in science and tech.

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