In this day and age, videos are the prime form of entertainment. From a quick laugh when you have some free time to extensive tutorials on how to code, you can find a variety of content.
There are some times when the internet is not available. You are in a rural area, the Internet is down or maybe you don’t feel like going offline. Below is a list with a variety of programs that will let you watch your favorite content offline.
Designed for the Android platform, Vidmate is a great choice for downloading content from Youtube and other sites. It also offers over 200 channels for instant streaming and it allows you to view and download a video at the same time.
A pretty new contender with a variety of features such as multiple downloads at the same time. You can download a variety of files including pictures and music.
It boasts incredible download speeds and you can select the format and the quality of the video before you download it. It is also completely free and there are is no limit on the number of daily downloads.
An interesting feature is the fact that you can resume failed downloads. It also has built-in social media sharing features, such as sharing downloaded content via Facebook, email or SMS.
TubeMate is one of the greatest apps for downloading multimedia content It supports high-speed multiple downloads even when the app is the background. It is also available on multiple platforms. An integrated media player allows you instantly play your files and you can select the format and resolution of the videos you want to download according to your needs.
So here you have it, a list of the best downloading apps available. You can find them on their official site, a Google search away. Enjoy!
Nicole Hicks a graduate of UFT. She’s based in Toronto but travels much of the year. Nicole has written for NPR, Motherboard, MSN Money, and the Huffington Post. Nicole is a financial reporter, focusing on technology, national security, and policing.