Android comes with a lot of great apps, many that are under the must-have sign. One of those amazing apps is VidMate. With this one, you can download online videos in no time. But let’s dig deeper into the endless source of fun.
Why is this app so much fun?
Of course, mainly because you can download as many online videos as you’d like. All you have to do is to find that one website from which you can watch and download videos. Did we mention that you can watch the videos while you’re offline?
You can download free music
It’s true, VidMate was made to download videos, but that doesn’t mean is not good at other things, too. There are many people out there who don’t know that you can also download music from this app.
A thing that’s important to keep in mind is that the app comes with a pre-installed MP3 converter. So what you need to do is just download the video and then convert it to track – you won’t need another software to do it.
You can reduce the size of a video
You know all those trips where there’s nothing to do but watch videos on your smartphone? The problem is that the videos can occupy lots of storage so there’s won’t really be space for many videos.
With VidMate, this won’t be a problem. You can select the video quality (from 240p to 1080p full HD). We don’t have to say that a lower resolution means a smaller in size video, but if you want to have many videos on your phone, do not download them in full HD.
You can download free podcasts
We all know that podcasts are now a new way of having fun. You can use them to learn stuff from time to time, like computer programming. Or you can just listen to amazing stories.
The only thing with podcasts is that they last up to 3 hours, so this will take some storage space. Thankfully, we have the pre-installed MP3 converter – these are the moments in which we can enjoy VidMate with all of our hearts.
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.