The introduction of smartphone devices has changed the way in which we interact with the Internet. Smartphone owners are able to watch videos, stream music, play their favorite game do much more with a simple internet connection.
In some cases a reliable internet connection is not always available when you need it. Many Android owners use a video downloading app in order to enjoy their favorite content on the go.
VidMate is one of the most popular video downloading apps. The app offers a variety of useful features and the latest update adds an improved user interface that will improve the experience.
- The app allows users to download their favorite content from a variety of platforms, including YouTube, Twitter, Dailymotion and other platforms.
- A built-n search engine and video player deliver an all-in-one experience since you don’t need to switch between apps.
- The app is completely ad-free and all the features are available for everyone.
- Those that wish to download songs have to option to save the file as an MP3 in order to save data.
- A clean and intuitive user interface will deliver an impressive experience.
- The latest update removed a selection of bugs and improved the overall stability of the app.
How to install the app?
The app is not available on the Google Play Store. Luckily, you can the tutorial featured below in order to get the app up and running on your device in a few minutes.
Notice: Before you attempt to install the app you will have to enable the installation of apps from external sources by going to Settings/Security and looking for the Unknown sources menu. Enable the feature in order to continue.
- Download the app from a reliable source.
- Open your Downloads folder and look for the APK file.
- Tap on it and confirm the installation. Wait until the process is completed.
- Tap on the icon that appears on the home screen and enjoy!
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.