VidMate, the popular app that everyone uses to download online videos for offline streaming has just been updated, reaching build number 4.1311.
Why is VidMate such a good app? Remember that time when you had no internet connection on your phone and really wanted to have some music or movies to pass the time? VidMate is great for when you need to grab some media files from different websites and play them whenever you want. Whenever you get an internet connection, you can download your favorite content on the phone at whatever quality you want, and it’s all free!
The online video downloader has just got an update today.
VidMate 4.1311 – New Update, Faster Downloads
Considering the app is quite filled with features, the developers at VidMate have only been working on improving and keeping the app stable, also focusing on increasing the download speed and better integrating it with other apps like WhatsApp.
You can only update VidMate manually, and you need to download the VidMate 4.1311 APK file. The app cannot be updated over the air (OTA) like other apps, so you must download the update and install it on your smartphone. VidMate is not in Google Play Store, as it goes against the copyright rules, but you can find it on the official VidMate website.
Before you install it, check the “Unknown Sources” option in your smartphone’s settings to be enabled.
VidMate 4.1311 version is only 12.22 MB – a little lighter than the previous one – 4.1302, which was 13.43 MB. The update comes with enhanced performances and tweaks that will make downloading a lot faster. The update also brings some bug fixes and boot time should be faster now, for a smooth experience.
You can also install the latest VidMate app version on a Windows device by using an Android emulator, like Bluestacks – just follow this short guide.
Maria Concepción is a reporter for Billionaire365. After graduating from Dalhousie University as an English major, Maria got an internship at CHEX and worked on profiling local businesses. Maria was also was a columnist for the Huff Post Canada. She mostly covers business and community events.