TubeMate and VidMate are among the most popular picks when it comes to video downloaders. Both services have with amazing features, but if you don’t know which one is more suitable for you, check out the rest of the article where we share the two apps’ features.
A few on the common traits of both apps include: the apps can be downloaded on Android devices free of charge. Moreover, they have user-friendly interfaces, and allow you to pause and resume your downloads, also lets you download from various websites.
– You can convert videos to MP3 and get the audio of the download
– The app uses multiple connections, so the video gets downloaded fast
– You have the option to choose between several video resolutions
– It allows you to track and see the progress of the videos while downloading
– Even though it enables you to download YouTube videos, not all are available
– You can download HD videos, but for this, you will need an MP3 media converter
TubeMate can sometimes crash and become useless until you restart it. It also doesn’t support 2G connectivity.
– It offers fast download and High Definition Videos
– You can download high-quality music
– It provides users with over 200 TV channels
– You can choose the services you want to use manually
– It allows you to download multiple files at the same time
– Comes with a Night Mode feature
Both VidMate and TubeMate are a great tool to download videos and music.
However, VidMate appears to have some more features than TubeMate, and since both apps are free, it is great to have a few additional options.
Also, the fact that TubeMate crashes and has connectivity problems means that you might lose your in-the-process downloads, and will have to begin the download again after restarting the app.
However, because both services are free of charge and can be downloaded on to your Android smartphone, you might give each a try and find out which one is the best for you.
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.