Can you get an Android app to save YouTube videos to your phone, instead of just streaming them?
JanSt / MOD
Apr. 6, 2011 at 18:40
All Video Download app for Android lets you search and download web video. But a) you cannot specify which site to search, and b) the app doesn't have a player; so to play the saved files, either your phone needs to be able to handle .flv files, or you need a player like Rock Player that can handle .flv vids.
I'm sure there are other youtube downloader apps, but I feel my web connection dying on me. So, that is all I can come up with right now
(as to the bad ratings for the app - I never had problems with it. But occasionally it'll list clips in the search results that cannot be downloaded, because the hosting site requires a login/membership. It has nothing to do with the apps failing.)
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