Over the years that Youtube has been available, many changes have been made to it. We received a lot of requests and questions regarding google, and this is one of the most important. Here we want to explain how you can download and save videos from Youtube onto your Galaxy S8 or S8+ Plus.
Before you read any further, it is important to note that Google does not allow users to download and keep its video content indefinitely. They do however offer a feature for playing videos on your smartphone when offline. These are intended for temporary use, not to keep.
The playback feature is usually an exclusive feature that is only allowed to Youtube Red subscribers. Here we explain how you can get around having to pay for this premium service.
It used to be possible use a whole host of applications to get this done. However as it is illegal, Google has been fierce in strippign these types of apps from the store.
Once more, to be clear, many of the instructions described below are illegal and breach Google piracy terms. They are relatively simple to follow any user and will allow you to keep videos and music stripped from Youtube on your devices.
To begin with we will start with the legal method, the Playback option. Many videos will have a certain playback icon in the shape of an arrow on them when seen on a smartphone. Touch the arrow and then select the options you would like. Once you have done this, the option to play the video back will be available in the “watch later” menu to the left. You won’t need an internet connection to play these
If you are looking to take music a video content from Youtube without joining “RED”, there are a wide range of applications that will help you do this. Many of the best are not available on the Play Store. These apps will allow you to take the music and content you want with nothing more that the link to the Youtube video and a few clicks.
Every Youtube video has a share button. Click this and then copy the link to the page by selecting “Copy URL”. Once you have the URL copied, open websites like YouTubeMP3.to or clipconverter.cc and paste the link where prompted.
Once you have done this it usually takes the site a few seconds to create an MP3 of the audio from the video in the link, along with a video for you to save. When you have the file you are done and can repeat as needed to access all the files you want.
You can complete this process on a Tablet, phone or computer. The Clipconverter even offers a range of options so that your preference can be met in terms of file type.