If you’re travelling to a place with no Internet, it’s going to be difficult to get your daily YouTube fix. That’s just one of the many reasons why you might want to download YouTube videos. Once you download videos you can watch them at leisure without having to worry about your Internet connection. We are going to tell you how to download YouTube videos but there’s a disclaimer here.
This tutorial is meant to help people enjoy videos when they’re offline and not for copyright infringement. Please do not download videos if you don’t have the creators’ permission to do so. If you’re sure that the creator won’t mind if you download and watch their videos, follow these steps.
Now the app will download the video of your choice in the resolution you chose. We tested this on Windows and macOS, and it worked flawlessly. It’s probably the easiest way to download videos in full resolution as most other alternatives don’t let you download videos in resolutions larger than 720p.
If you can’t download an app to download YouTube videos, you can also do it via a Web browser. Follow these steps.
Note that this method allows you to download 720p videos without issues. If you want a higher resolution, it will download the video without audio. This method doesn’t work on iOS or Android.
If you have an Android phone and you want to download a YouTube video, head to Save From Net instead, and switch to Desktop site (tap the three vertical dots in Chrome and select Desktop site). Now paste the URL of the YouTube video and proceed to download.
Which method do you use to download YouTube videos? Let us know via the comments.