Tubemate vs Vidmate vs Videoder : Which One Is Better For Downloading Videos

Video downloaders have become really popular lately, as most users prefer to download their favorite videos on their devices. Downloading videos comes with multiple advantages. First of all, you are able to watch your videos at any time, and no internet connection is required. Secondly, if you have saved the videos, you won’t end up consuming your data.

Vidmate vs Tubemate vs Videoder

Tubemate, Videoder and Vidmate are three popular video downloaders. The can be quite similar in many situations. For example, all three apps are available for multiple platforms and they can be found as APK files for Android. This means that you won’t be able to download them from the Google Play Store.

Main Features

Back in the day, TubeMate could be used only for YouTube videos. However, that has changed, and users can now download videos from multiple sites. You can also choose the format for the video that you want to download. It is possible to choose between 4K, MP4, MP4, AVI, FLV, 3GP, AAC.

Videoder is not that different. The app also comes with support for various platforms, and you can even download videos from social media websites. Videoder also allows you to select the quality for the video that you want to download. Vidmate also comes with all those features.

Videoder and TubeMate are available for Windows and Android, while VidMate is available for Android, Windows, and BlackBerry.

Other functions

If we were to analyze the details, we can see that there are some differences. For example, Videoder allows you to download playlists from Youtube, while on TubeMate you can sort the downloaded videos into playlists.

On VidMate you can also watch live TV channels, and there are around 200 channels available. Memes can also be viewed here and you even have the option of creating your own.

Laura Modin

Laura Modin has lived in Las Cruces her whole life. Laura has worked as a journalist for nearly a decade having contributed to several large publications including the Yahoo News and The The Santa Fe New Mexican. As a journalist for News Lair, Laura covers national and international developments.

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