VidMate is one of the most popular streaming apps but you may not always find what you want. In order to sate your thirst for video content you may want to use one of the apps presented below.
Important: While these apps allow you to download content for free in many cases you are still downloading what is deemed to be copyrighted content. In order to avoid any potential problems with your ISP we strongly advise you to use a reliable VPN solution. A VPN will encrypt your traffic and keep all the data secure while also boosting the security of your system/device.
TubeMate 3 is a new and improved version of the popular TubeMate app. The app features a clean interface, intuitive menus and a selection of useful features. Users can use the built-in browser to search or their favorite content and download it in a few taps. They can choose between several resolutions and formats that will allow them to save the files according to their wish.
SnapTube is a powerful app that helps users to download any video from the popular YouTube platform in a few easy steps. What sets SnapTube apart is a built-in search interface that allows users to filter the search results in order to quickly find the video or song they want to download.
Like the name suggests this app will allow you to download your favorite content from YouTube and save it in a variety of formats and resolutions according to your wishes. Users can download several files at the same time and any content can be downloaded with two taps.
Videoder is one of the few apps that allow users to download and play 4K content on their device. It supports several platform among which we can count YouTube, Dailymotion, Vimeo and others.
This one was made for those that are interested in Facebook videos. You can use either the website or the app in order to download interesting videos from the platform. It also has a built-in radio and several useful features.
Katie Tachuck is a reporter for News Lair. After graduating from UCLA, Katie got an internship at a local radio station and worked as a investigative journalist and producer. Katie has also worked as a columnist for the The Santa Fe New Mexican. Katie covers economy and community events for News Lair.