YouTube is testing an official approach to download videos on your desktop web browser (by means of Android Police). Assuming you need to check whether you’re qualified for the test, which goes through October 19th, look at YouTube’s trial features page, which records tests accessible for Premium supporters. You had the option to pick in to the test, however a partner of mine wasn’t, which appears to show that not every person can attempt the element presently.
In case you’re selected in and on an supported browser (“the latest versions of Chrome, Edge, or Opera,” according to Google), when you’re watching a video, you should see an alternative to download the video under the player. At the point when you click it, YouTube will download the video, which you would then be able to watch from the Downloads segment that is open from the cheeseburger menu on the left half of the screen. You can’t figure out how to download recordings and watch them outside of their browser — this is by all accounts to a greater extent an approach to watch YouTube videos offline.
Be cautioned that the feature may be somewhat buggy. Soon after you originally selected in, recordings didn’t download; their advancement would hang at zero percent. In any case, when you attempted again a couple of moments later, the element filled in true to form.
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