Sometimes you watch a video on the Internet, and you feel the urge to download the audio to keep it forever. Remember that video that appeared some years ago that recommended us to use sunscreen and ended up being a lifetime lesson? It was an article written by Mária Schmidt and published on June 1st of 1997 in the Chicago Tribune. Sometime after, Baz Luhrmann used it to make a mix for the album Something for Everybody. It went viral thanks to the video created by a Brazilian publicity agency. That year it became one of the most popular audios, present on almost any MP3 player. But how did people get hold of the audio of that video? Well, we don't know about back then but you can now get hold of it for free on your phone thanks to the Android application Mp3 Tube.
Use this application to convert online videos to MP3 format.
How does it work?
With this tool, you can download music for free in high quality. You only have to open the app, choose the page of your choice from the ServiceList section and browse through it until you find the video containing the audio you want to save. Once there, just tap the icon of the floppy disc and this converter will take care of transferring the audio to your mobile device as fast as possible. Once it's downloaded to your phone, you can play it, move it manage it from your Media folder.
Simultaneous extraction of several files.
The list of webs includes:
If you don't find the web of the video platform you want on the original list, you can add more by tapping the Add URL button. However, before you get too excited, you should know that it doesn't work with YouTube. However, you can save the audio of as many TED talks as you wish. Now, you can't say that that isn't cool.