Downloading videos from YouTube and other Internet site isn't only for those fortunate owners of an Android device, whether rooted or not, that can get hold of dozens of APKs de store local copies of videos on their mobile devices in a jiffy.
If you've got an iPhone, things aren't so easy because Apple is rather strict when it comes to keeping their operating system closed tightly, and finding an application to download videos or anything else to our phone without doing a jailbreak is almost impossible.
Detect downloadable contents whilst you browse.
However, we can find a few examples of the likes of Video Downloader Super Lite that can be used on both Apple's smartphones and tablets. It's a free app with a simple interface that integrates perfectly into the device's browser so that you can download videos on the fly while you browse.
At a first glance, it may seem like a simple application with a series of functions that make life slightly easier:
- Compatible with MP4, MOV, M4V, 3GP, and MPEG formats.
- Create playlists of videos.
- Manage your downloads: search for them, change their name, delete them, save them...
Well, the app is great stuff... but unfortunately, you're going to have to search for an alternative because the guys of Cupertino have dropped it from the App Store...