You shouldn’t be surprised by the fact that TubeMate turned into a global phenomenon, earning more than 750 million downloads until now. In the process, this app managed to get more popular than YouTube Go, if we listen to what the statistics have to say.
Exceeding YouTube Go
The sensational TubeMate managed to surpass YouTube Go, and it continues to gain popularity by the minute, which is really an exciting thing.
YouTube Go was announced during an event that took place in Delhi and was sponsored by Google, being designed to conquer the Indian market.
YouTube Go comes with some things essential to learn if you want to figure out why TubeMate beat it. First, it is designed to be a daily companion even if you have a slow connection or limited data. You can download videos straight to your phone’s memory or SD card.
You can share videos in a second, being quite fast and easy to operate since it comes with a small size and works even on slow Internet speeds. You can get it from the Google Play Store.
This is an Android video downloader that allows you to get videos from YouTube. It will enable you to browse around and download exactly what you want, even from the official YouTube app.
TubeMate uses multiple connections, keeping the one that provides you the best downloading speed. If the download process is interrupted somehow, TubeMate is capable of resuming the operation later on.
You can use an array of video resolutions, making you able to download videos which range from 240p to 1080p. Even Vimeo and Dailymotion won’t be able to keep videos from you.
TubeMate features a special menu section in which you can see the download progress, or keep track of what videos you have downloaded so far.
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