The Internet is an unlimited resource. Here we can find all the information we need and more: entertainment, music, videos, useful traveling tips and so on. This means that everybody enjoys the benefits of Internet, but things get stressful when no Internet connection is available.
When this happens, people cannot access online streaming platforms, like YouTube or Vimeo, so they don’t have the possibility of viewing their favourite videos. Luckily, innovative developers have created tools that help music fans enjoy awesome playlists anytime, anywhere.
VidMate is that type of versatile software that facilitates the download of materials from YouTube and other streaming platforms. Thanks to it, you can watch your favourite videos over and over again even if you don’t have Internet connection. Besides, it comes with other cool advantages.
- You can use the app for educational purpose. You can download documentaries, educational footages, lesson plans and other material that you can watch when you are preparing for institutional events;
- When it appeared, YouTube was a platform where people uploaded home-made footages. Nowadays, the variety of content streamed on this platform is very wide, so users have the possibility to scroll through millions of videos and download their favourites on smartphones;
- Next to YouTube, music fans can get content from SoundCloud as well. The sounds from this tool can be included in playlists for turning long bus rides or train journeys into relaxing moments;
- VidMate unleashes the Instagram users’ creativity. Through it, people can share short clips on this social network.
All of the above and more can turn every smartphone user into a master of Internet-free entertainment. Everything is possible thanks to VidMate. If you decided that you want to try it, download it on your handset. You can get the app through the Google Play store or by installing the associated APK. We should also mention that the software can be used for free.
Tim M. Hill helped bring Digital-Overload from a weekly newsletter to a full-fledged news site by creating a new website and branding. He continues to assist in keeping the site responsive and well organized for the readers. As a writer to Digital-Overload, Tim mainly covers mobile news and gadgets.