The iTube HD Video Downloader lets you download videos from almost anywhere on the internet
Download almost anything with just a few clicks.
Videos are some of the most common media that users interact with and upload when it comes to the internet. To fully understand the magnitude of what videos represent, you can check out the website Every Second, which shows what happens on YouTube every second – the numbers are staggering.
With such a huge amount of content available to them at any given moment, users sure need some tool to help them browse through all that content, as well as a way to download certain portions of it. With the iTube HD Video Downloader, this is very possible and can be accomplished easily.
Think about anything you might want from a video downloader, and this software has it. It allows users to download high-quality media from over 10,000 websites, obviously including the most popular ones such as YouTube, Dailymotion, Facebook and more. Download quality goes from 4K UHD, to 360P and lower, according to the preferences of each user.
More about iTube’s software
It is also possible to directly download the audio tracks from the videos or, in the case of YouTube, do a direct conversion of the audio to MP3. Also for YouTube, iTube HD Video Download features the possibility to download an entire playlist – all this with its unmatched speed of 3 times faster HD downloads for YouTube and other sites.
Developed for personal use only, this software has another interesting feature which is the conversion of videos to specific user-defined formats as soon as they are downloaded, which is a real time-saver.
Converting to Apple and Android devices, gaming consoles and iTunes Library is also a breeze, with the possibility to directly transfer the downloaded files to iOS and Android smartphones, as well as iPod.
iTube HD Video Download’s built-in media player and media library make this software an all-in-one solution for all video-related needs that a user might have, without the need for additional software or tools.
This software is available to be tested in a free trial, and also for purchase with prices starting at $24.95 for an annual license.
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