YouTube is LOADED with content. Gone are the days when YouTube consisted only of pet tricks and prat falls. All that still exists, but in addition to the silliness, you can enjoy full programming, education wonders, all sorts of concerts and music, travel tours, trips down memory lane, how-to demonstrations for almost anything, and a host of other things.
Basically, YouTube is a rabbit hole!
Now you can (once again!) download your favorites to watch offline!
Many months ago, I directed your attention to an app that had the ability to download YouTube videos. However, the ability to do this very task was removed, and I posted a correction on that blog post.
It’s an on-again, off-again kind of situation. The opportunity is offered, but then it is taken away. I suppose this yo-yo-ing is a result of a multitude of legal issues, but the bottom line is, that for now, it appears that the ability to do this has been restored. The Download button on the app is back in the upper right hand corner, and after using it for several videos, I can say, as of this moment, I am back in happy-download-land.
Here is a link to the original post, which will give you all the information you need to download YouTube videos to watch offline: