How to Download YouTube Videos on Android

This guide will show you how to download YouTube videos on Android phones and tablets. The best part is that it works for any video that you can play on the site. All you need to do is save a copy of it to your device and you can watch it anywhere, even without an internet connection.

How to Download YouTube Videos on Android

There are two ways to download YouTube videos on Android. The first way is to subscribe to YouTube Premium, which is the default method on Android phones. But what if you don’t have a premium account yet still want to download a YouTube video for offline viewing, or share it with friends? That’s where using a third-party app comes in handy.

All of the apps we’ve picked out below will allow you to download videos from YouTube, and once you’ve got them downloaded, you can save them to watch offline later, which is particularly useful if you’re heading out of town and want to catch up on your favorite channels while you travel.

NewPipe

NewPipe is an alternative frontend for the YouTube website that’s been around for a while but has recently gained popularity thanks to its new ability to download video and audio from the site. The only catch is downloading YouTube videos isn’t exactly legal, so you may want to keep this trick in your back pocket as an emergency option.

Telegram

Did you know that there are bots in Telegram that can be used as a YouTube video downloader? Yes, you read it right. You can use Telegram as a YouTube video downloader for Android.

Telegram is a cloud-based cross-platform instant messaging service with a focus on security and speed. You can use it to send messages, photos, videos and files of any type (doc, zip, mp3 etc) to people who are in your phone contacts (and have Telegram).

Telegram app has a feature called ‘Bot’ which is used for various purposes.

One of its bot is @utubebot which can be used to download videos from YouTube, Vimeo and other websites. Let’s see how we can use this bot to download videos from Youtube on Android phone.

  • Step 1: Open the Telegram app and search for a @utubebot
  • Step 2: Select the bot and tap on Start
  • Step 3: Send the YouTube video link in the chat
  • Step 4: Select the video format
  • Step 5: Download the video

Overall, there are a few ways to download YouTube videos on Android. While most of them don’t directly require rooting or computers, they should be done with caution. After all, your smartphone is still an expensive and sensitive device—not to mention all of your private information is stored within it. And that’s why we recommend using apps approved by Google Play that don’t root your phone when you install them. These apps may not be as “hands off” as USB Mass Storage mode or your computer, but in the end, they’re a little bit safer and more convenient if you plan to use them frequently.

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