DistillVideo supports to run in any browser accross any platform, regardless of whether you are using Windows, Mac or Linux, Android, iPhone. Provide audios/videos in full file formats including MP4, AVI, MP3, WEBM, FLV, 3GP, M4A, etc. It also supports HD videos of 1080P, 2K, 4K and 8K. It can convert any online video to MP3 for free (free MP3 converter). Subtitles can be extracted and downloaded as well. No need to install any annoying softwares or apps that may infect your computer or android phone. It is the best and free downlowder to download any video from any site using url online.
Totally free, 5KPlayer from DearMob is a media-playing utility that is a lot more than a downloader—but it's got a heck of a downloader integrated. Promising no viruses, ads, or plug-in requirements is a good start. It is, sadly, one of the few I tested that asks for a registration of your name and email—you have to do that to get the full download function across 300+ sites. You may still use it if you don't register; I didn't and was able to download 4K vids from YouTube.

DistillVideo supports to run in any browser accross any platform, regardless of whether you are using Windows, Mac or Linux, Android, iPhone. Provide audios/videos in full file formats including MP4, AVI, MP3, WEBM, FLV, 3GP, M4A, etc. It also supports HD videos of 1080P, 2K, 4K and 8K. It can convert any online video to MP3 for free (free MP3 converter). Subtitles can be extracted and downloaded as well. No need to install any annoying softwares or apps that may infect your computer or android phone. It is the best and free downlowder to download any video from any site using url online.
NOTE: Beware of the ad traps on some helper sites—ads that look like they should be the download button to get your desired content, but they are not. Also, depending on the ad network employed by the site, your own virus detection software may throw up some warnings. The more the developers of sites rely on ads they don't control, or resort to trying to get you to place something on your system as "payment," the worse off we all are.
This is a Chrome extension that actually works from the Web Store—because it doesn't let you download YouTube videos. It time marks snippets you can share (only from YouTube). First create an account and log in. The extensions icon turns green on a YouTube page—click it to create the times you want, and they are then saved and easily shared; the viewer goes back to YouTube and sees what you specify. It's not really close to saving a video for your offline use, but could be useful in certain circumstances.
The last thing that I'll add is that the build quality of the software is excellent... any if you that have purchased Abbas' products in the past then you know that the quality of his software, and his customer support, are exceptional. I can’t imagine uploading all my videos all over again since I have over 500 videos in one of my accounts. I really needed this software!!
There are workarounds. One is using a free iOS file manager app like Documents by Readdle. Use the Safari browser to visit a YouTube video, and use the Share option to find Copy Link. Then go back to Documents, and use the built-in browser in the app to surf to a video download helper site like SaveFrom.net. Paste the link into the form (hold your finger down on it until you get "Paste" menu to pop up). The site will give you the links to download, and you can save the file to Documents. Hold down and drag the file up, until you're back on the main screen, then drag it to the Photos folder. You'll need to give Documents permission to access Photos the first time. You can then access the video like you would any video taken on the phone or tablet—in the Photos app.
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