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iFunia Youtube Downloader can help you download online videos so that you can still watch them when an Internet connection is not available. The tool has a nice interface, which no one can have trouble to use. Moreover, there is a straightforward user guide that teaches every necessary step.
Despite its name, the downloader is said to support more than 1000 video sharing sites, including the most popular ones, such as YouTube (of course!), Metacafe and Dailymotion. Moreover, it allows downloading HD videos if they are available. It also has the advantage of automatically removing ads.
It is great that the tool permits downloading batches of clips. In this respect, in addition to individual URLs, you can also copy and paste a list of video links. Likewise, if the URL refers to a playlist, the program offers to download all the songs in the list. In all cases, the downloader strips all sources available from the URL provided and it even picks the best quality without your intervention. Yet, this does not mean that you cannot choose any other quality if you desire. What is more, it is possible to get just the audio track of any movie.
Once a file has been downloaded, it can be previewed without needing an external program. However, the program does not come with any other post-download processing, such as extracting just a segment, which is possible with other tools of the same kind. Another evident drawback is the absence of an inbuilt search function.
All in all, iFunia YouTube Downloader may be a great help if you are a frequent video watcher. The product is available with two licenses: Free and Pro. The Pro version is the right choice if you need to convert the downloaded clips to other formats. However, you should know that, if you download videos just occasionally, there are some online tools that allow that at no cost.
- Supports a long list of sites
- Strips all video qualities
- Downloads just audio
- Supports previewing
- Batch downloads
- No video editing features
- No inbuilt search function