Vibosoft Video Downloader for Mac

Vibosoft Video Downloader for Mac 2.2

It helps you download media files from popular sharing websites.

This application helps you download media files from popular sharing websites like YouTube, Vimeo, Metacafe, Dailymotion, etc. This way, you will be able to watch your favorite video files even when you're not connected to the Internet or the bandwidth connection is not good enough for a proper playback.

The program's interface is straightforward and easy to use. To enable a downloading task, you just need to copy and paste the file's URL you intend to save. The program checks whether the link is valid and offers alternatives to save the file into different formats and with a resolution best suited to your needs. Furthermore, you have the possibility to rename the target file and select the folder path where to save it. You need to make these settings before starting the download, because once the process is enabled, you can't go back to make other changes - you can but pause and resume the task. What is great about this tool is that even if you closed the program, it still remembers a postponed activity and allows you to resume it the next time you open the application.

Another remarkable benefit resides in the ability to enable multiple downloads at once. You can control the number of multithreaded tasks, which is a good feature, as it prevents your system from blocking.

The program runs well, and if you learn to configure it in accordance with your computer system and bandwidth connection, you will never experience unwanted freezing moments. Still, it doesn't come with a download limiter and you can't schedule the downloads, features that might be included considering the price you need to pay.

Ioana Dumitrescu
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Review summary


  • Easy to use
  • Supports multithreaded downloads
  • Supports proxy
  • Can pause and resume the download
  • Remembers a postponed activity when the program reopens


  • No bandwidth limiter
  • Can't schedule the downloads
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