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iTubeDownloader YouTube has become a very popular video sharing platform but it still does not include a download option for when you want to have offline access to specific media files. iTubeDownloader is a small Mac app designed to remedy the situation.
You can use iTubeDownloader to browse the YouTube webpage and quickly preview videos: when you stumble upon content that you want to have available offline, simply press the “Download” button, and the app takes care of the rest.
Search. Watch. Download
From the beginning we wanted iTubeDownloader to be simple, yet incredibly powerful. So, our goal was to add even more features to iTubeDownloader but, make it simple to use – and that’s what we did with iTubeDownloader 6.
iTubeDownloader 6 now has a download queue. The download queue will enable you to add multiple videos, and have the program take care of executing them in order. Also, you can have the program execute downloads simultaneously giving you even more power!
New Browser Features
With iTubeDownloader 6 we added new features to make browsing YouTube easier. iTubeDownloader features multi-touch gestures so you can swipe to navigate the webpage, and with improved energy efficiency and performance, your notebook battery lasts longer between charges.
Downloading is as easy as 1, 2, 3
iTubeDownloader makes it simple to quickly download a YouTube video, channel, or an entire playlist to your Mac.
iTubeDownloader comes with powerful downloading capabilities. iTubeDownloader takes care of the little things so, all you have to focus on is choosing which video, channel, or playlist you would like to download.
Faster more efficient browsing
- Fixed a bug that caused some videos from being able to download at qualities higher than 1080p.
- Fixed a UI issue that prevent the Preferred Download Quality button (save panel) from appearing on macOS 10.10 & 10.11.
- Fixed a UI issue on macOS 10.13 where the Activation Info Window would not appear as intended.
- Fixed a UI glitch in the Preferences window on macOS 10.13.
OS X 10.9 or later, 64-bit processor