Operating system: Windows
Release : TubeSaver 220.127.116.11
Antivirus check: passed
Last revision: Last week
TubeSaver is a great program that allows the user to snag their favorite videos from the internet. When we think of getting videos off the web, we immediately think of sites like YouTube, but what about other little known websites? That is where TubeSaver comes in. TubeSaver can download videos for a long list of websites that would otherwise be accessible to other programs. Sites like Facebook, MetaCafe, and Dailymotion are just a small number of platforms that TubeSaver can access. TubeSaver comes with a few cool features which include:
I've used at least a dozen programs like TubeSaver, and they all had one serious flaw, they could only grab videos from YouTube. Now for a long time, YouTube was the place you would go if you wanted to get your favorite video and download it to your device. However, many other sites are starting to gain popularity, but we were unable to get those videos until now. TubeSaver is the only program that I know of that can access several different platforms to download video content. I even put TubeSaver to the test by trying to grab videos from Instagram, and surprisingly I was able to.
Download videos from multiple platforms with no resrictions.
Overall I am very impressed with the program and its capabilities. TubeSaver is as simple as any other downloading program, simply put the URL of the video in the program and let TubeSaver do its job. Depending on how long the video is, the downloads are fairly short. Even full-length movies don't seem to take as long as I would expect. Even if you can't finish a download, TubeSaver has a built-in resume option that lets you pick up from where you left off. This little feature is awesome because if something unexpected comes up, I don't need to start all over again. I think anyone would be able to appreciate that. In addition to that, you can choose the quality and format that you want to download the video. So that means if you're downloading a high-quality video, you can expect to see that exact same quality when you download it to your device. TubeSaver supports all major video formats like MP4 and WEBM, so you don't need to worry about having the correct format for mobile devices. I'd recommend this to anyone that likes to take their videos with them.