Discussion in 'Android Tablet Video' started by melissastanley22, Jul 11, 2011.
is it possible to download Videos from youtube to the "Samsung Galaxy Tab" ?
try tubemate from android market..you will have the option to download or watch a video...
did you find tubemate on the market? I couldnt
couldnt find it either..
You couldnt because its not compatible with honeycomb yet. So does facebook.
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ohh.. then which application we should use?
any suggestion please..............
maybe you can use free youtube downloader to download youtube on your pc first, then you transfer the downloaded youtube videos to your galaxy tab.
try using FREEdi youtube downloader. you can find it on slide me
works fine on my little tablet
I am just download YouTube videos in this way, it's much more easier and stable than download then on mobile tablet. Provding that you find a good tool to help download them at high quality. I presonally use YouTube Video Recorder, it is not only for YouTube but also for many other websites with embedded videos.
Just like Foxreal YouTube FLV Downloader. It's free.
Well, I use the free aneesoft youtube downloader, copy urls to it, and then YouTube videos will be downloaded easily with great speed, you can google it.
This video downloader is I am using now, you may download videos from youtube or any other streaming videos sites. If you can find video sources, you can download. Download directly or record screen video, your choice...
thanks for sharing, it seem good, gonna try it
Hello all, I have a bunch of downloaded youtube videos which I put on my ipad 1, now I have a new Samsung Galaxy 4g LTE from Verizon. I have downloaded a few already to it, but when I look for the videos, I only see the name of the video not a video clip/picture with it like on the ipad or my pc. Am I doing something wrong or should I use a program specific to the Galaxy/Android?
Tubemate is available but not on the Market. Just do a google search and it works great on my Acer 500.
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