YouTube is a platform where being able to make content that users likes can benefit the content creator a lot. The creator by increasing the number of views, likes, and subscribers on YouTube can not only earn but at the same time get fame and even being a content creator or freelancer in today’s world is considered to be a full-time job and you can work on flexible hours according to your own will.
YouTube is the app on which viewers are likely to be more and they are increasing due to the global lockdown imposed. It is the second most searched and opened app after Google and people all over the world like to watch YouTube videos on a daily and hourly basis.
The only problem is that videos are being watched when the internet on the viewers’ phone is connected, otherwise, the video won’t work. YouTube solved this problem by giving the options of “Download” and “Offline video gallery”.
Due to these options the viewers can not only download the video they like and are interested in but also they can have a gallery where these offline downloaded videos are displayed. The viewers can even select the quality in which they want their video to be so that they can manage it according to the storage space left in their smartphones.
Let us see how to transfer YouTube offline videos to gallery
- The very first thing you need to do is change the settings of your YouTube app so that you can easily download the videos.
- Firstly, open your YouTube on your smartphone by clicking the YouTube icon. If you do not have the app already downloaded, go to the play store or app store on your phone and download the YouTube app from there.
- After opening the app, click on the top right corner where your named icon is shown. This icon would take you to the setting options where these settings can be altered.
- These options would be shown after clicking the logo on the top right corner, what you need to do is click “settings”.
- After clicking the settings option, another tab would open with more settings where you have to click the “Downloads” option.
- After clicking downloads, a pop-up window would show that would enable you to set your download quality which can be set on high, medium, or low according to your choice.
- What I would prefer you to do is, set it on “ask each time” so that you are not bound to download every video in the same quality every time you download one.
- Now go to the home page of YouTube and open or search for the video you wanted to save in your offline gallery. Click on the “Download” option that appears with an arrow underneath the video.
- This click would start the downloading of your desired video that would appear in your offline download gallery or your download history within your app.
- You can watch these downloaded videos whenever and wherever you want without browsing, interruption, and even without an internet connection.
All the downloaded videos will be available offline for 30 days without an internet connection. If you want downloaded videos to be available every time, you would need to connect your phone to the internet once in 30 days.
To check whether the downloaded are watchable without internet, turn off your Wi-Fi or mobile data and go to the YouTube gallery and play any downloaded video. Hope it works and you enjoy watching YouTube without the internet.
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