YouTube Premium users get experimental video downloads on desktop

YouTube Premium users get experimental video downloads on desktop

If you’re a YouTube Premium subscriber, you get access to approaching (and still experimental) features before the corporate releases them for everybody . one among the newest additions to the practical features list is support for video downloads on desktop, offering an equivalent offline playback opportunity that has been available on mobile for quite while.

Users are ready to download videos from YouTube for as long because the service has been available. Still, this process often involves but ideal third-party websites that, at times, blast you with advertisements or download malware rather than the video you chose. Premium offers a politician thanks to download videos, assuming you’re willing to pay.

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The Premium download feature is, it seems, heading to desktop browsers — it’s now listed as an experimental feature available to Premium subscribers through October 19, at which point it’ll be removed. However, assuming you’re a subscriber accessing YouTube from Chrome, Microsoft Edge, or Opera browser, you’ll see a download button and, therefore, the choice to download videos via the triple-dot menu.

As with other experimental features, there’s no guarantee the browser download option will be available to everyone once it leaves the experimental roster for Premium users. However, within the case of some past feature tests, it’s taken a short time for the new functionality to roll bent everyone.

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Though many of us now consume videos using our mobile devices, there are instances where it will be helpful to possess the feature on a desktop. Someone who is, for example, getting to work on a faculty project or get some tasks done on their laptop get through from WiFi may find it helpful to download the videos they’ll need before leaving.