Looking for how to download YouTube videos to gallery without any app in 2020? That’s exactly what I am going to show you in this guide.
The best part?
You can do it on your phone or PC easily (and it’s completely free)!
If you are on this page, then you must be quite aware of the “YouTube offline feature” that allows you to save videos offline for later view without using data again.
You probably have a number of offline YouTube videos on your phone that you have saved previously.
As interesting as this feature is,it is a “limited feature” because:
- You cannot watch the saved video with any third party app unless you are on YouTube
- You cannot share the video with others because it is not saved on your gallery
Now, I am going to share with you how to download YouTube videos to your gallery without any app or software in 2020.
Let’s dive right in!
How To Download YouTube Videos To Gallery Without Any App (2020)
According to Google YouTube support page, offline videos are “Stored encrypted on your device and can only be watched on YouTube app”.
So, what does this mean?
As long as you save the video using YouTube app, you cannot transfer it to your gallery or share it.
This is because it is illegal to have YouTube videos (copyrighted file) on your storage where it can be easily accessed with third-part apps and shared.
So, Here’s The Solution.
The only way to transfer downloaded YouTube videos to your gallery is to actually download the video using a third party website (online YouTube videos downloader).
That’s the method I use to save YouTube videos on my Phone/PC for free without any app.
Trust me, it is very easy to use and does not require any special skill.
In fact, that’s the only way you can use for now.
Now, I’ll quickly show you how to use it.
1. Copy The YouTube Video Link
Every YouTube video has a link attached to it. The first thing is to find this link.
- Right click on the video while playing
- Click on “Copy video URL“
ON MOBILE PHONE:
- Tap Share button below the video
- Click on “Copy Link“
PS: this method can also be used on PC
The link looks like “https://youtu.be/jpVPyyssys”
2. Paste The Link In The Online Downloader And Download
Now, head over to one of the online YouTube video download websites:
If you search Google for “online YouTube video download”,you will see a result like the one below.
Select any one of them. It will look like:
Paste the link you copied in Step 1 in the box provided and click on “START”
You’ll see a pop up asking for video download location and then the video download will start.
I hope that was easy enough and I have answered your question.
Now Is Your Turn
Do you have any other method you use to download YouTube videos? Do you have any issues saving YouTube videos to your gallery for offline use? Use the comment below.
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