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TubGet: Download YouTube Videos Free


TubGet is a free web service which lets you download YouTube videos as well as videos from any other websites that are similar to YouTube. So now you can download all your favorite videos in a wink and absolutely FREE.

You are not required to download any software for accessing this app. You can download it directly from the website. It is very simple and easy to download any video that you like and want on your PC.

The process of downloading a video or audio is just a kid’s play. Here is how to download a video or audio from YouTube:

  • You will be asked to enter the URL of the video to download. Copy the url of the page where your video is located, and click on “Start” button.

tubget initial page

  • You will be given a message with a progress bar which says “Downloading the video to our server..please wait”

tubget downloading video

  • Select the Download format

tubget choose format

  • Then you will see “Converting your video … Please wait”

tubget converting video

  • Then you will see  “Please wait 60 seconds Vs Connect with Facebook”. This means if you login with your Facebook account and become a premium member, you would be able to download the video instantly, otherwise wait 60 seconds before your download will start.

tubget premium

  • Finally you can click on the Download your video link.

tubget download link

You can also check out other articles like ConvertVideoToAudio, Video Backup Fusion and YouTube to MP3 Converters reviewed by us.

TubGet is like a instant pill to all video and audio lovers. Apart from this, you can also become a premium user by connecting to TubGet with your Facebook account. In short, TubGet is extensively attractive app and is definitely creating a high buzz. Go ahead and get your favorite video now.

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  1. YouTube HD Downloader: Download Youtube HD Videos Free
  2. Firefox Plugin to Download Youtube Videos as MP3
  3. 10 Free Software to Download YouTube Videos

TubGet: Download YouTube Videos Free
Thu, 11 Aug 2011 16:30:47 GMT


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