It includes a subscription to Google Play Music and they even have a free trial for 30 days if you are still on the fence. You can also access the Settings page to set the quality of your offline videos and change whether to download over Wi-Fi only. A few more things to consider: you can only watch your offline videos if you are logged into your YouTube Red account, you cannot like or comment on a video while offline and you can watch your offline videos for up to 30 days after saving them. Now that you know how to save your favorite YouTube videos for later, hopefully those long commuter trips will be a lot more bearable, without the possibility of exceeding your mobile data allowance.
YouTube explicitly forbids the downloading of any YouTube videos outside of its Red service
What do I get with it?
With YouTube Premium, you can watch millions of videos without interruptions by ads before and during a video, including video overlay ads. You will also not see third-party banner ads and search ads. You may still see branding or promotions embedded in the content by the creator and promotional links, shelves and features in and around the content that are added or enabled by the creator. These links, shelves and features could be for their website, merchandise, a membership to their channel, event tickets, or other related destinations they are promoting. You can download videos to watch offline using the YouTube or YouTube Music app and watch auto-downloaded videos in the YouTube Kids app if these apps are available in your location and you're signed in with your YouTube Premium account. You can view your downloaded videos in the Library or Account tabs.
Download YouTube videos for offline viewing
Sure, it's easy to download videos from YouTube, but doing it legally is another proposition. While there's no law that specifically says you can't download videos from YouTube for free, YouTube's rules are very clear. Before you start downloading YouTube videos, read on for four things you need to know, starting with
Downloading YouTube videos is easy, and there are lots of reasons to give it a try. For example. Downloading YouTube videos is also great if you have a mobile plan with a limited data allowance. You can download them to your phone using your home Wi-Fi, and watch them on the move without risking going over your data allocation. Best of all, you can do it free. YouTube itself provides some free tools for the job on both desktop and mobile , and there are third-party free YouTube downloaders that you can use as well. Read on to find out how.