YouTube Go: How to Download and Share Videos on YouTube Offline

YouTube launched its offline video streaming App “Youtube Go” on 1st September 2015. This App is actually designed for areas where there is poor or no internet coverage. Today we will discuss YouTube Go: How to Download and Share Videos on YouTube Offline.

This is a great initiative to make the video sharing platform easier to enjoy on mobile devices. By this new feature YouTube has reduced the load of data for its increasing base of mobile users. Right now Google has limited the release of this App and is not available to Pakistan. Luckily android users in Pakistan can get online version of this YouTube’s version by simply installing YouTube Go APK for free APKMirror.

YouTube Go: How to Download and Share Videos on YouTube Offline

With any APK file users have to change default security settings on their phone to allow third party Apps to be installed. Users should switch off the feature after the App is downloaded.

Also Read: YouTube Brings Offline Feature for Users in Pakistan

Now they have to link their number and browse videos on YouTubeGo. Users can provide an option to choose between standard and basic quality. You can also decide to play a video now or save it for offline viewing later on.

All Videos on YouTube Can’t be Downloaded By YouTube Go

These downloaded videos are saved in a tab placed at the top corner of the App. A popup option shows user the designated free space left on their smartphone.

By using this App users can also send downloaded videos to nearby friends offline. However this App has one drawback. All the videos available on YouTube cannot be downloaded. Download option is disabled for many videos by their owners.

Due to the interrupted and slow internet in Pakistan, we could rarely watch a drama, movie or any other program on YouTube in Pakistan. For this reason, YouTube has come up with an interesting option for its users. YouTube Introduces Offline Browsing in Pakistan. Now without browsing, we can watch anything by simply using the offline channel feature from YouTube.

Fizza Atique

Fizza Atique is a Tech writer specializing in the intersection of tech and culture. She likes photography, VR, electronic music, coffee, and baking.
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