Android YouTube Downloader-How to Watch YouTube on Android Offline
If you are a YouTube enthusiast and own an Android mobile phone, you may ever wonder how to watch YouTube videos on Android. Although Android is powerful enough to download YouTube videos, a computer is much faster to do it because of better hardware and speedy bandwidth. And watching YouTube video online will cost you a lot of money if you have no unlimited data plan for your Android. So it's an optimal solution to download YouTube videos on PC and then transferring to Android - lower cost and no buffering.
Wondershare AllMyTube is a powerful yet easy-to-use Android YouTube downloader. It adds a download button to any YouTube videos opened on the site. And then, you can quickly and easily save videos to computer in batch (up to 10) and then transfer them to your Android devices. This app supports almost any popular Android device like Samsung, HTC, Motorola, etc. Just follow the guide below step by step for watching YouTube on Android.
1 Download YouTube videos for Android
Open Firefox, IE or Chrome to visit YouTube.com and then play the YouTube videos you want to put on Android devices. When you're watching videos online, mouse over the top right corner of the video, and you'll see a floating Download button.
2 Convert YouTube to Android compatible formats
Just click each Download buttons to download all your wanted YouTube videos. This app can download up to 5 videos simultaneously by default (the maximum number is 10 at one time after adjuting settings). When it's done, you can find these YouTube videos in Downloaded library. Go to there and then click the Convert button on each video item bar. In the pop-up format list, hit the "Device" tab and then select the right Android device just according to its brand name and device model. Click "Ok" to convert YouTube to Android.
3 Transfer converted YouTube to Android devices
After conversion, you can transfer the output files to Android for smooth playback without any incompatible issue. To do it, just find the converted YouTube videos in the output folder and then transfer them to Android via cable. That's all.
Check the video tutorial below: