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KeepVid - Video Downloader

2.2.0.11 for Android

Download videos from YouTube, Vimeo, LiveLeak, etc.

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KeepVid is a straightforward app that makes downloading from YouTube, Dailymotion, Vimeo and other videos sites comfortable and fast. Each video is stored on your local memory, so that you can play it later from offline without the need for an internet connection.

When downloading videos there are several options at your disposal. From the main tab, simply click on any of the buttons to access the site you're looking for. From there you log on directly to YouTube, Vimeo, Vine, SoundCloud, Instagram, GameVideo, Tumblr or LiveLeak. Another even simpler option is to just paste the link for a particular video directly onto KeepVid.

Quality options when downloading videos are fairly broad, but always depend on the video itself. If a video is in 1080, you can download it in that resolution, but also in 720p, 480p or 320p. You can even download videos in MP3 format if all you want is an audio file, besides, KeepVid - Video Downloader allows high quality downloads, so you can enjoy your video with the best guarantees.

Another of the most interesting functions for this tool is the possibility to download videos with subtitles, so that you can view content in your own language without having to download both elements separately through different tools. Plus, you get to download files in batches, and grab as many videos as you want without having to wait for the process to complete. Thus, you can also download complete playlists with a single click to enjoy a whole list of your favorite videos without having to download each and every video one by one.

KeepVid is a full featured video download application, reminiscent of the great Snaptube, as it offers practically identical features and very similar interface.
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