Download and stream your favorite videos on YouTube and other streaming sites like Spotify, Vevo, YouTube Music, Spotify Premium, and YouTube Red.
Here’s how to do it. 1.
Start by opening YouTube.
Select the video you want to download or stream.
Click the “Get” button.
You will be redirected to the download page.
When the download is complete, you can watch the video in the browser.
If you have any trouble with the download, make sure the video is correctly installed.
If it’s not, try uninstalling it. 9.
Once you are done, try re-downloading the video.
If that doesn’t work, try reinstalling the video again.
You can also check your downloads history on the top of YouTube.
Once the download has completed, you will see a list of all the videos you have downloaded.
If your browser is set to automatically download videos, you should be able to find the downloaded videos on the left side of YouTube’s page.
You might also notice that YouTube is displaying your download time in seconds instead of minutes.
That means the download took about an hour to complete.
When you are finished watching the video, you have to click the “View” button at the bottom of the page to return to the video player.
You’ll also be prompted to update your YouTube account information.
To close YouTube, simply click the blue “Close” button on the bottom left corner.
You may need to restart your browser to do this.
To save your download, simply tap the green “Save” button in the top right corner.