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In the ever-expanding realm of online content, YouTube stands tall as the go-to platform for video consumption. As the YouTube app secures its place on Android devices and standalone availability on the Apple Store and Google Play Store, users are presented with a myriad of possibilities, including the option to download videos for offline viewing. However, if you wish to elevate your offline experience and store these videos directly in your device’s camera roll, the process might not be apparent within the YouTube app alone. Fear not, for third-party applications come to the rescue. Let’s delve into the comprehensive steps on how to seamlessly save YouTube videos to your camera roll on both Android and iOS platforms.
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Steps on How to Save YouTube Videos to Camera Roll
1) Save YouTube Videos to Your Camera Roll/Gallery on Android
Method 1: Using SSYoutube
- Open the Google Chrome browser on your Android device and open any YouTube downloader website; in this guide, we use SSYoutube.
- Copy the link of the YouTube video you intend to download.
- Paste the video link on the SSYoutube website and initiate the download.
- Choose your preferred video quality, and the download will commence.
- Once downloaded, you can either move the video to the Downloads folder or find it directly in your Gallery app.
Method 2: Using Wave.Video
- Open the YouTube video and tap the Share icon.
- Select “Copy Link” from the Share menu.
- Open your preferred web browser on Android. Visit the Wave.Video website and paste the video link.
- Click the “Download” button.
- The video will download in your web browser, and you’ll find it in your Camera roll or gallery app.
2) Save YouTube Videos to Your Camera Roll on iOS
Utilizing the Documents by Readdle app, the process on iOS involves a few additional steps.
- Copy the YouTube video URL.
- Open the Y2Mate website on Safari, and paste the YouTube link. Choose your desired video quality and hit Download.
- Once downloaded, find the video in your iPhone’s Downloads folder.
- Tap the video, hit the Share button, and select “Save Video.”
- The video is now saved in your Camera roll.
3) Using YouTube Built-in Download
While third-party applications offer flexibility, for a more secure option, you can resort to the YouTube built-in download feature.
However, be aware that this still confines you to watching videos within the YouTube app. Alternatively, investing in YouTube Premium brings additional perks like ad-free viewing and the ability to download high-quality videos without limitations.
In a nutshell, these methods are not confined to YouTube alone; they can be applied to other video platforms like Facebook, Vimeo, Dailymotion, Instagram, and more. If you encounter any challenges or seek further guidance on saving YouTube videos to your camera roll, drop your queries in the comments below. Happy downloading!