Need a copy of your YouTube video offline on your Android phone/tablet? Say in a presentation? The easiest way to get it is to use a YouTube download app on Android. One that works fluidly is the TubeMate app.
From it's description, it seems that Android Market removes it every so often. So the author suggest that you get it directly from its web site with your Android device: http://m.tubemate.net/download.jsp
Tue, 20 Sep 2011 01:38:18 +0000
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