YouTube Soon to Allow Premium Users to Download Videos on their Browser

YouTube is currently testing a new feature that allows users to download videos on their browser. Between now and 19 October, premium users can test a new feature that lets them download videos from their browser. 

According to TechCrunch, this test, which brings an existing mobile feature to the web, is part of an ongoing program that allows Premium users to test out what the platform is working on.

YouTube told TechCrunch, the viewer gains access to a cached version of the video, it’s like downloading a Netflix show to watch offline while you’re on a plane. Users can view their downloaded videos by navigating to the YouTube website while they’re offline.

The publication said, downloaded YouTube videos will remain available as long as the user’s device connects to the internet at least once every 30 days.

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