Freemake presents a brand-new way to download YouTube videos and playlists. Now you can save whatever you want straight from the browser (Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Microsoft Internet Explorer) with handy download buttons. Download Freemake Video Downloader 3.5 here. To activate the buttons, please install a new software version and select the buttons in
The buttons are already integrated into YouTube web pages and available for:
Besides, the free software expands the coverage of supported YouTube categories. Now users can download videos & playlists and convert them to MP3, MP4, AVI, etc. from YouTube Music and YouTube Education pages. Let’s examine each source in details.
YouTube Music is an automatic channel which links all songs and audio tracks on the platform. It’s an ad-supported service; there are tunes of all genres: rock, pop,
YouTube Education or YouTube EDU or #Education is an automatic catalog of dozens of educational branches. There are such departments as law, engineering, mathematics, arts, humanities, science, history, medicine, social science,
Plus, Freemake Video Downloader can rip videos and MP3s from YouTube artists pages, like the one below:
The buttons launch Downloader 3.5 with filled in links from the clips and speed up copying process. Please make sure that you install Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Microsoft Internet Explorer extensions from an official developer’s website. Please make sure that you install the Freemake extension from www.freemake.com to keep your browser safe and sound.
All browser extensions require certain rights, for example, to read the content on the web page you’re on. To make web browsing a safe experience, please check the list of extension that you allowed in your browser. If you’re using Google Chrome, go to Control menu inside of Chrome, click the Extensions option, and see names of the extensions you have there. Feel free to remove any buttons you don’t know. If you prefer Firefox, open Menu in your browser, select Add-ons tab and check extensions there. If you use Internet Explorer, hit the Settings sign, go to "Manage add-ons" and find the full list of toolbars and extensions. Please enable "Show: all add-ons", it’s not a default setting. We hope you will enjoy new buttons.