Save Youtube Videos Using iOS 10 Devices
The holidays usually bring new iOS devices from Santa or a relative. New users will need to know things about their devices and how to use them. One of the first questions will be how to save Youtube videos on iOS 10. Although, this should be pretty easy to do, unless you are familiar it’s not.
One of the big questions we get from new users is how to download and save Youtube videos for watching offline. Well, Apple definitely doesn’t make it easy to understand or figure this out. You would think Apple would make this extremely obvious. Guess they have some ridiculous reason we aren’t supposed to save videos on our devices
A fast an easy way to download Youtube videos onto your device is through an application called Easy Ringtone Pro by Kobi Snir. It sounds like a ringtone making application rather than an application used for saving Youtube videos. It needs to have the ability to save videos in order to make ringtones.
Open up the App store and search for Easy Ringtone Pro. This application is totally free but you will see a few advertisements inside the application while you are browsing around. This is how the developer is able to make the app free by using these advertisements.
Download: Easy Ringtone Pro (Free)
As you can see from the title of the app you can create ringtones with it too. This application really does a great job creating ringtones and saving Youtube videos to watch offline. Keep in mind this technique will use the devices space. So if you have a smaller HD, say 8GB, it will take only a few videos to fill it up. Follow the guide below to save Youtube videos on iOS 10 to watch offline when there’s no wifi.
Step by Step Guide For Saving Youtube Videos on iOS 10
- Download Easy RingTone Pro (Free)
- Search For the video inside Easy Ringtone Pro
- Click the “play’ option. You will get a popup asking if you want to download
- The progress of the download will show across the top of the app screen
- Once the download completes you can choose it from the videos saved and choose whether you want to save or share
- It will ask for access to your photos
- This is necessary to save in your camera roll
You will need to be jailbroken to create ringtones using only your iOS 10 device. However, if you want to create ringtones simply connect to your computer using USB cable to save. I would suggest saving in dropbox this way you can create ringtones without connecting to iTunes with USB.
Creating Ringtones does require connecting your iOS device to your iTune to complete. However, this post is only focusing on the process of saving Youtube videos. Making ringtones is very simple too and the application comes with a how to guide inside it. So just follow the guide inside the application to create ringtones.
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