Smooth YouTube Downloader For Windows Mobile
Windows Mobile owners might be interested to learn about XDA forum member zorc’s YouTube downloader application for Windows Mobile devices.
The application allows users to search and download videos from YouTube in different formats and qualities, including mp3.
The app has been tested on the Topaz WVGA running Windows Mobile 6.5, but the dev says it should work fine on other devices.
- Shows thumbnails in the search results.
- Ability to download multiple videos at the same time.
- Ability to pause/resume downloads after you exit and run the application again.
- A very nice UI and cool transitions between different screens of the app.
- Ability to expand search results.
- Ability to choose video format/quality including mp3.
- Improved QVGA screens support.
- Ability to switch between full screen and normal mode.
- Ability to copy download URL.
- Overall performance tweaks.
- Now supports keeping the device awake while downloads are running, so the WiFi connection is not lost.
For further information and to download the cab file, head on over to the application thread
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