Testing Improved YouTube Downloader Tool

December 16, 2009 | By | 3 Replies More

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If you’re a big YouTube fan, you probably have seen countless number of great videos from different categories and I’m sure that at some point you have thought of downloading the videos you’ve watched to put it in your iPod or iPhone.

While there is certainly a lot of software available out there that does the trick, it’s sometimes better to use the free ones than spend some bucks over a piece of software.

I just came across a small piece of software about ~3.82MB in size but decent enough to download YouTube videos as they play. This software is Improved YouTube Downloader 0.9.8 by ImprovedSoftware.

Improved YouTube Downloader

Improved YouTube Downloader

Thought the tool works well by running it before playing the streaming video, the time it takes for the video download to complete is dependent on your internet connection speed. There’s really no way to speed things up so patience is really necessary.

User interface however is pretty easy to understand so anybody can use it without so much effort but can be a little bit boring for some tech savvy users.

Download quality for .avi files is not that excellent, I would assume that it’s also dependent on the type of video file you’re trying to grab but otherwise, it does the job it’s supposed to do.

Requirements to run:
OS Windows XP/Vista/7
Downloads AVI, MP3, 3GP or FLV depending on your choice.
YouTube, Break.com and DailyMotion sites each have a corresponding downloader.

Category: multimedia

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  1. Tried to search for a link but found none and I’m too lazy to google for it. Presently I am using YouTube Downloader by Biennesoft. It’s also free. What I’m looking for is one that I’ve used a few years back (but have forgotten its name) which allows multiple downloads.

    Anyway, soon as I feel like googling, I’m searching out this ImprovedShare site. Looks like it’s not only a youtube downloader but also downloads mp3, avi and 3gp.
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  2. Mathdelane says:

    MP3, avi, flv, and 3GP files can be derived from most YouTube videos. It has however a separate software for Dailymotion and other video sharing sites.

  3. SocialBlogr says:

    Nice tool, but I prefer to use FF extension or Chrome. 😛
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