VidMate vs Videoder vs TubeMate: Which Video Downloader Is the One for You?

In the world of video downloading, what separates VidMate, Videoder, and TubeMate? All three offer more or less similar services, but just like every app offering the same features, something must be different no matter how tiny it is.

The Similarities

VidMate, Videoder, and TubeMate are all video downloaders. They are also all apps that run on multiple platforms. VidMate is available for Android, Blackberry, and Windows. Videoder can be installed on Android and Windows. TubeMate is also available on Android and Windows.

All three apps are available as an APK for the Android platform. This means that it has to be downloaded manually as it isn’t available on the Google Play Store. The installation procedure isn’t as complicated as it sounds. It is pretty straightforward and you don’t really need a great amount of technical knowledge to do it. However, you do need to know where to find certain settings.

The Service

VidMate, Videoder, and TubeMate are pretty good at their basic service: the downloading of video. However, there needs to be certain differences in order for you to pick one over the other.

In the past, TubeMate used to only support the download of videos off YouTube. All that has changed as the app can now get videos off multiple video sharing sites. You can download videos in various resolutions, including 4K. The videos can also be downloaded into a specific format, be it MP4, AVI, FLV, 3GP, MP3, or AAC.

Just like TubeMate, VidMate also supports video download across multiple video sharing sites, including social media. And just like TubeMate, you can choose the video quality, which is nice as it helps save on space.

Videoder isn’t any different from the two apps previously mentioned. It too can get video from different video sharing sites as well as social media.

The Extra Services

It’s after knowing the differences between the apps where most users finally arrive at a choice.

Both Videoder and TubeMate allow users to share videos to social networks. The two apps also support converting video to MP3. While both support playlists, they do it differently: TubeMate allows downloaded videos to be sorted into playlists while Videoder lets you download playlists from YouTube.

Videoder also has a copy link detection tool which works like this: the app can detect a link you copy for a video, music, or media file then shows a popup asking if you want to download the particular video.

VidMate also serves up interesting services of its own. First, it lets you watch about 200 live TV channels. In addition to that, it lets you view memes and make your own.

Choosing can be a difficult task, but it’s also about knowing what you want in your app. If it’s just video downloading then you could do with any of the three. However, if you want to get specific, then you have to decide which features you could do with and without. All of these apps will continue to improve, with TubeMate releasing an April update.

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