How to watch YouTube videos when you are offline?

You can watch YouTube videos without internet offline if you want. Now you may be wondering how this can happen. So today we'll tell you how you can do that. Open YouTube on your phone or tablet: If you take a subscription to YouTube Premium (formerly called YouTube Red), then you can easily download videos for offline viewing. For this, first of all, open YouTube, which (in iPhones/iPads) has an icon that looks like a white triangle inside the red square on the home screen or (in Android) the same as in the app drawer.

At the same time, if you want to subscribe to YouTube Premium, then tap on your profile photo in the top right corner of the YouTube app, and select Get YouTube Premium, and then follow the on-screen instructions. At the same time, tap the video you want to watch offline, by the way, usually that video will start playing automatically. Now just below the video, there is a grey circle with an arrow pointing down, hovering over a white line. Tap on the video quality that you want, you can change the options based on the video. If you want your selection to be remembered for future downloads as well, check the box next to "Remember my settings". Tap OK, by doing so, the video will start to be downloaded in the selected size and quality.

When the download of the video is complete, a white check mark will appear below it. If you're using an iPhone or iPad, the download will start when you stop viewing the version that's streamed at the time. Navigate to your library when you want to watch offline videos. In fact, when you are disconnected from the internet, it will be easier to watch the video. Tap the Library tab at the bottom right corner of YouTube, and then tap Video.

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