Nowadays, watching videos on smartphones comes second to listening to cool music while on the go. There are a lot of options to select in streaming music, but Facebook and YouTube are key shareholders in video streaming on Android phones.
Streaming videos on the move require data connection that do not come cheap. To solve this problem, YouTube has introduced an offline playback feature where users can download videos on Wi-Fi and then view them later in an offline mode.
Facebook is yet to roll out such feature for its users. The videos are only saved as bookmarks and you will need to have an active cellular data connection when played again. However, there is a trick of downloading Facebook Videos on your Android handset so that you can watch them later when you are offline.
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- Download MyVideoDownloader app from Google Play Store.
- Install the app, you’ll be prompted to log in with your Facebook account.
- The app shows you the wall feed and its sidebar helps you navigation to different locations.
- You can navigate to your favorite groups and pages to browse videos.
- Tap on the video you want to download.
- You’ll get an option to download it.
- Tap on this option and the app will catch the video file and prompt you to save on the SD card.
- In the Settings, you get the option of downloading Facebook videos in HD. This option downloads the best quality.
- Tap on any convenient option and that is about it.
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