Usually, YouTube does not allow you to play videos in the background without paying for YouTube Red without purchasing the YouTube Red. If YouTube is your main source of streaming videos and music, and you do not want to spend $9.99 a month, you will have to take the matters into your own hands.

Downloading MP3s from YouTube for the offline playback have been the simplest solution to this issue. However, on mobile devices, it isn’t an easy thing to do. This is where an application called Peggo makes things super-easy. It lets you rip audio from the YouTube videos and it can even download the video itself in full HD.

The best part of this app is how it works on Android smartphones, so do not even have to spend a few minutes of your precious time. Here is how to use Peggo:

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Install Peggo

This app is not available on the Play Store, so you will need to enable the ‘Unknown Source’ option before installing it. Besides that, grab the APK file and then hit the Download Complete notification and tap ‘Install’ when prompted.

Share a video from YouTube

Once you have installed Peggo, download a video or ripping an MP3 is very easy. Find a video from your YouTube application and then hit the ‘share button’ which is underneath the description. Select Peggo from the list.    

Rip Video or Audio

After sharing a video to Peggo, the application is ready to download an MP3. The app provides you with a few adjust options such as ‘Normalize’ and ‘Remove Silence’, beyond that, hit ‘Record MP3’ to download an audio track from the video.

If you would like to download the video, you just have to select ‘Record Video, choose the resolution and then hit ‘Record MP4’.

Source: Gadget Adda

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