Service Allows Users To Save YouTube Videos To Watch Later

technology

Videodropper is a new service that lets users save YouTube videos so that users can watch them later at your leisure.

Piers Fawkes, PSFK
  • 13 december 2011

Videodropper is a new service that lets users send YouTube videos directly to a folder in the cloud – so that users can watch them later at your leisure. The system saves files to people’s Dropbox folders – and when they are transferred they can also choose to optimize videos for viewing in an iPhone or iPod Touch.

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