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

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.

Although this service treads in some grey areas in terms of ownership, we're interested in this technology as it shows a move towards time-shifting of content that's online (and theoretically always available). Maybe this type of service will help people gather a library of content to watch at their leisure when internet connections are poor – like on a plane.

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