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    What is TubeMate and what the different between TubeMate and YouTube?

    Are you interested in knowing the difference between the TubeMate and YouTube. Follow this thread to find the relevant answer to find the difference between two important video channels TubeMate and YouTube.

    I have recently found an application called TubeMate while searing on Google Play Store. It seems to be like YouTube. I would like to know the complete details about this application and also want to know comparison between TubeMate and YouTube. Please explain in details.
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    The two terms are entirely different from each other. While TubeMate is one of the fastest and the most famous of the YouTube downloaders available free as an Android app, YouTube is the most popular video uploading and video playing website which is next only to the Google and Facebook in popularity. The TubeMate uses a fast download technology to download YouTube Videos. However, the TubeMate can only be used for private purposes and cannot be used for commercial downloads of YouTube videos. It enables the user the multiple downloads of videos of quality from YouTube, from 3gp to Full-HD. The users are advised to download the TubeMate the official website You also have option to select options for the resolutions of the videos you want to download. You can even resume your download if the connection breaks. There is an option to convert your videos to MP3 file formats. There is a Meridian player to play your audio/video files. At the tap of a button, you are enabled to share your videos via Google Buzz, Twitter or e-mail. You can also save your favourite videos to your YouTube account and can even create playlists. Of course, TubeMate supports resolutions like 1920x1080(Full-HD) on GalaxyTab, Galaxy S2 and PC, 1280x720(HD) for high-end devices, 640x360 for general devices, 320x240p for low-end devices and 640x360, 854x480(FLV) for Android 2.1 and over, but the available options above will depend on the quality of the video that is originally uploaded on YouTube and also the compatibility of your device.
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