Enjoying Your Favorite Streamed Content While Offline

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It’s no secret that online streaming has changed the way that many people view content in the modern world. The internet makes it possible to enjoy truly on-demand content services, and options like Netflix and Spotify are leading the way with this sort of product. Of course, though, you need an internet connection to stream content from the web, and this isn’t always ideal when you are out and about. To help you out with this, this article will be exploring some of the best ways to enjoy the content you love without having to be connected to the world wide web.

 

Music

 

Being able to stream music rather than downloading it or carrying around CDs has changed the world for many people. No longer do you have to spend a fortune on physical media or have a phone with loads of storage to listen to the music you love, effectively making your personal music collection limitless. Of course, though, this gets shattered when you find yourself without a network connection. Apps like Spotify make it possible to save music for offline use, with Spotify itself being great for this. Unlike many music platforms, this app uses its own media format that makes music much smaller.

 

Alongside Spotify, tools like Bandcamp and Soundcloud also allow you to download the music that you love. This will take up more space on your device, but you can always prepare for your next trip by downloading the music you want before you go. Many people use this sort of method to avoid having to pay a subscription fee, and it can be a great way to go.

 

Video/TV

 

Video and TV are more complicated when it comes to watching them offline. Piracy is a serious issue for movies and television series, and those making them work extremely hard to protect their property. YouTube has changed this over the last couple of years, offering downloads to users that can be watched offline. The only downside to this is that you will have to pay for a premium subscription to be able to use it.

 

Of course, there are other ways to be able to enjoy offline videos, if you’re willing to use slightly less reputable methods. The Vidmate app for Android enables you to download videos from sources around the world, including websites like YouTube and Vimeo. This is done by using the HTML source that gives the app direct access to the video file that is being downloaded. As long as you don’t distribute videos like this, you aren’t going to get in trouble, but it can still be worth being careful to make sure that you don’t share the app with the wrong person.

 

As you can see, there are loads of options available to those who want to be able to enjoy watching videos and listening to music without having to have an internet connection. You don’t have to go back to outdated technology to give yourself these benefits, but it can be worth taking the time to research you options.

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Chicano | Fighting/Writing for Diversity | DM since 08 | Anime Lover | Site: http://thegeeklyfe.com | info@thegeeklyfe.com | http://twitch.tv/the_geek_lyfe

Chicano | Fighting/Writing for Diversity | DM since 08 | Anime Lover | Site: http://thegeeklyfe.com | info@thegeeklyfe.com | http://twitch.tv/the_geek_lyfe

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