A new feature that will allow YouTube users with Internet problems to download videos in advance has been published in the Middle East.
YouTube has offered a download feature that allows you to download videos offline in areas where the internet is luxurious. The company, which generally wants to find solutions to the slow internet problem in Middle Eastern countries, wants to offer this option to other countries step by step. In the first place, off-line video surveillance from Iraq, Lebanon, Thailand, Palestine, Morocco, India, Vietnam, and Serbia will then come to other countries, including our country. In the meantime, let’s also point out to Google that there is no description of which countries share this feature, so we have searched which countries have received this support based on comments from users.
Strangely, it is not clear at this point why video downloads that are not yet available in countries such as the US, UK, and Japan are not fully known to those countries, but it is understandable why the company was initially introduced to these countries because of the slowness of the Internet and the inability to reach it.
You can check if the offline download option is available by clicking the Download button next to the buttons like, and Share in the YouTube video below. If download feature is available, the download button is added to this region. The new feature that allows you to download videos with resolutions like 144p – 720p is not known when it comes to my country, but we know that there are some internet problems in our country.
So, what do you think of YouTube’s new service? Was not it a feature that should have come from a long time? I expect your comments.