How to Download Youtube Video on Android Smart Phone Using TubeX

TubeX is the fastest youtube video downloader and it has a very fast download speed because it uses concurrent threads, multi connections, resume breakpoints download technology, etc.

Follow the below steps to download the apps from Android Market

* Open Android Market on Your phone
* Go to “Search”
* Type “TubeX” in the search field and hit “Search”
* Once you find the “Tubex” app, choose “Install” and follow the instructions

If you already installed the TubeX please follow the below steps.

1. Click TubeX apps and search for your favorite video.

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2. After you click the selected video, it will prompt you with 3 options. Click Download to proceed.

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3. Select the prefer resolution and your video will automatically downloaded.

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4. Click the Download tab to see the downloading video.

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Release Notes

[ Version 1.6 ] 05/31/2011

1. Fixed lost the downloaded file when upgrade version 1.5.
2. Fixed other minor bugs.

[ Version 1.5 ] 05/26/2011

1. Fixed ‘too many download tasks’ bug.
2. Fixed force close bugs.

[ Version 1.4 ] 04/17/2011

1. Improve the ‘Download as MP3’ speed.
2. Added 640×360 video format.
3. Fixed the ‘Resume download’ bug in the Fast Download Mode.
4. Fixed some minor bugs.

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[ Version 1.3 ] 04/13/2011

1. Fixed some minor bugs.

[ Version 1.2 ] 04/12/2011

1. Fixed ‘Change mp3 folder’ bugs.
2. Fixed ‘play video/mp3’ options.
3. Fixed other bugs.

[ Version 1.1 ] 04/08/2011

1. Add a variety of download formats(3gp, MP4, MP3, FLV, 720P).
2. Fixed bugs.

[ Version 1.0 ] 04/01/2011

1. TubeX 1.0 published.
2. Added “Fast Download Mode” feature.

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