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How to download 1080p/4K video from youtube for free..?

Hi
We all know about YouTube but have you ever downloaded video from YouTube, may be yes because there are lot of online software/website available to do so but they don't allow you to download video greater then 720p in free. you will wonder that an android application TubeMate allows you to download videos in your chosen format. So lets begin....

Step-1:
Download TubeMate from Here: Download

Step-2:
Install application


You can download videos not only from YouTube but also many other websites


Step-3:
Log in to your account and search video which ever you want


click on that video


Step-4:

Now click on green download button, now it will ask for download quality. you can download whichever quality you want


now download will start



Thats it......

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