How do you Save a YouTube Video to your Camera Roll?

Watching YouTube videos online is a great source of entertainment! Though, what can you do if you do not have access to the Internet? Wouldn’t it be better if you could find a way to watch your favorite YouTube videos offline instead? The good news is that there are tools available that you can use to save YouTube videos to your camera roll so that you can watch it later offline. YouTubeMp3Tool is one such tool that you can try out. All you have to do is just follow these easy instructions!

What can I Expect from YouTubeMp3Tool?

YouTubeMp3Tool is a tool that enables you to save YouTube videos directly to your camera roll. Thanks to its easy-to-use design, you don’t need to be a tech expert. What’s more, it’s also very quick (it only takes a few seconds for the process to be completed).

How can I Use YouTubeMp3Tool to Save a YouTube Video to my Camera Roll?

If you want to use YouTubeMp3Tool, these are the easy steps that you need to follow:

  1. Step 1.

    Download the latest version of the YouTubeMp3Tool application for your Mac

  2. Step 2.

    Find the YouTube video that you wish to download to your camera roll

  3. Step 3.

    Copy the link of the YouTube video that you’ve selected

  4. Step 4.

    Now paste the video’s link into the input field of YouTubeMp3Tool

  5. Step 5.

    If you have the Premium Subscription, select the file format that you would like to convert the video to

  6. Step 6.

    Click on the “Convert” button

To save music and videos to your camera roll, you need to open iTunes; add the downloaded music; connect your iPhone to your computer; click the iPhone icon, then press the “Sync” button.

Is it Legal to Download YouTube Videos?

Truth be told, YouTube is actually quite strict about not permitting users to download videos to their mobile devices. In fact, several plug-ins that enable you to download videos from this popular website have been blocked. That being said, as long as you’ll only be using the videos for personal use (in other words not to gain financially), there shouldn’t be a problem.