MxTube is a nifty new native iPhone application that lets you search YouTube for videos, save them to your phone’s memory for offline viewing and watch them later. It also allows you to set video quality, which is helpful for people who may be watching a long video while they’re on a Wi-Fi connection or have limited data plans. It even continues downloading when your connection goes down so that you can watch the video without losing any progress.
MXTube was created by 16 year-old Max and is now available as a free download through the iTunes store. It’s a great alternative to the YouTube app for jailbroken iOS devices and a workaround for those who haven’t been able to get it working on their iPhone.
You can use the app to browse and view a number of different channels and categories, including news, sports, comedy, music and more. The video player also offers a built-in ad blocker to prevent adverts from appearing and improve data security and privacy.
Ad block helps to stop annoying banners, invasive ads and in-app advertising, as well as gambling and adult websites from showing up on your screen. It also disables known malware domains and increases privacy to prevent tracking of your browsing habits.
It also saves up to 20% of your mobile data and can extend the battery life of your device. In addition, it is compatible with the latest version of Android and works without root access.
The best part is that the app is completely free, so there’s no reason not to try it out for yourself. It’s a lot like the YouTube app in many ways, but without the need for an Apple ID or password to sign in, and with no advertisements.
Another great thing about MxTube is that it supports all the major video formats, and it’s a great choice for those who want to watch a wide variety of content. In addition, it has an easy-to-use interface and can play your favorite music videos in the background while you’re doing other things on your iPhone.
In fact, a few of my friends have downloaded videos from the app that I had previously only seen in YouTube. They’re pretty cool, and I’ve had a lot of fun playing with them.
MXTube is also a handy tool for grabbing a lot of free, high-quality video material, which can be a big deal for people on tight data plans who might otherwise be forced to settle for low-quality or even nonexistent content. This app is very quick to load, and will download a massive amount of content in one go.
It’s also quite volatile, so you should expect to see some crashes. However, if you can manage to avoid them, it’s an excellent way to keep your data plan from getting blown up by a massive influx of video files.
If you’re a fan of pirated Tamil movies and don’t mind the occasional crash, Mxtube is a great option to try out. It’s a site that provides a huge range of films and shows, from modern blockbusters to vintage classics, all for free. The site also has a good reputation and its members have a strong degree of trust in each other.