While there are millions of videos out there spread on social networks and streaming services, a common problem with all of them is that they lack a download button. Then again, thanks to specialized apps, such as TubePump.net, you can easily grab the desired content to add to your collection.
The app comes with a simple and minimalist interface that is unlikely to give you any troubles, regardless of your experience with similar tools Therefore, as indicated in the GUI, add your video link with either copy and paste or drag and drop. On a side note, before you proceed, check the Settings and set a Download folder that is convenient for you.
The content is briefly analyzed so that you can select one of the numerous formats and sizes available. Once you decide on that, simply hit Go to download and the video is grabbed along with its subtitles if they are available. It is worth mentioning that the app does not come with a video player, but rather it enables you to choose one of the players you have on your system.
Unfortunately, the application does not come with a batch mode, so you need to add the links one by one. While not a deal breaker for the casual user, it would have been nice to be able to insert all links and download them all at the same time.
According to the developer, the program allows you to grab video content from a plethora of sources, included, but not limited to YouTube, Vimeo, Dailymotion, Metacafe, Instagram, Facebook, Bandcamp, Twitch and Soundcloud, just to name a few.
If you are looking for a simple tool to help you grab a few videos you want to enjoy offline or on other devices, then perhaps TubePump.net may be worth a try.