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Downie Mac OS is a program for those who like to download and collect videos from various resources, fortunately, in this application the user gets access to thousands of sites. The utility is specially designed for the MacOS operating system, therefore it is, in its way, a unique product for Apple lovers. The key features of the program are as follows: firstly, it supports all major video sites like YouTube, Vimeo, Youku and others, and is also adapted to work with resources gaining popularity. Moreover, the application allows you to easily save videos in any HD format up to 4K, which few of its analogues can boast of. Today, Downie is translated into all popular languages, receives weekly updates, and its developer guarantees constant technical support and answers to questions by mail (within a maximum of a day).
The latest version of the program received many innovations and improvements, among which the following can be noted:
- complete redesign of the interface;
- pop-up Menu icon, with which you can control the download process without switching to the program;
- Loading HLS streams four times faster;
- support for DASH-streams;
- improvements in post-processing;
- option to switch to minimalistic design;
- grouping of files by site and playlist.
Among the available functionality, a very convenient item on the delayed start of the download can be noted: the process will start according to a given schedule at a time convenient for the user. It is also important to note that Downie of the new version is adapted to pop-up separate windows for login to selected resources, which eliminates unnecessary actions on the sites themselves. To start downloading, just drag the link into the program window, and the same will work even if the link is contained in the text – the utility will automatically recognize it and open it. Download Downie Mac OS free video downloader for Mac using the link below.
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Requirements: OS X 10.11 or later 64-bit