More and more people seem to be using their iPhone’s nowadays for everything, including downloading music. Most don’t want to pay the fee for each song in the iTunes store so turn to other alternatives for downloading music to their phone.
So I did a little research and came across this video that shows you how to download YouTube videos to your iPhone. Check it out if you are interested in trying it out for yourself. The cool thing is that this instructional works for iPads too. It’s actually the same video to mp3 software I talked about in this post except it’s specifically designed for mobile devices.
I don’t mind doing this manually and what some people would consider to be the hard way. I just feel a little safer doing it all on the computer I guess, but mostly I just like that the screen is bigger and it’s easier to copy and paste the link for downloading.
If you have used this software or plan to use it in the near future, leave me a comment and let me know how it worked out for you. Also, if you have any other suggestions for good videos converters, share with the world by leaving a comment below.
In the last post I wrote I gave you guys a great place to convert YouTube videos to Mp3’s so in this post, I wanted to talk about some of my favorite kinds of videos to convert.
Mostly I like to just convert music but I also like to download audio books and motivational audios that help power me through my workouts. Man, I almost feel bad talking about how much I download but again, the information is out there for free.
Anyways, I like old music so that’s mostly what I download. Anything from Nirvana to Alice in Chains to Nine Inch Nails and heck, even the Spice Girls. What can I say? I grew up in the 90s so and they stopped making real music in the early 2000’s so it’s really just the best music to listen to. I also dig the 80’s and some stuff from the 70’s. I think a lot of kids from my generation can agree.
Some of my other favorite bands I’m going to put in a list because there’s more than a handful. I just really, really, really love music. Did I mention that I listen to it most of the time? Back to my list though. These are some of my favorite bands at the moment. Some new ones have managed do slip in despite my old taste, but a little change every now and then is totally okay.
– The Skins
– Smashing Pumpkins
– The Underachievers (yes, I like rap too)
– Meek Mill
– The Breeders
– Backstreet Boys
Wow, that’s such a random mix of music but what can I say, my taste is all over the place. There are plenty more where that came from but these are the ones I have been listening to so much lately.
Every now and then I get so addicted to certain songs that I listen to them over and over again. I think it just helps me feel the music better, which is in turn inspiring.
YouTube is great. You can find just about any song there with the actual video attached to it, along with hundreds of thousands of other educational, inspirational, and hilarious videos.
While many people watch these videos on YouTube every day, others like me are transforming these videos to mp3’s to listen to over and over again without having to deal with any waiting or ad watching. Sure this may seem shady but the technology is readily available to do it.
If you are interested in downloading YouTube videos and turning them into Mp3s, the best website I can recommend is Video 2 Mp3. I have tried a lot of the different ones out there but this one is the fastest and least resistant. I can pop the share URL into the conversion box and the file is literally converted in under 5 seconds. Then all you have to do is hit download and the file will go straight to your computer.
Sounds easy enough, don’t you think?
I have used this website to convert tons of YouTube videos to mp3s and have been able to do it well within 10 minutes.
The video I have posted below is also a tutorial for doing this.
There are many ways to transfer videos to mp3s but this is simply one of the quickest and easiest.
What kind of ways do you use to download your music, or do you still do you the store you buy actual CDs?