Are you wondering how to download and save some of your favourite YouTube and Facebook videos to your system so that you can view it offline later? You can actually download and save most of those videos you steam using a video player.
Like I always say, what ever your need is and if it is digital in nature and if you are using Android, there is an app for that. Unlike its competitors, Android gives you the freedom to do most of the things you want to do with your phone. If it is possible with the current technology, Android will have an application for whatever your need is. Your need to download and save video content in your phone can also be met if you are using Android.
It is very simple. You do not have to break your head rooting or jail breaking your phone for that. You do not have to forgo any benefit your carrier or phone manufacturer promised you when you bought your phone. All that you need to do is to head over to Android market and download Real Player Beta. You can download Real Player Beta from here
Once you download Real Player Beta you are ready to download and save any video that you can stream in your phone. Now, here is the key thing you need to remember. Android allows you to use any application for any purpose. This means it allows you to choose default applications from a list of applications that function similarly. Often to avoid annoying pop-ups I'm sure you will make all your favourite applications default. If you want to download and save videos to your phone, do not make any video application as your default.
If you have not chosen any application as your default application after downloading Real Player Beta, you will see a video player list pop up next time you click on a video to stream. There you will find a Real Player option to download and save that video. Go ahead and click on that option and Real Player will save that video on your device. And you can watch that video later offline, when you are bored without a network to go online.