Smartphone and tablet has made it convenient for us to stream videos on the go. YouTube and Facebook are two unshakable giants when it comes to streaming videos. However, streaming videos on the go requires the use of cellular data and we all know it doesn’t come cheap. YouTube was concerned about this so they added offline playback available to its users. With this the users can download a video when on Wi-Fi and view it offline. Facebook, however, has no such feature. Today, we will learn how to download Facebook videos on Android.
How to download Facebook videos on Android
To achieve this, we are going to use an app called My Video Downloader for Facebook. It is available for free on the Google Play Store. The reason we chose this app was because it has the least amount of ads.
When you launch this app for the first time, you will be asked to log in to your Facebook account. Doing this will show you your wall and the sidebar will let you navigate different sections with ease. This will allow you to browse pages and groups.
If you find a video that is worth saving; all you have to do is tap on it and you will be presented with an option to download it to your device. Tap the button and Android Downloader will ask your permission to save it on your SD card.
You can also chose the quality of the video you download. Go to Settings and you will see an option to download the videos in High Definition. Under the My Videos section, you can find all the videos that you have liked and saved. There are other options that can be pretty useful. Explore.
This is it. Android Downloader for Facebook is a pretty small and simple app with easy navigation. You can view the videos you have downloaded on any video player you have on your device. Of you cannot find it on the Play Store, it could be because Google removed it from its store. If that’s the case, you can download it from this link.
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