TubeMate 3 3.2.10 Launched With Performance and Stability Optimizations

TubeMate, along with VidMate and SnapTube, is one of the most popular online video downloaders for Android. Recently, TubeMate 3 3.2.10 rolled out with performance and stability optimizations. Besides these under the hood changes, the new version of TubeMate brings some bug fixes, too.

TubeMate features

TubeMate is among the best video downloaders out there. The app runs on Android, and it sports a clean, user-friendly interface with easy-to-access options. It allows users to download videos from the majority of the online streaming services, such as Facebook, IGTV, DailyMotion, Vimeo, DailyTube, and many more.

The app is straightforward, thanks to its built-in video search engine. You can easily search for a video by its name or view the most popular vids, by their category or other filters. Once you have spotted an interesting video, you can download it by tapping the arrow icon below the vid’s frame.

With TubeMate, you can also take down only the soundtracks of the videos and podcasts, as well as music tracks. Accordingly, you can complete your music library for free with TubeMate. Besides, this video downloader is stable, performant, and malware-free, so you can safely install and use it.

What’s new in TubeMate 3 3.2.10?

Often, the TubeMate team launches new versions of the app to add some features or fix some issues to keep up with the more popular VidMate and SnapTube. But, there are also some updates that only come out with under the hood changes. That’s the case with the new TubeMate 3 3.2.10, too.

Accordingly, TubeMate 3 3.2.10 comes with stability and performance optimizations so that users enjoy a better experience with the app than before. This video downloader is not available on the Google Play Store, so you have to rely on APK sites to download the application

Before installing TubeMate 3 3.2.10 you must allow installation from unknown sources under the Settings -> Security section of your device

Ben Johnson

Ben Johnson

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