Free YouTubeGet!

YouTubeGet is a fancy tool that allows you to do one simple task: Download Youtube videos. Here is the official description of the program and a list of main features/benefits (as per the developer):

YouTubeGet is an all-in-one software designed to make quick and easy work to download YouTube videos and convert them. Offering a multitude of methods to acquire the video, this application has all the power you need while still remaining small and easy to use. After downloading videos it will auto convert FLV files to MP4, 3GP, AVI, WMV, MOV etc. Soon, you can see YouTube videos on your MP4 or Cell phone.

dotTech reviewed YouTubeGet in the past (almost two years ago) so be sure to check that review out if you are interested.

Typically YouTubeGet would cost you $29.95 but for a limited time (giveaway ends December 10, 2010) users can get YouTubeGet for free! While this freebie does not come with free updates or technical support, anyone that takes advantage of this freebie now can install/reinstall the program whenever they want

To get YouTubeGet for free, follow these simple directions:

Version being given out for free: v5.8.8

Free updates: No

Supported OS: Windows 2000 and higher

Download size: 4.04 MB

Giveaway time frame: This giveaway ends December 10, 2010

Note: Unless specifically stated otherwise in this article, YouTubeGet has not been tested or reviewed by dotTech (aside from checking to make sure this promotion is valid). Please do not take this post as an endorsement/rejection or review of the program. This article is simply to inform about the availability of this program as a freebie.

  • Download and install YouTubeGet.
  • After installation, run YouTubeGet and register it using the registration code WD663666127321:

  • Enjoy!

If you have trouble getting YouTubeGet for free post below and other dotTechies or I will try to help.

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  1. smaragdus

    I have just tested YouTubeGet and immediately rejected this downloader- very basic and not handy at all. At About menu there is not even the version number and the Settings menu is a kind of joke. It is ugly (the splash screen is abominable, something quite typical for commercial software) and looks .NET dependent.

    There are heaps of such downloaders, aTube Catcher seem to be the most powerful, Freemake Video Downloader – the simplest (.Net involved again) and iWisoft Free Video Downloader – the eye-candy, but unfortunately it is rarely updated so with YouYube being constantly changed it is not very reliable.

    There are many others that work too:
    BienneSoft YouTube Downloader
    Free FLV Download
    Free Media Catcher
    YouTube HD Transfer

    There are many Firefox plug-ins that can download embedded viewo too, my favourite one- UnPlug.

    Many sites also offer YouTube downloads, all one needs to do is just provide the url.

    So it is hard to imagine that anybody could spend money on video downloader. I did not need it, I just tested it for the sake of testing, I am very suspicious when such simple applications cost money offering noting either exceptional or really useful. The same case here, such applications usually aim at technically illiterate people.

  2. Hadley

    On Sunday 12/6/2010 at 9:00 pm in Calif all I could see was a discounted price and no way to register with the registration code. Maybe I’ll have to try another program, my wife wants a particular YouTube video.

  3. Jon E

    I prefer using one of the following programs for my Youtube downloading experience:
    First – Ashampoo ClipFinder HD
    I like using this because it has a built-in Youtube browser and downloader and it will always be free.

    Second – Freemake Downloader
    I love this program because it allows users to, not only download, but convert to common formats, such as MP4 and FLV. I also prefer this program, because it allows users to extract the original audio track from the video, without having to download the video first.

    Overall, I love your review on this Youtube Downloading solution, but I feel that Freemake is the way to go, for the reasons mentioned above.


  4. moe-chan

    Foxreal YouTube FLV Downloader Pro which was givenaway on GOTD a couple days ago does a bit more than this. That Foxreal thing can download online videos not only from YouTube but also Veoh, Hulu, Megavideo, even adult sites like Megap**n. Have not really tested this feature though, since I rarely need this kind of service a lot to start with.

  5. Ricardo Lopes

    As I can see you did’t fix your MCEComment.
    I have the same problem that you post, everything works just fine as long as I am logged into my admin account. However, for some reason, no one else – but an admin – can use the MCEComment. For the users just bold and italic works, but I really want to offer full options.

  6. Susan

    DVDVideoSoft has a free product that will download youtube, including in a batch, convert it to many formats, including the youtube to DVD. They also have converters for audio, video, & DVD, burners, decrypters. All for free. I’ve only used the youtube download & the youtube to DVD. It doesn’t automatically convert, I think after your finishes you have to manually tell it to convert.

    I just went to make sure I could find the website, & they’ve added more to the free studio since I last updated. You can download it all together, or just the parts you want.

  7. Ashraf
    Author/Mr. Boss

    BTW the developer lists two awards on the giveaway promotion page, one from 5/5 stars and one from Softpedia 5/5 stars. The reward is legit (links directly to the article where the ratings are listed) but the Softpedia rewards links to Softpedia’s homepage and to no particular review. I asked the developer about this Softpedia reward, asking him/her to clarify this point otherwise I wouldn’t publish this article. He/her told me YouTubeGet got the ratings from Softpedia last year but now Google asked Softpedia to remove all Youtube downloaders from their website, hence the software is no longer listed there. I did a quick (very quick) search on Softpedia for Youtube downloaders and it seems like the developer’s story is true – I can’t seem to find any downloaders.