Frankfurt, Germany – Eltima Software is pleased to announce the release of Airy 3.0, an update to their successful YouTube download app for Mac. Airy is an easy-to-use app brilliantly solving the task it was meant to solve. Download your favorite YouTube videos in a desired quality and resolution. Videos can be saved as MP4, FLV, and 3GP. Don’t forget its ability to save MP3 tracks from YouTube videos.
With its simple and neat interface, Airy effortlessly solves its main task of downloading videos. It offers saving YouTube videos is the following formats: MP4, FLV, and 3GP formats in a resolution of your choice. When there is no need to download the video from YouTube, but just its sound – one can simply choose MP3 type from the list and extract just the sound file.
Airy lets its users add an unlimited number of YouTube links and download multiple videos at a time. The downloading location is customizable in Airy’s settings or there is an option to be asked every time before saving the video. One can download the complete YouTube playlists at once as well as YouTube channels. Downloading YouTube channels is a new feature of Airy 3.0. New version also adds the possibility to choose the best available quality for each video in playlist.
New Airy 3.0 also offers the ability to log in to your YouTube account for the possibility to download age-restricted and protected videos. A neat little update is event notifications for Airy via Notification Center to keep users aware of the downloading progress.
Pricing and Availability:
Airy YouTube Downloader costs $19.95 (USD) with unlimited possibilities of downloading numerous YouTube videos. There is a free demo version that allows 2 free downloads.
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