YouTube Premium, the membership service offered by YouTube for clients who need access to additional features, has now added the capacity to save videos from favorite channels and recent topics for offline viewing. The new feature, which is just available to members, enables users to helps users ensure they always have access to the videos that interest them the most.
According to a report from Android Police, it appears that YouTube is testing out a new feature for YouTube Premium subscribers where they are giving users the option of downloading videos automatically on behalf of the user. According to the description, it seems that these will be based on the favorite topics chosen by the user where users will be able to choose from various channels and subjects.
The feature should make it simpler for individuals to stay aware of the most recent videos from their latest creators, and it’s fairly reminds us of Netflix’s Smart Downloads. Videos will be downloaded for offline use, so they’ll be accessible to watch even when the user isn’t connected to the internet.
However, as of now, it isn’t yet clear whether the feature is rolling out to everyone, or if it’s constrained to specific areas or platforms. YouTube rolled out a similar feature for YouTube Music, where the streaming service will automatically download up to 500 songs that it thinks you like.
As already informed earlier, this feature seems to be only available to YouTube Premium subscribers so if you don’t have a subscription, then you won’t be able to use it.