Aimersoft YouTube Downloader

Aimersoft YouTube Downloader 4.10

Aimersoft YouTube Downloader is a video downloader and converter
4.8  (9 votes)
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Aimersoft YouTube Downloader is a video downloader and converter. Along with YouTube videos, the application also supports services like Google Videos, Vevo, Facebook, AOL, Hulu, Metacafe, and many others. It includes features such as batch video downloads and video recorder.

There are three ways of downloading videos with this app, and one of these is through the browser plugin. Another way is by copying and pasting a video URL, letting the program take care of the rest. Alternatively, you can use the built-in web browser to look for your favorite videos on any supported site. The app supports batch video downloads and this version adds the possibility of downloading entire YouTube and Lynda playlists. Downloads can be paused and resumed with a single click, and it is also possible to enable the Turbo Mode for optimized download speeds.

As far as video resolution goes, the free trial supports videos in HD quality and YouTube 3D videos, while the registered program lets you download Full HD and 4K content.

Once your video has been downloaded, you can convert it into a preferred audio or video format, like MP3, M4A, MOV, WMA, etc. To simplify the conversion task, the app includes presets for specific mobile devices, like Samsung, Apple, and Motorola, and game consoles.

Aimersoft YouTube Downloader has an appealing interface that lets you download and convert videos in a quick and easy way. The program runs on all Windows platforms and requires moderate resources.

Mariel Rearte
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Review summary


  • All-in-one video downloader
  • Includes a video converter with support for many formats and devices
  • Supports batch downloads
  • Supports playlist downloads
  • Includes a web browser and a video recorder
  • Built-in video player


  • The trial version is too limited
  • Trial does not let you choose the video quality
  • The list of presets is a bit outdated
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