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Developer(s) Vitzo Limited
Written in C#
Operating system Windows
Platform .NET
Available in English, French, Dutch, German, Spanish, Portuguese, Turkish, Japanese, Korean, Chinese
Type Media, Downloads
License Freeware
Website https://vdownloader.com

VDownloader is software originally developed by Enrique Puertas Sanz,[1] an ICT professor at the Universidad Europea de Madrid. The application was released as freeware in 2007. Halfway through 2008, VDownloader reached the milestone of 8 million active users. In 2009, VDownloader was acquired by Vitzo Limited, a software development and online marketing company. Within just a few months, Vitzo released VDownloader 2.0 which was developed from scratch in C#.NET to replace the original Pascal-based application.

In November 2010, Vitzo released VDownloader 3.0 and branched the product into a Free and Plus version. This latest generation of VDownloader featured some never-before-seen features among video downloading software, such as fully automated feed downloads, a download planner/scheduler and Facebook integration. Other new additions included the integrated DVD burner, the History feature which is basically a stream catcher allowing videos watched in the browser to be saved/converted without downloading it again, and the option to convert videos from the hard disk through fully configurable output formats. you can Also Download the Apk of VDownloader on Techwhiz [2]

With VDownloader users can download videos from websites such as YouTube, Google,[1] DailyMotion, MySpace, Porkolt, Metacafe, Break, 123 Video, Bolt, VSocial and Yahoo!. The files are saved to the hard drive and can be automatically encoded as MPEG, AVI, VCD, DVD, iPod, PSPS or FLV.


  1. ^ a b "Vdownloader" (in Spanish). uptodown.com. Retrieved 2014-02-16. 
  2. ^ "Vdownloader [mirror TechWhiz]". uptodown.com. Retrieved 2014-02-16. 

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