vGet (Stream, Download, DLNA)
50,000 - 100,000 downloads
- Could be useful
- Easy to use
- Many restrictions right now
Download and stream HTML5 and flash videos
vGet (Stream, Download and DLNA) is an application that allows you to stream and download HTML5 and some Flash videos from any website of the world.
Hows does it work? Here are some of the requirements: in order to open a URL from the web browser, you just need to click on Share and select the vGet option. In order to view flash videos, you should enable the Flash mode and disable it when you want to watch HTML5 ones. Download a video player to stream your favorite videos.
Whenever you have everything ready, you just need to visit a website with those characteristics and click on the download button.
schibum is the developer of vGet, an application which is still on its early steps and might present problems, as the developers state on their description. Take into account that YouTube is not supported.
See below for pricing options.
Now also available for Chrome: http://goo.gl/ETMNa3
Play Videos directly on your Smart TV
vGet supports DLNA/UPnP to play (cast) videos directly on a DLNA-Device in your local network. Many devices out there support DLNA, for example Smart TVs, XBox, MediaCenters, AllShare Devices etc. As opposed to many other DLNA-tools, vGet does not relay the video stream over your mobile device but streams directly from the internet. This saves battery life - the video even keeps playing when you switch off your Android device completely. So vGet offers Chromecast-like functionality without requiring additional hardware.
It also supports Chromecast.
Download any video for later offline viewing. vGet includes an integrated download manager that supports multiple concurrent connections to speed up downloads. It automatically increases the number of connections as long as this improves the download speed, if supported by the server.
Play embedded videos with the player of your choice. Choose any installed Video-Player (e.g. MXPlayer, VLC, etc.) to stream them directly without downloading. This even works for flash videos.
vGet works as a simple web-browser and is therefore able to detect HTML5-Videos on any site. It can even detect some flash-videos, without requiring flash player to be installed. Note that support for flash videos is limited, so don't expect it to work on every site. But it has been reported to work quite some sites, including putlocker, sockshare, movshare, novamov, filenuke, played, nowvideo, clicktovie, nosvideo, videozed, faststream, nowvideo, potlocker, putme, bitshare, streamcloud, movreel, vidstream.in, xvidstage, billionuploads, primeshare, ginbig, ...
This is a trial version that is limited to a 14 day trial period. The trial can be unlocked inside the App (in-app billing) for ~3.30 € plus VAT, if applicable. You'll see the exact price in your local currency before you buy it. Buying it removes Ads and allows to use it for a unlimited time on all your devices that use the same Google-Play account for installation.
Alternatively it can be used for free by recommending it to others using the integrated referral feature. Each successful referral earns you one additional month of free usage. There is no limit to this rule. So you can use it free indefinitely by referring enough users.
Why don't you offer vGet completely for free without requiring referrals?
Developing and maintaining an App costs money. For some very popular Apps, Ads can cover these costs. Unfortunately that doesn't work for vGet. We think that the 14 day trial period should allow you to figure out if actually want to use it. Charging for vGet is the only way to keep working.
But it's way too expensive: Well, you often don't even get a pint of beer for that amount. Also be aware that we've to spent at least 2/3 of the price on transaction fees and taxes.
- Youtube is not supported due to terms of service restrictions.
- No support for any streaming formats (HLS, rtsp)
- Flash videos are not detected on all websites
Reasons for App-Permissions:
- Full network access: required for downloads and DLNA.
- WLAN-Multicast: required for DLNA to detect local devices.
- USB-Storage: required for saving downloads.
- Start at boot: to resume downloads automatically after rebooting.
- Prevent sleep mode: required while downloading to keep active downloads running.
- Accounts (use accounts on the device/find accounts): Used as authentication for the optional referral feature.
If you experience any problems or have suggestions for improvements, please report them on http://vget.w69b.com/bugs.
0.4.4: Improves video detection, especially in mobile-mode for playlist-based html5 videos (ad-pre-rolls)
0.4.3: vGet is now available as a paid, ad-free version
0.4.2: Fixes some issues related to Chromecast.
0.4.1: Chromecast support
Some lists where this application appears: Reviewed by Anna Grace.
If you were using this just for the Chromecast function... Chrome beta for Android just added the same function in a experimental test. All the 14 day trial, friend spamming, ads and high prices won't need to be complained about! I didn't give one star b
Grabbing video is easy. DLNA cast doesn't work for me - might be I'm not using it right, but the other stuff is easy. Worth it just to grab video with no ads...
Can you please add user agent mobile
I used to love this app. I used it for everything but after this stupid update we have to pay. I've been using this app for free for as long as I can remember to stream videos and now we hace have to pay to use it. Such a disappointment
For A $5.00 App I Expected More, Being Able To Download Videos Is Far And Few Between, Which Is The Main Reason For The Purchase... Check Out "Get Them All" combine some of the downloading capabilities of that app and you'd have a winner! Chromecast integ