There comes a certain point in life when we all need a reliable app for downloading videos online. That’s where an app like TubeMate comes in handy, as it’s capable of getting your desired videos from Instagram, Twitter, TouTube, and many other sites. And although the app is normally available only for Android, you can access it from a computer with a little tech magic.
Emulators like ARChon, Bliss OS, or GameLoop can do the job for you and make TubeMate working on your computer. But regardless of how great an app could be, nobody likes it anymore when it triggers a pesky error. The ‘Sorry for the interruption’ message displays itself when you want to access YouTube, and now it’s time to learn how to get rid of the error.
The solution is easy-peasy
The purpose of this error message from YouTube is to make sure that you’re not a bot. Therefore, getting rid of the message is like a walk in the park. All you have to do is to go through the simple process of verifying that you are not a robot. Select the ‘I’m not a robot’ checkbox and complete the little captcha test. Then, select ‘Submit’ and you’ll now be able to use TubeMate without any problems.
If you still never tried out TubeMate, you should check out a description from a website that offers the app as an APK:
“Downloaded videos are stored by default onto your smartphone, but you can also download them directly onto your SD card. Definitively TubeMate 3 is a downloader tool that’s really easy to use and has the added appeal of allowing you to download any video file off of YouTube within seconds. This third version of the app also has a very elegant interface that’s a major improvement on earlier versions.”
TubeMate is definitely worth installing, and we can hope that someday it will officially be available on PCs as well.