Freemake Video Downloader 2.10 released
Freemake has released version 2.1 of its freeware video downloading tool. Freemake Video Downloader 2.1 contains a number of major new features, including a brand new one-click download mode, simplified link processing and an option to block downloading from adult sites by implementing a parental control password.
Version 2.1 also introduces the option for pausing and resuming downloads, plus boasts various interface improvements – including better responsiveness. It also includes a selection of bug fixes.
The major standout feature in version 2.1 is the new one-click download option. When switched on from the program’s main user interface, Freemake Video Downloader will automatically download the selected video using user-defined settings for input video quality, output format and destination folder. The new parental controls can be found on the Options button.
The program comes with built-in plug-ins for Firefox and Chrome users that allows them to extract video from the currently selected page with a single click in the browser toolbar; other browser users must copy and paste the website link into Freemake Video Converter.
Freemake Video Converter 2.1 is freeware, and runs on Windows XP, Vista and Windows 7. It works with over 40 video-hosting sites, including YouTube and Facebook. By logging in to either with your user account you can also download privately hosted video too. Other supported sites include Vevo, MTV, Dailymotion, Megavideo, Vimeo, and Photobucket.