Phil’s software review #1 – AllMyTube

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Thanks to GeekBrainDump, I am now receiving a bit of swag to review. My first gift was a license of Wondershare’s AllMyTube video downloader and converter. I was particularly intrigued by this program because I had been trying to use some of Wondershare’s other software to convert video. If you are from Wondershare and you are reading this, I would love to review one or many of your other products. However, I like to be honest so I will give all of my thoughts about AllMyTube, good and bad.

First thoughts

The pro software is well laid out, easy to use and I haven’t experienced any adverts yet, which is especially nice. My first impression is very good – it has already beaten the YouTube downloader from DVDVideoSoft and website KeepVid in many ways.


I tested AllMyTube and its main competitors ( and DVDVideoSoft’s YouTube downloader) systematically, and you can see the results below:

Test AllMyTube Full KeepVid (free) DVDVideoSoft (free)
Downloads YouTube videos? Successful Successful Successful
Converts YouTube videos? Successful Successful, but limited device-specific conversion Successful, but limited device-specific conversion
Other websites avaliable? Yes, many Yes, many No option
Download in HD? Yes Yes Yes
Adverts embedded? No Yes, many Some

Overall, we can see that AllMyTube Full is the winner. If you are looking to get the free version, it can be compared to the free DVDVideosoft application, because it offers some free limited conversion. AllMyTube is honestly a great program, with many brilliant conversion options but I have to say that it is nothing particularly special. You may want to read Eli Etherton’s article on transferring videos from the computer to your phone, if you are desperate for this feature.


Phil Tower

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