On this beautiful sunny morning (in reality, the article is scheduled, and I have no idea about the weather today, but hey, let’s assume that the weather is nice), I would like to present to you a treasure for video and music lovers (everyone…). It’s called Seal.
Whether you want to take your favorite playlist on vacation away from any Internet access or enjoy a podcast during your daily commute, Seal makes your life on Android easier by offering you an all-in-one solution.
Let me give you some details about the features of this wonderful open-source software.
First, it lets you download videos and audio from all the most popular platforms. Whether you want to save that viral kitten video to your phone to show your friends later or need that lecture masterclass for your next project, Seal will help you get it all back.
Next, Seal organizes your downloaded files, embedding metadata to help you keep everything tidy. No more audio files with strange, unpronounceable titles or videos without thumbnails that make navigating your gallery painful.
And if there’s an entire playlist you want to download for your next road trip, no problem! Seal lets you download it in one go, saving you valuable time.
For anyone who likes to watch movies or videos in foreign languages, Seal allows you to add subtitles to your downloaded videos so you can enjoy your content without worrying about understanding.
The tool also has a user-friendly interface to make your downloading experience smooth and enjoyable.
You can download Seal on GitHub and F-Droid.