Can you download videos onn the iPhone?


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2010-07-16 17:09:16
2010-07-16 17:09:16

Sort of. You can download videos through Podcast.


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To download videos on Move Star Planet, you can download the application for your iPhone. Then, create a movie on the website and add that movie to your iPhone account.

The easiest way to download YouTube videos to your iPhone is to download and install the YouTube app on your phone.

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the iPhone can go online and you can download music,shows, and videos.

Certainly. If you have iPhone 2G or iPhone 3G, you will have to download Cycorder which is free, but require that you jailbreak your iPhone. iPhone 3GS can record video out of the box.

You cann watch themm onn Youtube.com.

Download I tunes from the apple website. There you can buy music and videos

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You can try Video Download Capture. Video Download Capture is the best videos download tool to help you download online videos and download music videos; the most powerful video download search engine will help you get any video as you want. It's also a great tool to download free videos. The built-in video editing tool will help you crop, trim, convert videos to any format and size. Get videos for your iPod, iTunes, iPhone, PowerPoint presentation, and PSP etc. If want to capture any online videos such as YouTube, Dailymotion, Google Video, Megavideo, iMeem, MySpace, and Yahoo etc, Video Download Capture is just for you.

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In order to play videos from Dailymotion you need Adobe Flash player but you can not get Adobe Flash for the ipod touch or the iphone. Due to numerous complaints, apple will eventually add it to the ipod touch and iphone software.

You may download games straight from your iPhone using the App Store. You may also download games from your computer using iTunes.

If you download RealPlayer you can download some of the videos.

go on to iTunes and download the iPhone update 2.0 then download them from the app store

You can download iTunes songs on an iPhone without plugging it into the computer. You can download the iTunes on the iPhone.

An iphone is like a computer, you can go on any website as long as you don't watch videos or play games. but that's what i know maybe you can download flashplayer.

i download them directly to my iphone via the iappworld.net free iphone app available on the appstore ...

There's an app that you purchase from the iTunes store called "Autoplay" and "Web downloader." Download them and you can download videos from YouTube. If this doesn't work, google "free youtube downloads" and click on one of the results. Install it, and it'll teach you how.

As for me, I recover deleted videos and pictures by using iPhone data recovery.

You can download and convert videos using download managers. They are the ones that can convert the videos as well.

There are two ways for you: 1. Use a PC software, like Gihosoft TubeGet, a free yet practical YouTube downloader. You use it to download YouTube videos to your computer, then transfer the videos to your memory card. 2. If you are using a mobile device, like Android or iPhone, you can use the app such as TubeMate to download the videos directly to your smartphone.

No, it cannot, only the 3gs can do videos

The video cannot played on iPhone because it is in the wrong format. The videos to be played on iPhone have to be in the right format. In particular, the iPhone will not play videos in Adobe Flash format.

A program you download over the enternet and you use it to put songs, or videos on your ipod, iphone, mp3 player, ect.. itunes is a program that lets u buy music, videos, and games for your ipod.

One can download the Crank ringtone for the iPhone online and then transfer it to his or her iPhone or one can download it directly from the store on the iOS device.

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