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Download YouTube Videos as MP3 Songs

YouTube has good music videos, comedy acts, and more. But you cannot listen to them on your iPod or any other device. Well, today I bring you the solution to download YouTube videos as MP3 songs.

Now using these websites, you just need to enter a YouTube video address and wait for it to download and convert.
Good website to convert those YouTube videos to MP3 files. Has a little bit of ads but you will probably live with it.
This also has a good amount of ads. But hey, it does its job of converting!
Little more fancy graphics. But again, they should lay off on the ads!
A clean user interface with minimal ads (finally!). But the problem is, it will only convert some videos not all.

Suggested by Joshy (thanks!). This website has no advertisements so far.  Compared to others, they convert the files to be 128kbps audio not 64kbps audio (which is a good thing).

So that’s about it. There are probably many more websites that do this but these are the ones that work for me. And for Safari0 users having trouble downloading those MP3 files, you should check out my article “How to Save and Download MP3 Files in Macintosh Safari” for some help.

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  1. Joshy says:

    My favorite site is the other online converters have too much ads.

  2. El Nino says:

    Nice list, but i found common online converter only allowed max. 64Kbps bitrate output convert. If there any online converter allowed 128Kbps bitrate will be great.

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