Airy is a YouTube download manager developed by Eltima Software company. Airy for Mac is fully compatible with the latest MacOS Sierra and is perfect for those cases when you want to have a particular YouTube video available to you even offline or even if the uploader decides to remove it for some reason. Airy downloads YouTube videos right on your hard drive, Macs, and MacBooks alike.
And even though Airy for Mac is a neat little piece of software, it has a really impressive – however not overwhelming – feature list. This app can handle multiple downloads at the same time, so you don’t need to queue them. Also Airy allows you to save videos in different formats like MP4, MKV, WMV, etc. It supports a vast range of video resolutions up to 4K.
It is not just single videos you can download with Airy actually. You can easily download the whole YouTube playlist or channel with just one click. And for those videos that you are only interested in their soundtrack, you can save just the audio file, skipping the video. A great convenience indeed! All that and the title of the song as well as the album art is downloaded as well.
Additionally, Airy supports downloading of restricted/protected videos. You will need to log in your YouTube account to benefit from this option.
Airy also comes with a handy YouTube downloader browser extension that can be installed right from the app interface without any need to go online and search for this plugin separately. It works with Firefox, Chrome, Safari, and Opera.
All in all, Airy for Mac offers the most fun and simple way to download YouTube videos to your computer and enjoy them everywhere whenever you want.
It has a comprehensive tutorial, help page with various FAQ, and even live chat support on its homepage.
Free Airy allows you to test the app and save two videos to your hard drive. It only requires OS X 10.7 or higher and costs nothing.
The paid version costs $19.95 and will save all YouTube videos you want with all the perks added. This is definitely an excellent app to have on hand if you are an avid YouTube user.