How To Download Songs From YouTube In mp3

Music is considered as one of the finest form of art. In this world there are only few people who will say I don’t like music, but most of us surely love music. Therefore listening music is kind of plesure for humans. YouTube is considered to be best and official source of video/music/songs for creators and viewers. Listing music is very heart warming and energetic. Daily lots of people spend their time in surfing for music directory to download songs, but none of them work as expected. Hence in this article we will show you how to download songs directly from YouTube.

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This method is only for Mozilla Firefox users or you need Mozilla Firefox in order to download songs. This method is very simple and quick. This method only works on Laptop/PC.

How To Download Songs From YouTube

  • Open Mozilla Firefox and open Google search engine. Once open enter “Mozilla extensions” and hit search. As shown below.Download songs
  • Now, select and open first link from search results. Once open, In search bar enter “Simple YouTube Downloader” and hit Enter. As shown below.Download songs
  • Now Select and open the option as shown below.download songs
  • On addon page Click on “+Add to Firefox” and then “Add”. As shown below. A popup will open simply click “Ok”downlaod songs
  • Open YouTube.com and In search bar, enter your desired song in order to download songs and hit search.
  • Once your desired video appered in search simply open and below video tittle you will see “Convert & Download” click to open download link. As shown below.download songs
  • A popup page will open, now click on “HQ MP3” for MP3 or choose according to your preference. Once you click any option the system will download songs. As shown below.download songs

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I am Vaibhav Kulkarni, Blogger By Passion, Civil Engineer By Profession. I am Tech Enthusiast and Travel Lover. I started my journey 3 years back with some ideas and no coding experience. I was always fascinated with technology and its credibility. I firmly believe in “Creating jobs rather than asking for one”.

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