Save streaming videos straight to your hard drive [Deals]

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MovieSherlock Pro Video Downloader for Mac
This app will download your favorite videos from pretty much any major streaming site.
Photo: Cult of Mac Deals

Streaming videos have made our favorite content available pretty much anywhere we go. It’s also made the loss of an internet connection cause for disappointment and frustration. Luckily, it’s real easy to download your favorite streaming video from basically any site straight to your hard drive.

Movie Sherlock is a simple app that downloads video from thousands of streaming sites. This can be seriously handy. Maybe it’s a lecture you’re saving for later, a playlist you want for a long bus ride, or something you won’t be able to watch where you’re going (hello geo-restrictions). And right now you can get MovieSherlock Pro for $15 at Cult of Mac Deals.

MovieSherlock downloads videos at 15 times the normal speed, and can save numerous videos at the same time. That means a short wait for a long video playlist. It’ll convert videos to MP4 and MP3 formats, with option for keeping the original format and high definition quality, all the way up to 1080P. It’ll even keep the subtitles for videos saved from YouTube and DailyMotion. On top of all that, it integrates straight with iTunes for easy syncing to iPhone, iPad, iPod, and other devices.

Buy now: Get MovieSherlock Pro for Mac for $15. That’s a full 62 percent off the usual price.

  • DCJ001

    “Save streaming videos straight to your hard drive”

    “Hard drive?” I have not used a hard drive in years?

    • Gary Deezy

      no one cares.

    • AD Purvis

      So, not used a laptop? Or ipad? Or tablet? Or any computer? Those have hard drives. #DumbestCommentAward

      • Eddy Castro

        Solid State Drives are a thing. Maybe they were referring to that.?

      • AD Purvis

        It’s still a hard drive.

      • Eddy Castro

        Not really, SSD are a different technology than HDD

      • AD Purvis

        Oh, god. Are actually having this discussion? It’s a solid state DRIVE!? It’s still a hard drive. The ONLY difference is one spins and one doesn’t. Seriously.

      • Eddy Castro

        Isn’t that’s enough difference to distinguish the two? For that reason one has significantly higher read/write speeds, is quieter, etc.

      • AD Purvis

        That doesn’t mean anything. It’s still a HARD DRIVE.