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NewPipe - A lightweight Youtube frontend for Android


NewPipe does not use any Google framework libraries, or the YouTube API. It only parses the website in order to gain the information it needs. Therefore this app can be used on devices without Google Services installed. Also, you don't need a YouTube account to use NewPipe, and it's FLOSS. Although NewPipe only supports YouTube at the moment, it's designed to support many more streaming services. The plan is, that NewPipe will get such support by the version 2.0.

yturl - YouTube videos on the command line


yturl gets direct media URLs to YouTube media, freeing you having to view them in your browser. yturl is still maintained, but is pretty much "done". Outside of changes to match YouTube API changes, bug fixes, and support for newer Python versions, development is complete.