YouTube Premium Users can Now Download Videos in 1080p Quality

YouTube is a widely known video-sharing website. It offers a wide variety of user-generated and corporate media videos. Available content includes video clips, TV show clips, music videos, short and documentary films, audio recordings, movie trailers, live streams, and other content such as video blogging, short original videos, and educational videos.

YouTube has some amazing news for you all. Regular and YouTube Premium customers can binge-watch with 1080p offline.

Long ago, YouTube created ease for its users by enabling the “Download” option. If you are in a place out of Wi-Fi or 4G, or if you are sitting in a plane for a flight of more than 14 hours, you can download movies, plays or other videos from YouTube easily. YouTube provides the best solution to kill time.

1080p Available Now
Watching a movie with 720p on a large screen (like Smart TVs) was more of displeasure than a state of comfort and satisfaction. Thereafter, it turns out to be a headache as it did not offer an HD view. The pixels are disturbed, and the image is not clear. YouTube has found a solution for its valuable audience. Till now, the maximum limit is 720p. Google confirmed that 1080p is now available for both, Android and iOS users.

YouTube Premium
YouTube Premium (formerly YouTube Red) is a paid streaming subscription service that provides advertising-free streaming of all videos hosted by YouTube, exclusive original content produced in collaboration with the site's creators, access to audio-only versions of videos on the YouTube Music app, as well as offline playback and playback of videos on mobile devices.

YouTube Premium allows watching original YouTube plays and movies. This feature is restricted to YouTube Premium customers only. Watching 1080p offline videos is a treat for those who pay approximately $12 per month for a Premium subscription. 

The upgrade to 1080p is being reported by both iOS and Android users, but the rollout is happening very slowly. It could, therefore, be a while before the option appears for everyone, but with the huge amount of extra data downloading such an option requires, it makes sense for Google to be cautious.