There are a variety of reasons people might want an image or video from a social network. Maybe they want to share it with their friends or save it to watch later. However, most social media applications make it very difficult to acquire these things. For example, Facebook, Instagram, and other similar apps do not allow you to upload video content. Instagram does not allow you to download the images you like. There are too many social media networks and many social media downloaders. We think we’ve found the best ones, so let’s check them out.
The list includes apps that save images and videos from Instagram, Facebook, GIFs, and Twitter, and videos from TikTok. We may add apps for other social networks
1. All-in-one video downloader
Price – Free Download here Developer: Ali Sashimi
All in One Video Downloader allows you to download videos from different platforms. It supports Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. You just get the app share link, open this app and paste the link in the app to get the video. The app also includes a video player from which you can watch the videos or you can just use your device’s video player if you prefer. This one works most of the time, but some people may have intermittent issues here and there downloading something, especially if they use it a lot in a short time. It has ad support with no premium version, so be prepared for ads.
2. FastSave for Instagram
Price – Free Download here Developer : Photo and video applications
FastSave for Instagram is one of the best social media video downloaders specifically for Instagram and Facebook. It works with photo and video content. You can also save ordinary photos and videos with stories. The app also includes a dashboard to manage everything, a viewer to see what you’ve saved, and a secret locker to hide your special photos and videos. It even has a batch backup feature. Some people have reported that the actual backup feature is a bit problematic on some phones, but it worked reasonably well for us. The application is free with ads.
Price – Free / $1.99 Download here Developer: FastVid
FastVid is a video downloader specifically for Facebook. You simply share a video link to the app and it takes care of the rest. This one is good because you don’t need to be logged in or even interact with Facebook except to get the share link for the video. Like most users, you can search, save and watch the videos from the app. There’s also a built-in browser in case you don’t want to use the official Facebook app. Some features are a bit buggy, but the download functions seem to work well.
4. Free video downloader
Price – Free Download here Developer: Studio Video Downloader X
We tend to avoid apps with generic names. However, this one is one of the best video downloaders. It supports many social media platforms including Vimeo, DailyMotion, Reddit, Tumblr, Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram. Moreover, you can convert videos to MP3 audio files in case you want to download a song or something like that. The app also includes a very basic video editor along with things like SD card support and no watermark. The application is very simple in terms of functionality, which frustrates some people, but the actual download functionality works well.
5. Bulletsaver Video Downloader
Price – Free Download here Developer: CornerGem
Bulletsaver Video Downloader is one of the biggest names in social media downloaders. It supports a variety of social media websites and you can save the videos in a variety of formats. You can even make an MP3 if you just want the audio without the video. It also works for HD images if you need it. You can use it for TikTok, Instagram, Facebook, Vimeo, and other social sites. The premium version is quite expensive at $110.99.
Price – Free / up to $4.99 Download here Developer: HypeAboutLife
It is one of the newest social media downloaders and only released in March 2021. It supports TikTok and Instagram. It should also work on most websites with built-in video players. The app includes most of the usual stuff, including a video player, no watermarks, and a separate gallery to display your images and video content.
Price – Free Download here Developer: Naevtamarkus
Tweet2gif is one of the most popular tools for downloading GIFs from Twitter. Twitter won’t let you download them for some silly reason and this tool makes it easy for you. All you have to do is share the tweet link to the app and the app parses it and returns a GIF. You download the GIF in MP4 format or Looping Animated GIF format. The app works as expected. There are bots on Twitter that can do the same thing, but the application is just easier.
8. Video Downloader for TikTok – No Watermark
Price – Free Download here Developer: Alpa Bhanushali
It’s a bad name for an application, but the app itself works awesome. The app works as it says. It lets you download videos from TikTok and doesn’t add a watermark when you do. It uses two different download methods. The first uses the old copy link method where you copy a shared link into the app and try to download the video. The second method you can share the video link directly to the app instead of copying and pasting. This works for most people, although some seem to have issues from time to time. The only downside is the hilarious ads.
9. AZ Screen Recorder
Price – Free Download here Developer: AZ Screen Recorder
There is a manual method that does not require any social media downloader. Basically, any screen recorder is useful for capturing video content and any screen capture feature can capture an image. It’s not the highest quality way to do it and it takes a bit of setup, but it works 100% of the time. We have an AZ Screen Recorder linked to the button, but most modern Android phones have a built-in screen recording feature. Again, that’s kinda neat, but it still works as long as you don’t mind on-screen elements for stuff like TikTok.
10. Instagram Photos Videos Downloaders
Here’s the thing. You don’t really need any other app for a lot of things. There are download websites for pretty much any form of content, including Instagram photos, Facebook videos, and even stuff like YouTube videos. There are a ton of them, so we won’t list them here, but you can easily find them via Google search. Websites have an inherent advantage of not being apps, so you don’t have to worry about anything happening on your phone. Plus, it’s more convenient for people who don’t download things very often in case they need a one-time download. The sites are usually free with a bunch of ads, but most of them usually work.