Minitube is an open source application for watching YouTube without using Flash.
It’s a native YouTube client. Watch YouTube in a different way; type a keyword and Minitube offers an endless video stream.
Please be aware that Minitube is not the most stable application and it can prove a challenge to watch videos on certain Ubuntu and Debian configurations.
- Plays HD videos up to 1080p. Go full-screen and watch them play smoothly.
- Subscribe to YouTube channels and be notified of new videos without needing a YouTube account.
- Find missing parts of a multi-part video.
- Take video snapshots at full resolution.
- Sort videos by relevance, date, view count and rating.
- Filter videos by publication date, video duration and video quality.
- Choose the maximum video resolution up to 1080p.
- Editable playlist: drag’n’drop and remove videos.
- Search by keyword, channel name or paste a YouTube link. Suggestions while typing.
- Spell suggestions: “Did you mean…”.
- Remembers recent keywords and channels.
- YouTube categories: “Most Popular”, “Music”, “Games”, etc.
- Related videos.
- Compact mode: a small, always-on-top window.
- Full screen mode: mouse cursor, toolbar and playlist autohide.
- Float on top.
- Stop after this video option.
- Copy YouTube link to clipboard.
- Share on Facebook, Twitter, Buffer and via email.
- Conserve battery power by not using the Flash Player.
- Translated to more than 30 languages including German, French, Italian, Russian, Danish, Dutch, Spanish, Portuguese, Hebrew, and Chinese.
Developer: Geometer Plus LLC
License: GNU GPL v2
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