(Pocket-lint) - YouTube is testing a download button for its website, to enable users to store a copy of a video for viewing later.
Already available to YouTube Premium subscribers on mobile, direct downloads to PC, Mac and Chromebook through a browser means you won't have to use third-party software or suspect sites.
After then, who knows? Hopefully, it'll become a mainstay of the normal YouTube experience.
According to Android Police, the feature is simple to use. Once signed up, you get a download button under the toolbar beneath the title. Downloaded videos can then be viewed on a specific YouTube download page.
It's worth noting that it will only work through Chromium browsers - so Google Chrome, Edge and Opera. Mac users won't be able to use the download option through Safari.
YouTube Premium costs £11.99 / $11.99 per month for a single membership, £17.99 / $17.99 per month for a family of six. You can sign-up for a one-month trial before paying a penny, and it includes YouTube Music Premium access.
You can find out more about the subscription service in our guide here: What is YouTube Premium, how much is it, and how does it work?