Are you a video junkie? Are you someone who loves to watch videos on YouTube, Metacafe, Vimeo, Hulu or any other video websites? If so, Radbox is a service you would love to know about.

What Radbox does is, it lets you store all the interesting videos you come across from various places around the web in one centralized location and then recall them whenever you want. The good part of all these is that there are whole lot of video websites/services which are supported. Few of the important ones include YouTube, Vimeo, Metacafe, DailyMotion, CollegeHumor, Hulu, and others.


All you need to do is just sign-up with them (which takes a couple of seconds) and download a simple bookmarklet to your browser and click on the bookmarklet whenever you’re on a page with a video you want to save.

In my testing, it worked pretty well on those standard websites like YouTube and DailyMotion. But then it disn’t work on Megavideo, which is anyway not on supported list, but then I wish it was supported. You can even save the live streams, but they can’t be played back at a later time (pretty obvious).

With iPhone, iPad and Android apps, HTML5 video support, browser extensions and developer APIs expected soon, Radbox makes it to our “Must try” reco list.

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