Apps with 'Dailymotion' feature
watch2gether.com is a service that allows you to watch videos in-sync together with your friends.
Streamlink CLI pipes/directs video streams (RTMP, HLS) from various services (plugin list available) into a standalone media player of choice. (VLC, MPV).No screenshots yet
Clipconverter.cc Accelerator, a downloader offered when you convert a video, is malware (some say it's a ransomware, CryptoWall)! You can read more about this in WOT comments: https://www.mywot.com/en/scorecard/ClipConverter.cc
Online video converter that can also convert and download videos from video hosting sites.
Site opens malicious pop-ups and downloads may contain adware. See https://www.virustotal.com/en/file/e9341a279b71d9d42eab45bd5e84da86bd40791e31147922a1bf9f46a1fc01a5/analysis/
FLVto lets you download YouTube videos by URL and convert them into other formats such as mp3, avi and mp4.
The video browser for motion freedom, MotionBox is a desktop client for streaming video that lets you stream videos from YouTube, Vimeo and Dailymotion.
The easy way to download videos from YouTube, Facebook, Instagram, Vimeo, Adobe.tv, SoundCloud, and more.
Real-time synchronized playback.
Dark theme. No sign up required. All Open Source.
Use your Mac as optimal media center!
Best Free YouTube Downloader for Android, which can download and convert videos to mp3, mp4 format from YouTube, Dailymotion, Vimeo, Facebook, Instagram, Bilibili, Niconico, SoundCloud and more.
Freedom! is a unique YouTube partnership network connecting people & tools - towards success.No screenshots yet
Download 4k videos, 1080p videos, HD videos, subtitles, thumbnails, posters, filmstrip, tags from Dailymotion.
Broadcast YOUR shit. Not corporate shit.
The quick and easy way to create, view and share branded playlists from any device and video source.
No registration or email, just pick a room and go. Custom emoticons, synced watching of videos, videocalls, image sharing and more.No screenshots yet
Millions of videos with no end in sight … First there was YouTube, then MySpace, then MyVideo (or was it the other way round?) and now it's the turn of MovieSaver.