Free Downloader for Netflix Taken Offline DVDVideoSoft will no longer offer a downloading tool for Netflix after being approached by a third-party with a trademark complaint. Industry experts believe that the Downloader won’t come back.
You may know Netflix as a video streaming platform, but many use it to download copyrighted content. Netflix started offering a download option for some videos on its mobile versions just a few weeks ago (not including desktop PCs running Windows). However, Free Netflix Downloader developed by DVDVideoSoft was meant to fill this gap. The software became the first Windows app enabling users to download Netflix videos to their PCs via user-friendly interface.
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