The world’s biggest social network with over 2 billion monthly active users, Facebook has naturally become one of the biggest video sites while apparently lying about its metrics to get more advertisers. YouTube for the time people spends watching stuff on their phones, tablets, laptops or TV. But unlike YouTube, Facebook doesn’t yet have an offline-view feature. This means if you are wondering how to download Facebook videos, it’s not as simple as hit the download button and done. If you’ve ever wondered how you can download Facebook videos on your choice of device.
Open the Facebook video you want to download in the Facebook app or the website. On the app, hit share and then tap Copy Link. On the website, copy the link in the URL bar. Open fbdown.net in a browser that supports downloading. Most Android browsers do, including Chrome. Paste the link where it asks you to and clicks Download. On the next page, tap and hold on the quality normal or HD you desire if you’re using Chrome. On Firefox, just tap on the link, and then tap and hold on the video. Choose Download Link in Chrome, Save Video in Firefox, or the equivalent in your browser. The video will be saved in your Downloads folder. Check your browser settings for save location, if it’s not in there.