Peggo – The Ultimate App To Convert Your YouTube Videos Straight To Audio Tracks

Have you ever wondered of having a convenient and easy way of storing your YouTube video songs and others tracks in the audio format? If you have been looking for one such platform, Peggo might be your right destination.

Peggo is an online application that lets you download your favourite YouTube tracks, videos and other stuff both in the video and audio MP3 format at absolute ease. Its as easy as just copying the YouTube link in the Peggo box, selecting the audio/video format that you need, click the download button and you are done.

Peggo is available directly as a web app, both for desktop and mobile. You can also download the app on your Android handsets by following the instructions given. The Peggo app comes with some very interesting features like integrated search, audio normalisation, automatic silence removal and much more.

The good thing about Peggo App is that for iOS users, it also supports downloads from the SoundCloud tracks by just copying the links.

So to begin with understanding about how to download the Peggo and get started, follow the following few quick and simple steps.

Step 1: Download the App for your Android device running Android 4.1 and above version from above listed link.  Follow all the instructions given on the page and restrictions to allow downloading from third-party sources.

Step 2: Once downloaded, you can search for the songs you want to download using Peggo’s own integrated search. However, the other way to download is just copy the YouTube or the SoundCloud link in the search box and proceed ahead with the download.

Step 3: Peggo gives you the option to adjust what portion of the song you want to download. This means choosing the start and end points within the song itself. In case, you don’t want to download the entire song and select only a portion to set it as you ringtone, this feature comes very handy. Also, the MP3 “Normalise” option will help you to maintain consistent audio levels.

Most of the tracks that you choose to download will be available in the default bit rates. The bit rates are selectable between 128kbps and 256kbps.

Note that all the tracks can be played with default and third-party music player. In case, you choose Google Play Music as your option, the songs will first get uploaded to your cloud account and you can access it from anywhere.

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