TubePlayer is a small software program that permits you to play YouTube videos on the desktop without having to resort to a web browser. It's capable of playing entire playlists as well.
The tool includes just a couple of intuitive options that can be handled by all types of users, whether or not they have previous experience with such apps.
Simple setup and interface
After a swift and uncomplicated installation operation, you are welcomed by a common-looking window that contains a few options and a URL bar where you can type or paste the link of the YouTube clip you're trying to play.
Play YouTube clips and playlists
Plyback can be stopped anytime. As previously mentioned, the application lets you paste the link of a YouTube playlist, in order to play all videos sequentially. It shows the name of each clip on the right side of the screen.
What's more, it's able to shuffle the videos and save the playlist as a TubePlayer file to open it later. Apart from the fact that you can remove any item from the list, there are no other notable options available here.
Evaluation and conclusion
The tool didn't put a strain on the overall performance of the machine in our tests, as it needed low CPU and memory to work properly. However, it hasn't been updated for a long time and doesn't support the latest YouTube link format. Nevertheless, you can test it for yourself, since it's free.