MyMedia allows you to download videos and music played in YouTube and Safari onto your iPhone. After you install the app, any music or video you play (via YouTube or Safari) will be added to the application. When you open MyMedia, you will get the main menu. Here you will see how many files you have downloaded, a list of Know Bugs and a list of Future Functions. To see a list of the videos and music available to download to your iPhone select the Download option. Here you will see a list of all the video and music you have played in either YouTube or Safari. These are not yet download to your iPhone, just a list of the files you have played that are available to be downloaded to your iPhone. To download a file, tap on it.
Once you have select the file you would like to download, you are given three options; Download, Play or Cancel. If you select Play, it will play the file but it will not download it to you iPhone. If you select Download, you will get a screen where you can change the title of the file. On the lower menu bar there are three very useful options; Erase will erase everything in the text area, Reload will reload the original file name and the icon in the middle will add the extension to the end of the file (.mp3 or .mov). Once you have the file title that way you would like it, tap Ok. The file will then download to your iPhone. Once the file is downloaded, it will show up in either the Music or the Video list. It will also add it to the main screen as a downloaded file.
I did notice that when I played a QuickTime video in Safari, it had to play all the way through the video before is showed up in the Download section. However, when I played a song using SeeqPod via Safari, I did not have to play the the entire song for it to show up in the Download section. The same was true for a video I played in YouTube, I did not have to play the entire video for it to go into the Download section. I’m not sure if that was a glitch or not. Other than that, this app functioned exactly as it was supposed to. It has a decent interface and was easy-to-use. This app would be useful for downloading previously played videos/music that you would like to play again. MyMedia is available through the iPod Touched source.
Note: The downloaded files are kept in the ~/Media/MyMedia folder on your iPhone.