Tubefilter: FYP.RIP Lets TikTok Creators Download Every Video They’ve Ever Made At Once

Tubefilter: FYP.RIP Lets TikTok Creators Download Every Video They’ve Ever Made At Once. “The free tool, released Wednesday by tech startup Stir, lets TikTok creators download every video they’ve made on the app in one ZIP file. To use it, creators just fill out this form telling FYP.RIP their TikTok user name, the email tied to their account, and their exact number of followers. Then Stir will email them a downloadable file of their videos.”

CNET: Yes, you absolutely can download Twitter videos to your phone and computer. Here’s how

CNET: Yes, you absolutely can download Twitter videos to your phone and computer. Here’s how. “A lot of videos have been circulating on Twitter in the past two weeks, from countless protests in support of the Black Lives Matter movement to the far opposite end of the spectrum: cute dog videos and silly hijinks. When a colleague asked if it’s possible to save these videos to the phone or laptop — for historical reference or to share with family and friends outside of the Twitter bubble, I got to work finding out how.”

Towards Data Science: How to Download a Specific Sheet by Name from a Google Spreadsheet as a CSV File

Towards Data Science: How to Download a Specific Sheet by Name from a Google Spreadsheet as a CSV File. “In the past two tutorials on Google Drive API with Python, we have covered how to obtain credentials here and search for a specific file in Google Drive by its name here. In this tutorial, we are going to learn how to download a specific Sheet by name from a Google Spreadsheet into a csv file. A use case for this: you need to generate a report, which data are stored in a Google Spreadsheet that has many Sheets, but you only need one or two of them. So, instead of downloading the whole Google Spreadsheet, you can handpick the Sheets that you need.”

TechCrunch: All Facebook users can now access a tool to port data to Google Photos

TechCrunch: All Facebook users can now access a tool to port data to Google Photos. “Facebook’s photo transfer tool is now available globally half a year on from an initial rollout in Europe, the company said today. The data portability feature enables users of the social network to directly port a copy of their photos to Google’s eponymous photo storage service via encrypted transfer, rather than needing to download and manually upload photos themselves — thereby reducing the hassle involved with switching to a rival service.”

The Verge: Facebook’s new tool makes it easy to transfer photos and videos to Google Photos

The Verge: Facebook’s new tool makes it easy to transfer photos and videos to Google Photos. “Facebook is rolling out a new tool today allowing users in the US and Canada to transfer their photos and videos to Google Photos. The tool can be accessed by heading to your Facebook settings, then heading to the tab that reads ‘Your Facebook Information.’ There you’ll find the option to transfer your photos and videos. You’ll need to connect your Google account before you can transfer your files.”

The Register: Google Chrome to block file downloads – from .exe to .txt – over HTTP by default this year. And we’re OK with this

The Register: Google Chrome to block file downloads – from .exe to .txt – over HTTP by default this year. And we’re OK with this. “Continuing to drop flame retardant on the dumpster fire that is web security, Google on Thursday said it will soon prevent Chrome users from downloading files over insecure, plain old, unencrypted HTTP.”

9to5 Google: Some Google Photos videos in ‘Takeout’ backups were sent to strangers last November

9to5 Google: Some Google Photos videos in ‘Takeout’ backups were sent to strangers last November. “With Google Takeout, you can download your data from Google apps as a backup or for use with another service. Unfortunately, a brief issue with the tool last November saw your videos in Google Photos possibly get exported to strangers’ archives.”

Tubefilter: YouTube Rippers Battle RIAA in Takedown Whack-a-Mole

Tubefilter: YouTube Rippers Battle RIAA in Takedown Whack-a-Mole. “The RIAA is continuing to use DMCA anti-circumvention notices to remove YouTube ripper websites from Google’s search results. The music group started a few months ago and has only increased its efforts. However, the targeted sites are fighting back by continuously updating their URLs in response, turning it into a game of whack-a-mole.”

CNBC: This developer was surprised that Apple Card didn’t let him download spending data, so he built a fix

CNBC: This developer was surprised that Apple Card didn’t let him download spending data, so he built a fix. “The Apple Card was designed to be loaded into a user’s iPhone, with spending history living inside the Wallet app and transaction data arranged in a colorful interactive interface. But consumers who want to analyze their transactions in Microsoft Excel or Google Sheets for tax or budgeting purposes, a tool that many credit card companies offer, are out of luck.”

MakeUseOf: How to Download TikTok Videos on Desktop and Mobile

MakeUseOf: How to Download TikTok Videos on Desktop and Mobile . “TikTok is a treasure trove of bite-sized videos. And you may even have shared some TikTok videos with friends. But what if you’d like to download TikTok videos to watch later? In this article, we’ll show you how to download TikTok videos on desktop and mobile. Which is a lot easier than you might think.”

Lifehacker: Automatically Organize Your Downloads With This Chrome Extension

Lifehacker: Automatically Organize Your Downloads With This Chrome Extension. “I download a lot of things. We all do. In my case, my Windows Downloads folder is basically my catch-all for everything I’m working on, as well as the primary archive for files and folders I need to save somewhere else (but haven’t yet). This means said Downloads folder can get unruly, and I have found a new Chrome extension to fix that.”