In a way, QML stands to C++ classes like the POSIX shell stands to command-line tools: a simple language which allows concatenating small units of functionality together to build a powerful program.
Anyway, that was not what I wanted to talk you about today. ☺ Today's post is about MiTubo, whose version 0.9 has been released today:
The big feature in this release is download of audio/video files: I thought, since I'm using yt-dlp (or youtube-dl on Ubuntu Touch) anyway for extracting video streams, why not add an option to let users download the media content? This turned out to be easier than expected, so if you were looking for a graphical frontend to the YouTube downloader, well, now MiTubo is an option you could try.