How to download videos and music before you travel
Streaming over WI-FI is rarely an option when you travel but that doesn't mean you have to give up your favorite TV shows and music.
If you're a Netflix subscriber, click on the download option on the bottom of the Netflix app.
Next, click find something to download through a list of available titles.
Select a movie or show and scroll down, and click on the arrow next to the episode.
Anything in the downloads page will be available even if your phone is on airplane mode.
YouTube also lets you do this, but only if you have a premium account.
Select the video you want to download and press the down arrow.
Once it's done, you can view all your downloaded content from the library tab.
Now make sure all your music is available too.
Spotify premium members can search for the album or playlist and toggle the download icon.
These songs will be stored in your library for offline listening.
In Apple Music, select the album or playlist, hit Add, and then click on the cloud icon.
Go to Library and click on Downloaded Music for your full list.
And once you're back from your travels, don't forget to delete everything, so it's not taking up space on your phone.
In San Francisco, I'm Vanessa Hand Orellana, CNet.com for CBS News.
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