It’s hard to believe that we’ve all been enjoying JW Broadcasting (tv.jw.org) for over a year now. It might even be hard to think of a time when we didn’t have these amazing programs which build our faith and relationship in our Creator. The amount of carefully crafted work that goes into each program shows the loving care that Jehovah has for people earth-wide. The JW Library app has made it possible to watch each installment wherever we are, even when we don’t have an internet connection. But some of us might be interested in listening to these programs at times when we can’t watch them. That might include while we’re driving, exercising, or other times when we don’t want to focus on a screen or drain our battery by having the screen on. Some of us would also like audio versions of the Music Videos available on the site. In this article, we’ll show you how to download audio versions of any videos on JW Broadcast.
In order to download these audio files you’ll need an app called Workflow. You can download it from the App Store using the link below. If you’re interested in more workflow to optimize your theocratic activity, check out this post here.
Finally, you’ll need an app to store all the audio files in. We recommend Documents by Readdle.
Now you can follow these steps to download and convert any JW Broadcast video as an audio file. We also made a video showing you how to do it:
1) Visit tv.jw.org and file the video you’re interested in converting to audio. Tap the “Download” button.
2) Tap and hold on the “240p” button. This is the lowest video resolution, but its perfect for our purpose as it will result in a small audio file.
3) Tap “Copy”
4) Now launch the Workflow app and double tap the workflow called “Download JW TV”. This will now start the process of downloading the converting your video into audio. This will take some time depending on how long your video is.
5) When the process is finished a menu will display where you can choose what app to store the file in. Again, we recommend Documents by Readdle. Choose the app you’d like to copy the file into.
6) The audio mp3 will now open in Documents and begin playing. That’s it!
Take a look at the following gallery to see a visual walk-through of these steps.
Now that your audio files are stored in Documents, you might like to rename and organize them into folders. To learn how to do that, check out this post on AppChasers.com
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