Convert2Mp3.net has a lot of popups on different advertising and potentially dangerous sub-websites. Be careful to block these dangerous popups ( should be possible with WOT )
Additionally do NOT sign in to your google account while downloading a video from youtube. By signing in you agree to goodle/youtube AGB and are not allowed to download. If you are not signed in however you can download since you never agreed to their AGB.
Plus be carefull if it is okay in your contry to download specific videos. Selfmade videos without copyrights except of the author should be no problem for personal usage. If a band uploads their own songs for example you can download them to view/listen offline later for personal usage. If a video is already uploaded illegally a download is not recommended since that is illegal in a bunch of countries as well. (germany, eu streaming changes since 2017?)
otherwise this site seems fairly nice to use - so no problem with the site. just be safe to double check each time you download a track.
It enforced that I MUST allow notifications to continue, then it sent me to a dodgy site. I now get spam and scam ads popping up. I thought this website could be trusted due to good ratings, but unfortunately it doesn't appear that way. Use other websites for conversions.
The website onvert2mp3.net IS NOT SAVE!!
It contains so called scareware, at least it appeared so today(24th of May 2018).
It opens a browser-window which informs you that your computer is infected and opens a Windows-System login-window which results that you cannot close the webbrowser at all.
ProcessViewer or TaskManager can kill the webbrowser's processes - which is highly suggested!
It's alright, I suppose.
There's no real threat to downloading any songs here, I've done it multiple times across a wide variety of platforms and have yet to have any of them effected by a download commenced on this particular website, or have any of them require Java to even use the thing. It covers a wide variety of download options, going from generic sound files to MP3, to even going as far as to add video files like MP4.
All this said, it's not the most legally sound, either. I'm not going to be a hypocrite and say that people who do illegal downloads via this method are assholes... but, yes, despite the sites claims, I'm fairly certain that you can do illegal downloads here. The site has a video search feature that filters out any results that have songs listed on them... but, that's only if YouTube themselves add that, or god forbid, the uploader. This effectively means that any video on YouTube that contains a song not owned by the uploader, or any song owned by the uploader but not authorized for any download, not tagged with the song can be downloaded through the sites search tool. This is also not to mention that, regardless of the site's search feature, if you have a video's link, you can download it. Doesn't matter if it has Vevo on the uploaders name, plastered in the thumbnail 2-3 times, or in the video's title... you can download it. I'm guessing another way the site's owners try to enforce legality is by putting comments on every file downloaded saying what site the user downloaded it from. I don't see this having much impact, but it's interesting.
Overall, a solid site. Not perfect, but solid. I'd be carefully about saying it's 100% legal, but otherwise, one of the better ones I've used.
Unlike some other conversion sites, I never once encountered spyware or a scam on this one. Great for downloading YouTube and dailymotion videos, especially if they of people you like and youtube or dailymotion is lagging. Also good for converted music to MP3 files. Also great for downloading videos that the uploader has blocked in your country so you can actually see them. My only beef is that I wish they would incorporate more tagging options for MP3s such as music genre, etc.