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Web Snapper lets you capture Web pages exactly as they appear in your browser. You can send them to a file as images or vector-based, multi-page PDFs. It captures the whole Web page - eliminating the need to cut, paste and crop multiple screen-shots when trying to create an image or PDF. Web Snapper integrates with Safari via a toolbar button. When clicked, it takes a picture of the current site - but it will also work with any browser as a stand-alone application that accepts drag-and-drop URLs. Regardless of how you invoke it, Web Snapper converts the URL it was given into a continuous vector PDF with everything more...

What's New

Version 3.3.4:
  • [NEW] Check out our new Firefox extension here
  • [FIX] General improvements in stability and bug fixing.
  • [FIX] Improved reponsive theme capture.

Requirements

OS X 10.5 or later

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Kozzy49 Member IconReview+0
Kozzy49
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Could not get easier to use, great little utility. Nothing fancy, just efficient and useful.

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Version 3.3.4
Mindplay Member IconReview+22
Mindplay
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I always loved it! However it looks a little lacking terms of updates... UI and extension are not yet retina ready. Anyway, it works pretty well and it always did since the beginning!

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Ennui1 Member IconReview+0
Ennui1
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Easy to use and produces great results! Have used Web Snapper for years and still love it.

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Version 3.3.4
Tastyapps (Developer)
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Thanks for the great review!

LuukLuuk Member IconComment+11
LuukLuuk
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Can somebody explain to me why the saved pdf displays advertisements, while I'm using Adblock in Safari?

I'm using the trial of Web Snapper 3.3.4 and I'm not talking about the banner in the PDF saying that I'm using the trial ;) but real advertisements.

My workflow was: drag webpage url from safari url bar to Web Snapper.

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Version 3.3.4
Tastyapps (Developer)
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Hi Luuk, that is happening because, if you use the D&D method, web snapper actually re-loads the page in an internal browser... that has no Adblock. If you instead use the Safari Extension to snap the page, web snapper will "borrow" the web page source code from safari, thus showing no ads. Hope this helps! And sorry for the delay, we usually get this kind of questions in the customer service inbox... and we don't check this section that often.

ANDRESESPINCONESA4125 Member IconReview+0
ANDRESESPINCONESA4125
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Web Snapper actually works quite well for me.

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Version 3.3.4
Tastyapps (Developer)
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Thanks for the review Andres!

TastyApps-Customer-Service Member IconComment+9
TastyApps-Customer-Service
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We have just upgraded our Firefox extension for improved usability (now the Web Snapper button appears in the toolbar, at the top right of the window) and Aurora compabitility. Cheers! Alberto.

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Version 3.3.4
Pusfarm
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Except that it doesn't exist in Mozilla's Add-Ons.

Tastyapps (Developer)
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Hi, it is true... we have had a small problem with Mozilla. We will re-release the extension on our own in the meantime, real soon. Sorry for the trouble.

Pusfarm
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Thank you. That works beautifully.

Pusfarm
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I spoke too soon. After making my first page snap using the toolbar button in Firefox, whenever I take a page snap using the toolbar button it always goes to that first page I snapped, not the one I'm currently trying to get.

Pusfarm
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I restarted Firefox and tried again. This time it got the correct page, but still opens the last page I snapped. In the preferences, the Send To locations is a PDF I snapped earlier, not Desktop as was my (supposedly) saved preference.

What a mess. I guess I can live with Paparazzi without pagination.

TastyApps-Customer-Service Member IconComment+9
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We have just upgraded our Firefox extension for improved usability (now the Web Snapper button appears in the toolbar, at the top right of the window) and Aurora compabitility. Cheers! Alberto.

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Version 3.3.4
Bottacco Member IconReview+27
Bottacco
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After the last comment I wrote here answering to another user, one of the developers contacted me to let me know that version 3.3.4 solved most of my problems… but YOU HAVE TO USE THE EXTENSION and not the bookmarklet. As I was using the bookmarklet because of some problems in the past with the Safari extension I didn't realize the full potential of the upgrade.

Now Web Snapper works in pages that require log in (but you have to login first and be in the page you want) because it captures the whole code of the page and puts it in an SQLite database while it creates the PDF, so it works with most of the authenticated pages I need to capture (I have tried quite a few).

Also, the extension works really well, so I am forgetting about the bookmarklet altogether.

So, to wrap up the comment I made earlier here, I have to say that Web Snapper works again like it did in the PPC era. I really liked the app even some of the quirks it had afterwards, but now I completely happy with it again.

Thank you to Tasty Apps for their great software and cheers from Spain.

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Version 3.3.4
TastyApps-Customer-Service
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Thanks Victor for the nice review! Annd cheers from Spain too. Alberto.

ColinG6992 Member IconReview+0
ColinG6992
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Superb - it just works!

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Version 3.3.4
TastyApps-Customer-Service
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Thanks for the 5 star review Colin! Alberto.

Jacquesw Member IconReview+1
Jacquesw
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The whole point of an app like this is to save a web page so you can read it later right without internet connection? if your signed into a web page that requires a membership sign in, web snapper saves the page BEFORE you signed in making it impossible to read the page now that your not connected. Pointless app, you might as well bookmark your page.

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Version 3.3.4
TastyApps-Customer-Service
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Hi Jacques, one of the uses of Web Snapper is saving a page for offline reading, although there are more. Snapper captures a page exactly as you see it in the browser, for printing, editing, designing... and reading if you want. Regarding having to sign in or not, once you capture a page (even behind a login screen) Snapper will save it for you in PDF or images formats. You can read the page if you are connected or not... always. The result is just a PDF file, or an image file, no internet involved. Best results are always achieved using the browser extensions for Safari, Chrome or Firefox. I am sorry for the misunderstanding, please contact us at customer-service@tastyapps.com and we can discuss this further! Alberto.

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Date 10 Apr 2014
Platform OS X / Intel 32
Price $15.00
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