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Maria is a small and simple, pure Cocoa application based on GNU wget command. It allows to download entire websites for offline browsing. It is possible to download only selected types of files, e.g. only graphics or music files. Maria allows to download links from given text file.

What's New

Version 1.3:
  • Added support for proxy
  • Added Portuguese localization


Mac OS X 10.6 or later

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Akrobat Member IconReview+90

What is it with these so-called website download apps?
I've tried this.
Runs well, stable. Even let's me know when the site is downloaded.

Pity it doesn't actually download ANYTHING.

Good God! Back to Blue Crab.

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Version 1.3
lemon-kun Member IconReview+256

Nice app, does what it should, very, very, very stable. Very easy to use.

However, if you need to download only a special type of file (which is not listed in Maria's standard files like pdf, jpeg, etc.), then you have to download the whole site, which can take a looong time. Because of that, I use SiteSucker, which has much more features.

Still; Maria is a great app!

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Version 1.3
Jason_Milles_76 Member IconReview+74

Handy and working free tool. Nice

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Version 1.3
J-Son-Quarc Member IconReview+1

Very nice app; does what it says. I would appreciate a percentage embedded in the progressbar--although I'm aware that it will not be practical (thinking of unforseeable recursive download depth).

It's perfect for downloading free books being available in html-format, if you need to read them off-line.

I recommend it!

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Version 1.1.2

It is indeed a very simple app, but to show percentage in the progress bar is not only not practical, but simply impossible (as you seem to notice yourself). I also recommend it :)


Actually, the only thing that would prevent a progress bar from working this way is the method of implementing wget.
You can see a method of this type of progress tracking by looking at the info in Safari's status bar. It may say at the start "20 of 40" items, but as new levels are discovered the number of total items increases. So if you make a status bar, you just update it's maximum as you hit another level and increase the number of items in the list that require scanning and saving.
Again, if you can't hook wget in this way, then the only way to implement such a progress bar would be to compile your own variation of wget. Not something that everyone could just do in their sleep... ^_^

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Current Version (1.x)


Downloads 16,425
Version Downloads 10,956
License Free
Date 17 Jul 2011
Platform Intel 64 / OS X / Intel 32
Price Free
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