URL Extractor
URL Extractor
4.7

3.5

URL Extractor free download for Mac

URL Extractor4.7

25 July 2019

Batch process files and extract URLs.

Overview

URL Extractor extracts email addresses and URLs from files, from the Web, and also via search engines. It can start from a single Web page and navigate all the links inside looking for emails or URLs to extract, and save all on the user HD. It can also extract from a single file or from all the content of a folder on your HD at any nested level.

Once done, it can save URL Extractor documents to disk, containing all the setting used for a particular folder or file or Web pages, ready to be reused. Or the extracted data can be saved on disk as text files ready to be used for the user purposes.

It allows the user to specify a list of Web pages used as navigation starting points and going to other Web pages using cross-navigation. You can also specify a series of keywords; then it searches Web pages related to the keywords via search engines, and starts a cross-navigation of the pages, collecting URLs. It can navigate for hours without user interaction in Web extraction mode, extracting all the URLs it finds in all the Web pages it surfs unattended; or starting from a single search engine using keywords, looking in all the resulting and linked pages in an unlimited navigation and URL extraction.

Features
  • Extracts from PDF, also online
  • Extracts from multiple file inside a folder, to any level of nesting (also thousand and thousand of files)
  • Extracts directly from the Web cross navigating Web pages in background. No user action required!
  • Extracts on search engines starting from keywords and navigating in all the linked pages in an unlimited navigation from one page to the successive, all this just starting from a single keyword
  • Google extraction from specific international Google sites with URL extraction more focused on individual country and language.
  • URL table for live Web extraction
  • Extracts Web address, FTP address, email address, feed, Telnet, local file URL, news. and generic emails
  • Drag-and-drop of files to process
  • Uses the latest Cocoa multi-threading technology, no legacy code inside.
  • Uses a separate threading for extraction process and Web navigation, no freeze during extraction, even on heavy tasks!
  • Option for single domain extraction
  • Uses various country search engines .com .it .fr . au .uk .de and .es .ar .au .at .be .br .ca .fi .nl .se .ch .jp .cn, uses google and bing
  • Uses Resume, Auto Save, Versions, Full screen.
  • Web and Search Engine Extraction Blacklist (do not extract from there)
  • Import/export to/from black list

What's new in URL Extractor

Version 4.7:
  • More export options
  • Bug fix

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How would you rate URL Extractor app?

7 Reviews of URL Extractor

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Nessuno
17 September 2008
Version: 2.0

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Nice idea, but all it produces from a pdf file with hundreds of URLs is some garbage and hundreds of demands to buy this crap...
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0.5
Morlo
29 January 2016
Version: 4.4
does not extract url (hyperlinks) from pdf. you can use File Juicer for this which is one quarter of a price.
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0.5
Ralf-Runstedt
20 April 2011
Version: 3.2.3
This is interesting. Under the term "Shareware" I understand, as properly indicated in the software, that I get to use all the features for a certain number of days. Here however, it works as such: 1) You get a screen telling you that you have a 10 day trial. 2) You try to use the app, but it's actually limited like a demo. What is it now, Shareware or Demo? That aside, it uses a lot of RAM and thanks to its restrictions, does not give me enough reasons to pay 50 dollars for something like this. Seriously developer, shorten your alerts' dialogues and create a proper trial.
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0.5
Micalk
31 March 2011
Version: 3.2.2
It's the biggest joke I'd ever seen as a Mac supported and endorsed product! Really, I come close to believe that this is a scam. Downloaded it and tried to extract http:// from a simple rtfd file ... it didn't do a thing. It just laid there like dead meat. Threw it instantly in the Trash bin and wouldn't even waste a second on this crap ... 50 bucks he wants for that? He would need to pay me 100 for a lost half an hour ;-)
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Peleve
12 January 2010
Version: 3.0.3
I can't really evaluate how well it does since, in my case, it only extracted 12 addresses from a folder containing 50 files, and 4402 "Purchase a license....". Email Extractor, which I have been using for some time, on the same folder gave me 1,138 valid addresses, 19,204 bad addresses and 5,756 duplicate addresses at less than half the price! I do like the "web" and "search engine" options, but I haven't tried these. Most of my requirements are with files. The price is 'out of whack' compared to similar products.
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Nessuno
17 September 2008
Version: 2.0
Nice idea, but all it produces from a pdf file with hundreds of URLs is some garbage and hundreds of demands to buy this crap...
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Tellme
15 March 2008
Version: 1.1.0
I have tried multiple times to download/upload this software tool. after UrlExtractorX.dmg.zip I get a folder thats called __MACOSX with nothing in it and a file called UrlExtractorX.dmg with nothing but code please help me get this software running or suggest another MAC product that will alow me to extract url's from Adobe PDF documents.
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globetrotterdk
11 January 2008
Version: 1.1.0
I have tried with both .rtf and .xls files, but the software doesn't seem to actually be able to extract URLs. Kind of pricey.
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