WebSnapperPro
WebSnapperPro
2.3.5

4.1

WebSnapperPro free download for Mac

WebSnapperPro2.3.5

23 March 2019

Capture entire Web pages as single images or PDFs.

Overview

WebSnapperPro lets you capture full web pages exactly as they appear in your browser, with a single mouse click, without the need to "stitch" or cut-and-paste. Save the page as an image file or as vector-based PDF. You can print the page, send it as an email attachment, send it to Evernote, or export it to your DropBox account, right from the WebSnapperPro interface.

What's new in WebSnapperPro

Version 2.3.5:
  • Fixes for Mojave wrt Capture from Safari and Chrome.

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188 Reviews of WebSnapperPro

Drdul
18 July 2012
Version: 3.2

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Despite what the app description says, Web Snapper does not capture web pages "exactly as they appear in your browser." All the Safari extension does is pass the current URL to Web Snapper, which then loads the web page in order to save it. This means that if you use an ad-blocker or anything else that suppresses elements of a web page, Web Snapper will capture the web page with everything visible. It also means that if you're logged into a website (your bank, for example) and want to capture the page, Web Snapper can't do it because it can't log into the URL that is passed to it. I bought Web Snapper years ago when it was a haxie that integrated into Safari, and truly did capture what I was seeing in the browser. With subsequent changes that Apple has made to Safari, Web Snapper has lost its core functionality, and it's no longer of any use to me.
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Tastyapps
04 October 2018
Version: 2.3.3
Sorry for any inconvenience. We've experienced a very persistent Denial of Service attack beginning on 9/28/2018. It effected our Website and our Mail service. Think we have it blocked now. If you have contacted us and haven't received a reply, please Contact us again. TastyApps Customer Support
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Tastyapps
28 July 2018
Version: 2.3.2
The latest version of Chrome no longer allows JavaScript from Apple Events by default. You must enable this option in Chrome to use Chrome with the “Add” button in WebSnapperPro. Just click “View” on the Chrome toolbar, then select “”Developer” from the Drop Down menu and click the “Allow Javascript from Apple Events”.
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Tastyapps
30 April 2018
Version: 2.1.0
We heard you! WebSnapperPro v.2.2.0 now includes a Safari Extension. You can get the details in the WebSnapperPro Tutorial - www.tastyapps.com/wsprotut.html
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tx517
17 April 2018
Version: 2.0.9
The user interface is not very efficient. The user has to manually drag & drop each URL. Other tools whose input are URLs have an easier and speedier approach, like YouTubeTo MP3. The tool for example does not support something as simple as a copy & paste of the url, which would be much faster in many cases. Beyond this waste of time, the worst problem is that the output is is poorly reflective of web pages! People can have a sense of how mediocre the output can be using the Apple web site (Mac, iMacPro or iPhone sections for example). Pictures are missing. Icons are the top are absent. The length of sections is modified. The resulting PDF takes tons of pages, for a mediocre output! Given the price of this tool, this is hard to understand (this tool may work for simple, basic layouts). Given the poor rendering, why not directly print as PDF or save as a web page, which is free and produces a good to great result?
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Novascotian
14 March 2018
Version: 2.0.8
A very well thought out app. Particularly like that it links to Dropbox so easily and that its vector mode presents a really sharp PDF (Image mode doesn't always manage that). All told, does exactly what's promised in the promos.
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5
Machouis
09 March 2018
Version: 2.0.8
Doest what it says, and does it good...
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5
zaramella-mario
07 March 2018
Version: 2.0.8
Un'App eccellente per catturare pagine Web e salvarle in vari formati. Funziona perfettamente e a mio giudizio la migliora nel suo genere!!!
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Bertrum
05 March 2018
Version: 2.0.7
Good: I've had a quick 'play' with the trial version. I wanted to check that the App could capture the whole page because it wasn't clear in the 'blurb' whether this included the parts of the web page that isn't visible - this was my primary goal. It did exactly that, so a BIG thumbs up.

Not so good: However, I found the image quality of the PDF file produced to be slightly blurry. I've taken several different pages on my Dell monitor and my Thunderbolt display. This would affect the quality of any report I add the image to. I'll feedback if I find its something that I am doing wrong. Anyone else see this degredation in quality?
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4.5
paulberger
04 March 2018
Version: 2.0.7
Very clear and clean app - does the main thing (full web page grab). My only wish is that the size of the grab could be larger, e.g. the full 2560 x 1440 of my Mac screen. The horizontal limit seems to be 1024. It would be nice to double that!
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tim-27
03 March 2018
Version: 2.0.7
Very good. It needs a browser extension to be perfect.
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Fetishista
02 March 2018
Version: 2.0.6
Fast and accurate, and I love the PDF Vector mode that preserves live links from a page. My one disappointment is that it isn’t apparently possible to extract and expand images contained in embedded galleries and albums on a page. But I suppose that’s too much to ask… is it?
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0.5
rockart
02 March 2018
Version: 2.0.6
First of all, I have never received the code to unlock it!! And it only captures the first page, with no option to capture more of the site. A waste of money; just print to PDF.
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3.5
tim-27
02 March 2018
Version: 2.0.6
It is a good tool I would rate it 5 if it offered a browser plug in
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3.5
raymondpoulier
02 March 2018
Version: 2.0.6
The easiest to run, most complete and powerful screen capture tool; on my Mac
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5
pnn314
02 March 2018
Version: 2.0.6
The best screen capture for internet!
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1.5
Dan55304
27 February 2018
Version: 2.0.6
I've owned WebSnapper for many years but never used it regularly because of poor page rendering. Just try v3 on this web page and you'll see how poorly the resulting PDF is. I'd love this if it worked.
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mapply
27 February 2018
Version: 2.0.6
Hello Tastyapps,
When I snap a web page, will all links work later?
Without WebSnapper I have a problem saving independent.co.uk (the news site) as html or pdf.
Maybe problems occur because the page constantly updates (every minute or so)?
Would WebSnapper help?
Thank you!
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Andymiller
27 February 2018
Version: 2.0.6
I was looking forward to trying this out, but I must admit I found it disappointing. The major problem is that it seems to ignore the printer styles so prints sidebars. That might be what you want, but there doesn't seem to be any way to control this — ie to say 'use website print stylesheet' or 'ignore website print stylesheet' (or even better have a set of user presets). As it is I'm struggling to see what this app does that you can't already do with Safari or Chrome. Have I misunderstood? Are there some controls somewhere that I've not spotted? I've given the app four stars in order not to distort the overall ratings.
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fiery12
04 February 2018
Version: 2.0.2
I just tested WebSnapper and the created vector PDF (text searchable) of a Macupdate page is really good. However, experience with WebSnapper is not that good. I can't even paste a URL in the address bar of integrated Mini browser and should type it manually. Also, WebSanpper generates PDFs in two steps, first it downloads the web page, then the user must click on another button to generate the actual PDF. All in all, not very intuitive. And finally, there is no upgrade path for v1.x users. Why I'm giving four stars then? Because the web page PDF is well generated (compared to not so good PDFs in v1), which is the purpose of this app, after all.
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fiery12
30 December 2017
Version: 2.0.0
Oh, my! Tastyapps released a new version after several years of silence, keeping their paid users with a nonfunctional app for so long. On top of this there is no upgrade path for v1.x users, registered before 2017. Looking at their site we read that the "new" version has added new problems to the existing ones, namely: -------------------- If you are capturing a page with PDF output format, Vector conversion mode, you might get a PDF so "big" that Preview or Acrobat Reader might not be able to handle. Namely, preview might show a blank or distorted PDF in Sierra and High Sierra, and Acrobat Reader might display the page trimmed in OS X 10.9 and above, or in Windows. The solution to this problem is to enable the "Use Pagination option" in WebSnapperPro Preference settings, or alternatively use an image format instead of PDF (e.g. PNG). Or, you can use Google Chrome to open the PDF, as it is the only engine for OS X that is able to properly handle these PDFs. Missing images or content in the webpage: This started in Sierra and continues in High Sierra. The only fix is to use Image Conversion Mode instead of Vector Conversion Mode in WebSnapperPro > Preferences > Snapshot. -------------------- I have this simple question: Is WebSnapperPro able to make a text searchable PDF of this page exactly as it appears in my browser (Firefox 57 or Safari 11)? If YES, I can give it try. If NO, then bye-bye for good. I use the Firefox built-in screenshot tool for years and I don't regret it, except may be that it produces a whole-page PNG and I would prefer a PDF with the web page text intact.
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Tastyapps
30 December 2017
Version: 2.0.0
We are aware that old Web Snapper didn’t perform very well in High Sierra, so if you purchased Web Snapper in 2017, we are offering a 50% discount for a WebSnapperPro upgrade.

If you have already purchased Web Snapper Pro, you can get a 50% discount in any of our other apps.

Contact us for details.
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bobembry
29 December 2017
Version: 2.0.0
I have version 3.39 and it's OK ★★★. I was really disappointed ★ to learn that there isn't an upgrade path to Web Snapper Pro—it's $20 take it or leave it.. Paparazzi (https://www.macupdate.com/app/mac/15966/paparazzi) is free so I'm going to stick with it and the old version of Web Snapper.
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houseroundfile
24 October 2017
Version: 3.3.9
My review is about TastyApps support overall. I was looking for help with a License Code situation with their Musicbox app. They were SO FAST! One hour or less and I had a reply to my email with thorough directions to get me back up and running with Musicbox (a great app)! Love these guys.
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tom-182
18 October 2017
Version: 3.3.9
Tom from TastyApps Customer Support here. We are aware that Web Snapper is not compatible with High Sierra and are working on an update.
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anonymous-lynx-5546
14 June 2017
Version: 3.3.9
The Safari extension doesn't work right in El Capitan. When the WebSnapper button is pressed, Safari shows the "Allow / Deny Action" dialog box in a new page, but the page only appears for a split second and disappears before one has a chance to hit "Allow". This is a great app, please fix it. I paid, but now I feel like I got scammed.
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RJC.NJNYC
28 December 2016
Version: 3.3.9
Benn using for years now with good results, but now not working via Safari Extension. I have to drag URL onto Web Snapper icon in Dock. I'm working on MacBook Pro Retina quadcore with OS X 10.12.2
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fiery12
06 March 2016
Version: 3.3.9
Unfortunately, Web Snapper makes very ugly screenshots on some sites. In addition, all available methods (including Safari/Chrome/Firefox/Drag&Drop) give different results, but still unacceptable. Developer will most probably tell you that some sites are difficult. Also, Firefox extension was removed, instead of updated. I'm now using Cliche available on MAS which makes good screenshots of entire web pages. The only downside is that Cliche creates one large picture of the web page (png, jpg, etc.) and Web Snapper is able to make a searchable PDF (if it feels it like that).
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Aargl
01 February 2016
Version: 3.3.9
It's been several times that I try to connect to Tastyapps and that the site is down: did they close?
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Hattie
11 December 2015
Version: 3.3.9
I regret this purchase. I've had problems with this app from day one. Using the browser extensions never worked, requiring me to actually open the app and drag and drop the addresses. For every 4 times it works I get 6 times of nothing but blank paged pdfs. Contacted the developers a hand full of times. Never heard back. Not once. I gave up and uninstalled the app from my Mac. A case of bad devs ruining a potentially good app.
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ScottUpdate
20 August 2015
Version: 3.3.8
I've used Web Snapper for several years. But if you use Web Snapper with Firefox be aware that Web Snapper is *not* Firefox certified, and the developer says they have "no plans to seek FireFox certification."
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Morlo
22 July 2015
Version: 3.3.8
Buggy, freezes a lot when you batch add pages. Still, it's the only half decent web 2 pdf app out there. The good thing is that you can search through the pdf, instead of taking an image. it also leaves links and has some cool features like note-adding and headers and footers. Web2PDF is also good.
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buriburihome
12 June 2015
Version: 3.3.8
If you use Mac, try "Cliche: Easy Web Image Collector" on the Mac App Store. While Cliche was designed to quicly and easily collect web images, it also provides several handy tools where one of them is to take a screenshot of a webpage with just a single click. For more information, you can visit the official website: https://machelperprojects.wordpress.com/2015/05/08/cliche-easy-web-image-collector/
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mn-yarar
04 June 2015
Version: 3.3.8
my promo account was about to expire today, and i had 20 USD as credit in my account. i sent macupdate support several emails whether i could use my credit later, they didn't respond, yet they reset my credits to 0 before the day ends.
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4.5
Zigziggyspider
23 May 2015
Version: 3.3.8
Great app for a great job !
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4
Ripperjd
23 May 2015
Version: 3.3.8
OK
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Ripperjd
23 May 2015
Version: 3.3.8
OK
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4.5
Wts
11 March 2015
Version: 3.3.7
I have to rate this 4.5 stars only because some times ( some times ) if fails to capture a web site. Otherwise, it does a great job in capturing web site which then is in my words like the for real web site. Meaning for example any urls can be click to sweep you to the site. Some times it fails and for some reasons gives me the web site of my sign on to that site. Developer says it is some technical glitch in the capturing process. My work around for that problem is to capture the web site by selecting " print " but saving it as a pdf file. Not as good but better then not.
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4.5
FrançoisMOREAU4059
14 February 2015
Version: 3.3.7
Fonctionne parfaitement et constitue une alternatine a Pocket
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Renaissance_Man
04 February 2015
Version: 3.3.7
Not very good with internal scrolling pages. Saving as pdf seems better half the time.
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David-Blatch
02 February 2015
Version: 3.3.7
I have been using Web Snapper on and off since 2010. Sometimes it works wonders, sometimes it gets shut out. The biggest issue I run into is, I usually want to capture secure pages for documentation, and secure is... secure. But, when it works, it works incredibly well. I wouldn't call the issues I run into bugs, so much as good programming on the website's part.
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Sleav
09 January 2015
Version: 3.3.7
Web Snapper is terrific software. I've used Paparazzi! - which is good - but it does not provide the flexibility of solutions that WS does. Produces beautiful results and my clients LOVE seeing web pages as PDFs. One the best Safari exentions I've used, and very responsive customer service. I hit a licensing glitch on a re-install, and their team was all over it til it was solved. Highly recommended.
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5
Rockyboston
03 January 2015
Version: 3.3.7
I've been using this for a couple months now and I'm very please with it. I have another screen capture app that supposedly captures a full webpage but Web Snapper works much more consistently.
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Benym
17 December 2014
Version: 3.3.7
I love this app that just works. And anytime I missed some feature a quick review of the Preferences pane revealed it was there already, one click away (e.g. auto-save to default location, safari plug-in).
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4.5
Thomas-Leeds
17 December 2014
Version: 3.3.7
It's hard to get the full content of a web page but this does a great job of it.
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0.5
Uncoy
17 December 2014
Version: 3.3.7
I have some very long pages to screenshot (documents). Gave Web Snapper a try despite Paparazzi, Netfixer and some very fine Chromium/Firefox extensions which almost do the job (but not quite on very long months). Failed on my long page. Fine. Failed on my short page test too. At this point, I've installed an application, installed an extension and am still wasting my time. Thanks but no thanks. This is too much like work and not enough like help.
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Bw-Photostore-Com
25 November 2014
Version: 3.3.7
I using this really best tool for documenting all my purchase, setups, etc. Really great job. Work fine in Yosemite Safari. Work great with other Safari extensions. Sometime need twice button click on Safari extension, must be fixed....
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3.5
TimGoldstein9905
10 November 2014
Version: 3.3.7
Like it, but no integration with outlook is a big shortfall in my book.
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5
Winco
04 November 2014
Version: 3.3.7
Excellent app that is always being improved and updated.
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5
HamantKeval4741
03 November 2014
Version: 3.3.6
One of the best Apps I have used from Mac Update - This little Gem is amazingly simple and yet I use it daily in my marketing swipes - Fantastic Thanks
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5
MurrayT2406
11 September 2014
Version: 3.3.6
Absolutely works perfectly in Safari - One of those Apps that are "Great!"
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5
anonymous-whale-2764
04 September 2014
Version: 3.3.6
Great little app does just what it is supposed to in an intuitive interface. Well done.
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jasonluart
27 August 2014
Version: 3.3.6
I have problem to activate my license. If I am not mistaken, I should enter the invoice id right?
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ecdltf
26 August 2014
Version: 3.3.6
Very nice app, delivers way better results than the system’s Save as PDF / Export as PDF. In addition it can save as continous PDF (without silly pagebreaks). This is a huge plus! Some glitches: - How can I remove this ugly and obtrusive “Rate in MacUpdate” button from the main window? - The footer text (notes, URL, page number) is not visible in the PDF. The text is searchable, i.e. it is present, but not visible. - If I select “Use pagination” the font sizes are messed up: the header text is still 14pt (or whatever was selected) but the page’s body text comes out in 5pt or something. This results in a ridiculously huge header text compared to the body text. - On the Mac App Store there is still an old version 3.2.8(!) that apparently is no longer maintained (last update 03 Jan 2013). I almost bought that one! It was pure coincidence that the MacUpdate promo mail directed my attention to the real one here (3.3.6). The obsolete version should be removed from the MAS.
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5
Sconnell
26 August 2014
Version: 3.3.6
Great app, useful for capturing oversized web pages. Easy to use. And one of my all-time favorite app icons :-)
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5
airrob
26 August 2014
Version: 3.3.6
So far so good.
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Pagomes
26 August 2014
Version: 3.3.6
Very handy application.
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Kevin-7e46ec5c
26 August 2014
Version: 3.3.6
Very handy web page capture - one click and a PDF appears on my desktop - nice and smooth - no glitches that I could find/stumble across
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Maylbu
22 August 2014
Version: 3.3.6
Maybe I'm missing something here. OS X has all those built in resources, Grab utility, option command 3 and 4 plus anda few more ways by pressing the option key. Way pay $15 for something you already have ??? !!!
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Caberlin
21 August 2014
Version: 3.3.5
This app might be useful but the second I tried to install the Safari Extension from this app it caused a number of crashes from various mac system processes (MacOS 10.9.4) over and over and I needed to reboot. Scary.
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Wts
21 August 2014
Version: 3.3.5
The only problem i have had over the years is that at certain "forum" sites it tends to copy my login page and not the web page i want. The developer had an explanation for that glitch which at the moment i forget why Web Snapper does that. Overall it does the job in capturing the web site. Also very important to me is that any url locations on that captured web site are clickable.
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4
PACStudio
30 July 2014
Version: 3.3.4
Very efficient capture utility.
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5
Kozzy49
08 July 2014
Version: 3.3.4
Could not get easier to use, great little utility. Nothing fancy, just efficient and useful.
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Mindplay
05 July 2014
Version:
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
25 May 2014
Version: 3.3.4
Easy to use and produces great results! Have used Web Snapper for years and still love it.
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anonymous-rabbit-5199
15 May 2014
Version: 3.3.4
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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4.5
ANDRESESPINCONESA4125
30 April 2014
Version: 3.3.4
Web Snapper actually works quite well for me.
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TastyApps-Customer-Service
24 April 2014
Version: 3.3.4
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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TastyApps-Customer-Service
24 April 2014
Version: 3.3.4
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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Bottacco
21 April 2014
Version: 3.3.4
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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ColinG6992
21 April 2014
Version: 3.3.4
Superb - it just works!
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Jacquesw
21 April 2014
Version: 3.3.4
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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5
Sum1
19 April 2014
Version: 3.3.4
Great app for downloading the entire webpage as a single PDF page or multiple page PDF. Well done.
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3.5
Kranboll
14 April 2014
Version: 3.3.4
Works OK for the price. It would be nicer if (1) the pdf downloaded with just one click, instead of also requiring that you click on the little green arrow icon; (2) you could save pages from database displays, as with PeopleSoft or other Oracle-like things. Right you get only the login page. It's possible other utilities like this have these features, but they are very expensive.
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3.5
Cwwwpcspam
31 March 2014
Version: 3.3.3
I've searched high and low for a web page PDF generator that can actually capture everything that is showing in a browser window, and I had high very hopes for this. This does have a simple user interface, and is an easy plug-in to Safari. Those are wonderful things. Sadly, the ubiquitous disqus commentary used on many web pages somehow disables full commentary printing (Ver.3.3.3) from capturing the commentary at all. Even when "more" is clicked on each and every comment to show the complete comment, this app simply cannot print everything there. I found no way of resolving this. (Would have also liked a FireFox plug-in since I'm certain Chrome is stalking everything one does on the web) We really need a pdf generator that can actually capture an entire web page accurately given what is displayed in a web browser. This must be hard because I could not find a solution anywhere.
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Brano
20 March 2014
Version: 3.3.3
I'm long time user, still improving functionality. very good user support.
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Bottacco
20 March 2014
Version: 3.3.3
The best way to capture long web pages without breaking them with pagination, or to save in one PDF those multipage web tutorials or articles. For me it is a basic tool in my web browsing. I have been using since the original product (Red Snapper) and it has worked well except in those periods of OS version changing. Lately it had some trouble with Mountain Lion and Mavericks, but this latest version (3.3.3) is working great. Worth the price if you browse the web for info retrieval or archiving.
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Craig Paterson
19 March 2014
Version: 3.3.3
Now that there is a Google Chrome Extension, WebSnapper is pretty much complete for my needs. Great work.
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billb9809
05 March 2014
Version: 3.3.2
I was using Paparazzi, which was good, but I've found Web Snapper to be more than worth it's money. I work in public relations and we often need to send screen grabs to clients, so I use these sort of programs a lot. Easy to use, you're able to 'snap' multiple pages at once and then download almost all at the same time so you can edit in Preview or something more powerful. What's even radder is their customer support is on it. The few times I've needed it, I've received email answers in under six hours... usually much less. Props to these guys for making my life easier!
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5
Spookylars
03 March 2014
Version: 3.3.2
A little but very useful utility that I've used for years. Plus a great support, so I give five stars.
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Jeand2
24 February 2014
Version: 3.3.2
3.3.2 works fine under Mavericks (10.9.1), easy to use, no problem.
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RJC.NJNYC
23 December 2013
Version: 3.3.0
Back In The Saddle Again!!! All fixed. The best Software out there for making PDFs of web pages! And responsive tech support too!
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RJC.NJNYC
19 December 2013
Version: 3.2.9
Oops, spoke too soon. My Web Snapper v3.2.9 was updated to v3.0.0 and its screwed up again. I like to make a pdf of MacUpdate descriptions of software for reference, and now you do not get what you see in the Web Snapper Browser Window in the resulting saved pdf. Also, I noticed that if the word More shows up in a description, it indicates that more date is available. When making a pdf of the page with Web Snapper, one step is a Web Snapper Browser Window opens where the page gets reloaded, and in the past when I click on the word More, resulting in the more date being revealed, and I then finish saving the resulting pdf capture of the page, but the more data revealed is not saved. Again, you do not get what you see in the Web Snapper Browser Window. Too bad.
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RJC.NJNYC
18 December 2013
Version: 3.2.9
Yes!!! Web Snapper is back working as it use to, even with MacUpdate site. Thank You! Thank You! Thank You!
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Macjudge
03 November 2012
Version: 3.2.6
Web Snapper actually works quite well for me. I have been using it for over 2 years without any problems. Unfortunately it doesn't seem to play nice with 'responsive' websites. I usually get the output in 'iPhone format' rather then the full page that I wanted. Please fix that!
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0.5
Svenster
31 October 2012
Version: 3.2.6
This software doesn’t. Dont. waste your money….
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anonymous-lynx-5545
30 October 2012
Version: 3.2.6
Not to put down the development efforts/developers but I'm happy with the Print>Save as PDF.
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Morlo
03 September 2012
Version: 3.2.3
sucks.. big time.. wont get all the stuff on the page. Download this little automator action http://scott.j38.net/interactive/url2pdf/ and be happy. Donate to the guy. This little action is infinitely better than webSnapper.
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Drdul
18 July 2012
Version: 3.2
Despite what the app description says, Web Snapper does not capture web pages "exactly as they appear in your browser." All the Safari extension does is pass the current URL to Web Snapper, which then loads the web page in order to save it. This means that if you use an ad-blocker or anything else that suppresses elements of a web page, Web Snapper will capture the web page with everything visible. It also means that if you're logged into a website (your bank, for example) and want to capture the page, Web Snapper can't do it because it can't log into the URL that is passed to it. I bought Web Snapper years ago when it was a haxie that integrated into Safari, and truly did capture what I was seeing in the browser. With subsequent changes that Apple has made to Safari, Web Snapper has lost its core functionality, and it's no longer of any use to me.
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PlatoP
09 March 2012
Version: 3.1
Wow! It's great
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Aapple
19 August 2011
Version: 3.1
Did not work at all in Safari (but that is already stated (verson 5+). In Firefox, attempted the drag and drop on a page where I was logged in, but the only page printed was the login page and not the page I was viewing. I really do not see how this could be used to print receipts, for example.
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F451
04 August 2011
Version: 3.0
Safari 5.X version in the works: http://oven.tastyapps.com/?p=79
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RJC.NJNYC
21 July 2011
Version: 3.0
For me it no longer works in Safari 5.1
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Simiula
02 June 2011
Version: 3.0
Fantastic app, very useful in any way and when you are purchasing something to get a screenshot without interrupt the payment.
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Sgginc
01 June 2011
Version: 3.0
I’ve never been able to get this or DropImageURL to work. If it’s a form or a confirmation page that is long it never captures it. My last attempt was a FedEx confirmation page of a claim. It captured the login page. DropImageURL couldn’t capture it either. Thanks ... Ken
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Maxruehl
29 May 2011
Version: 3.0
Why does this app produce files that are viewable in Preview, but appear as blank white pages in Adobe Acrobat? (on PPC 10.58)
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4.5
Kitmos
23 May 2011
Version: 3.0
I use WebSnapper daily. The few problems that I’ve had have been quickly solved by the developer
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Jo*
23 May 2011
Version: 3.0
So is 3.0 a paid upgrade? I can't find any info on this on the devs website nor is there any info on a reduced upgrade pricing. The in-app update release-notes don't show this either.
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Slippyd
20 March 2011
Version: 2.9
Wow… this app is total garbage. I got this as part of a MacUpdate bundle, but I will never be using it or anything else from this developer ever again. The simplest features I need (i.e. setting a specific pixel width for the capture) are non-existent. The output has ugly white margins added to it and background images/colors missing, as if the developer has hijacked Safari's printing system to export images as well. Some of the preferences don't stick when you hit “Save”, and others exhibit bizarre behavior (occasionally, choosing “Choose folder…” from the “Send to:” drop-down does absolutely nothing). I've only used this app for about 10 minutes, but there's not point using it or reviewing it any further; it simply does not meet the needs of someone who needs to screenshot websites into PNGs in a WYSIWYG/pixel-for-pixel fashion.
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Jimblue
08 February 2011
Version: 2.9
i really like the exchange of words between the developer and Donmontalvo. very constructive and well spoken on both sides. while the developers’ self-made SIMBL-like haxie will never be acceptable in a professional enterprise environment, it is acceptable for home users which is the target audience. i singularly like the SpiceRack haxie and the developers’ continued commitment to keeping it up-to-date and trouble free. it seemed there was a lot of non-constructive things said long ago and i waited a long time to install SpiceRack with Videobox. but someone’s gotta trust someone eventually or nothing gets done. i am extraordinarily particular about installing haxies on my system for the reasons so eloquently stated by Donmontalvo. SpiceRack is the only haxie i install on my home system with Videobox and i’m glad i finally trusted the developers’ skills enough to install it because it works great and has never caused me any problems. if it ever does cause me any problems more than once, i will uninstall it, maybe permanently. i have never spoken or communicated with the developers of Videobox — never had a reason to (other than getting my serial number). but i’ve read many things written by TastyApps and they claim they will vigorously stay current of Mac OS updates and other things that might effect SpiceRack’s performance. I for one can vouch this to be true for the past 18 months i been using Videobox. in real life, i’d have to know you 20+ years and you’d have to have a 99% perfect track record before i would vouch for you. “vouch” is something i very very rarely do because then i feel responsible if something goes wrong, and in real ife i’d then have to accept consequences also with whom i vouched for. beings as how it took the makers of Videobox years to earn my trust just to install a tiny piece of software they make, it would probably be in their best interest to bypass this need for trust by making their softwares legitimate Safari extensions/ Mozilla add-ons, or some other means if they could — could probably make more money that way with Web Snapper, Videobox and Musicbox.
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zx
22 November 2010
Version: 2.8.1
Added to the bugs list: Margin (in pixels) isn't working! Fix this thing already!
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