Web Dumper
Web Dumper
3.4.3

2.0

Web Dumper free download for Mac

Web Dumper

3.4.3
15 April 2019

Download entire websites for offline browsing.

Overview

Web Dumper lets you download entire Web sites off of the Internet, and save them on your hard drive for later offline browsing.

Downloaded Web sites are saved on your hard drive with their directory structure intact. Web Dumper automatically downloads HTML documents along with their embedded pictures, sounds, movies and so on while it screens them to look for any enclosed links to other documents.

What's new in Web Dumper

Version 3.4.3:

Note: Now requires OS X 10.10 or later

Improved:
  • SSL download (https) is now much faster and multi-threaded.
New Features:
  • 'About the app' box tool menu entry to Get license info, Register and Unregister.
  • 'About the app' box tool menu entry to see the User License Agreement.
  • 'About the app' box tool menu entry to Reset the app settings to factory default.
  • 'About the app' box tool menu entry to Copy the current serial.
  • 'About the app' box tool menu entry to Rethe Update Plan.
Fixed:
  • Status line now shows 'https://' rather than 'http://' for secure pages.
  • URL list now shows 'https://' rather than 'http://' for secure pages.
  • Connections setting is now saved and restored even for values greater than 10.
  • Interface flickering has been fixed on the MS Windows version.
  • List icon showing a black background on given occasions

14 Web Dumper Reviews

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PAGE SUCKER REVIEWER
05 December 2007

Most helpful

Web dumper always lack when i download websites (Stuck for a while and have to wait before i can press any buttons). Sometimes it stuck on one file for more than an 1hour although under preferences i put it at 10s to skip the file if it take that long to connect.
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Version 2.3.9
Fangoo
15 September 2015
After a brief trial it failed miserably. I've been using Bulk Image Downloader (BulkImageDownloader.com) for years but in recent years it downloads fewer and fewer files, eg tens of thousands to a few hundred or thousand. Another drawback is its a Windows app but it works with PlayOnMac (free windows emulator and Firefox windows version is also needed). Anyone else have any other suggestions?
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Version 3.3.7
Akrobat
31 December 2012
Absolute garbage. Either it downloads 10% of the website (web page setting) or it tries to download the entire world wide web (website setting). Tried a number of settings but still the same rubbish. I agree with the poster below. How it got such good ratings I don't know. Probably dummy Macupdate accounts.
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Version 3.3.4
aliihosseini
26 July 2012
hey friend i need to help of you what is .dmg? and can i show it by...? plz i need download page admin of one website but i dont know how start it....?
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Version 3.3.3
Bellir
22 December 2009
I tried the WebDumper demo and it was not great but it seemed to do the job. When I decided to get the software, I cannot believe how many thing it missed including putting a lot of trash on the page. I contacted them immediately, right after I paid for it. I sent them a jpeg of all the problems and corrupted data, yet they won't contact me. I sent email to support but they will ignore me. I then sent email to sales, but I guess they no longer have that department since the email got returned. I don't understand why people here are saying it's so good. I don't have any friends at MaxPro or whatever the real name of that company is, and certainly am surprised by the good reviews. bellir
Like (1)
Version 3.1.1
PAGE SUCKER REVIEWER
05 December 2007
Web dumper always lack when i download websites (Stuck for a while and have to wait before i can press any buttons). Sometimes it stuck on one file for more than an 1hour although under preferences i put it at 10s to skip the file if it take that long to connect.
Like (2)
Version 2.3.9
Anonymous
03 January 2005
this bites. learn to use curl & wget.
Like (1)
Version 2.2.2
1 answer(s)
Macsolu
Macsolu
14 November 2007
...or NOT.
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Version 2.3.9
Anonymous
02 January 2005
Crashes every time I try to view/change the preferences. 10.2.8 on a G4.
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Version 2.2.2
Bill-B
26 July 2004
Tried this out at a website loaded with pictures and at two sites with many HTML pages and PDF's. It downloaded JPEG's of size 0kB - useless. It did better at the second two sites, but not as well as SiteSucker (which is donationware.) Conclusion? Crapware.
Like (1)
Version 2.2
Anonymous
22 July 2004
Any other similar products? How do they stand up against webdumper?
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Version 2.2
1 answer(s)
Jppagliaro
Jppagliaro
02 August 2005
A similar product is "Blue Crab": http://www.limit-point.com/BlueCrab/BlueCrab.dmg
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Version 2.3
Anonymous
18 May 2004
PageSucker for OS X has features that do work.
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Version 2.1
$16.40

2.0

App requirements: 
  • Intel 64
  • OS X 10.10.0 or later
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