WebSnapperPro
WebSnapperPro
2.3.5

4.1

WebSnapperPro

WebSnapperPro

2.3.523 March 2019

Capture entire Web pages as single images or PDFs.

WebSnapperPro
$20.00
23 March 2019

4.1

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WebSnapperPro

WebSnapperPro

2.3.523 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.

Requirements for WebSnapperPro

  • OS X 10.10.0 or later

256 Reviews

Rate this app:

18 July 2012

Most helpful

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.
Like (10)
Version 3.2
20 July 2019
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Version 2.3.5
04 October 2018
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
Like (3)
Version 2.3.3
28 July 2018
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”.
Like (1)
Version 2.3.2
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Version 2.2.4
30 April 2018
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
Like (4)
Version 2.1.0
17 April 2018
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?
Like
Version 2.0.9
1 answer(s)
tom-182
18 April 2018
Hello tx517

Tom here from TAstyApps

Sorry for any confusion. Drag N Drop is a holdover from earlier days when websites were simpler. Modern web sites are much more complicated but WebSnapperPro can handle them with better results than exporting as a PDF or saving as a web page. The Drag N Drop functionality is still there for users who need to make captures of “local” html pages. The function is mentioned in the Tutorial with the caution “But this method will not take account of any dynamic changes you made –logins, menu choices, internal navigation, etc.”

The WebSnapper Pro Tutorial lists 3 capture methods: the Safari and Chrome Insta-Link buttons, the Bookmarklet, and the internal MiniBrowser. For most target pages the results will be the same.. But some coding techniques can be difficult and the WebSnapperPro Tutorial has an Advanced Capture Techniques section to help with that. You can get the operational details for all WebSnapperPro features and capabilities in the WebSnapperPro Tutorial on our web site. – www.tastyapps.com/wsprotut.html

Here are 3 captures of the pages you mentioned, made using the Safari Insta-Link button:

www.tastyapps.net/downloads/iphone.pdf

www.tastyapps.net/downloads/mac.pdf

www.tastyapps.net/downloads/macpro.pdf

We are in the process of redoing the WebSnapperPro Interface to improve usability
Like (3)
14 March 2018
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.
Like (1)
Version 2.0.8
1 answer(s)
Tastyapps
14 March 2018
Thanks so much Novascotian. We worked very hard to include the most sought after functions in WebSnapperPro. and we're always open to suggestions going forward.
Like
10 March 2018
Like
Version 2.0.8
09 March 2018
Doest what it says, and does it good...
Like
Version 2.0.8
1 answer(s)
Tastyapps
09 March 2018
Thanks Machouis, we try our best.
Like
07 March 2018
Un'App eccellente per catturare pagine Web e salvarle in vari formati. Funziona perfettamente e a mio giudizio la migliora nel suo genere!!!
Like
Version 2.0.8
1 answer(s)
Tastyapps
07 March 2018
Grazie mille. Facciamo del nostro meglio con le nostre TastyApps e apprezziamo i tuoi commenti.
Like
$20.00

4.1

Category:

Internet

Internet Utilities

Developer Website:
DownloadPurchase nowMacUpdateInstall with MacUpdate

Downloaded & Installed 89,075 times

$20.00

4.1

Category:

Internet

Internet Utilities

Developer Website:
DownloadPurchase nowMacUpdateInstall with MacUpdate

Downloaded & Installed 89,075 times

Don't like new MacUpdate? Back to old design.

256 Reviews

Rate this app:

18 July 2012

Most helpful

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.
Like (10)
Version 3.2
20 July 2019
Like
Version 2.3.5
04 October 2018
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
Like (3)
Version 2.3.3
28 July 2018
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”.
Like (1)
Version 2.3.2
Like
Version 2.2.4
30 April 2018
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
Like (4)
Version 2.1.0
17 April 2018
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?
Like
Version 2.0.9
1 answer(s)
tom-182
18 April 2018
Hello tx517

Tom here from TAstyApps

Sorry for any confusion. Drag N Drop is a holdover from earlier days when websites were simpler. Modern web sites are much more complicated but WebSnapperPro can handle them with better results than exporting as a PDF or saving as a web page. The Drag N Drop functionality is still there for users who need to make captures of “local” html pages. The function is mentioned in the Tutorial with the caution “But this method will not take account of any dynamic changes you made –logins, menu choices, internal navigation, etc.”

The WebSnapper Pro Tutorial lists 3 capture methods: the Safari and Chrome Insta-Link buttons, the Bookmarklet, and the internal MiniBrowser. For most target pages the results will be the same.. But some coding techniques can be difficult and the WebSnapperPro Tutorial has an Advanced Capture Techniques section to help with that. You can get the operational details for all WebSnapperPro features and capabilities in the WebSnapperPro Tutorial on our web site. – www.tastyapps.com/wsprotut.html

Here are 3 captures of the pages you mentioned, made using the Safari Insta-Link button:

www.tastyapps.net/downloads/iphone.pdf

www.tastyapps.net/downloads/mac.pdf

www.tastyapps.net/downloads/macpro.pdf

We are in the process of redoing the WebSnapperPro Interface to improve usability
Like (3)
14 March 2018
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.
Like (1)
Version 2.0.8
1 answer(s)
Tastyapps
14 March 2018
Thanks so much Novascotian. We worked very hard to include the most sought after functions in WebSnapperPro. and we're always open to suggestions going forward.
Like
10 March 2018
Like
Version 2.0.8
09 March 2018
Doest what it says, and does it good...
Like
Version 2.0.8
1 answer(s)
Tastyapps
09 March 2018
Thanks Machouis, we try our best.
Like
07 March 2018
Un'App eccellente per catturare pagine Web e salvarle in vari formati. Funziona perfettamente e a mio giudizio la migliora nel suo genere!!!
Like
Version 2.0.8
1 answer(s)
Tastyapps
07 March 2018
Grazie mille. Facciamo del nostro meglio con le nostre TastyApps e apprezziamo i tuoi commenti.
Like