is one of those apps that will make viewing websites offline so much easier. The idea behind the app is to be able to grab entire webpages for use offline. Whether you need to read, test, or simply create some side notes on the existing content, with the help of this program, grabbing the webpage or base for all these adjustments should become much easier. Handling the app might be slightly tricky.
If you’re scared that the app itself might be a bit complicated to operate, you shouldn’t really worry about it. Why? Mainly because even though it looks slightly intimidating, all options and settings are clearly labeled. With a bit of trial and error, you should be able to get the hang of it soon. As previously stated, options such as Quick Scan, Scan Website, Copy Website, Rules, Forms and Passwords, all speak for themselves. This ultimately means that you’ll know where to find a specific command once you’re sure you need that specific one.
In the lower-half of the window, one can find the sitemap for whatever page or pages have been extracted. A list of files will show any attachments or elements present on that page. Set rules in order for the page to look and feel functional. The program will crawl and extract the exact layout of your desired page. In the reports section, the user will have to deal with aspects such as Empty Meta Data, Redirects or Images, all parts of the page or pages that have been assimilated.
Crytek WebCopy is exactly what the label says, a professional, option-filled website-crawling application that will satisfy all your offline-reading necessities when it comes to web pages on most if not all websites out there. The program responds in due time and does not display any glitches which is yet another positive aspect in this case.