Web Boomerang esteve disponível como oferta em 17 de agosto de 2012
Web Boomerang é a copiadora da web mais rápida do mercado, possibilitando que você capture milhares de fotos, músicas, clipes, estatísticas esportivas, receitas, informações ou até mesmo sites inteiros e salvá-los no seu computador. Depois você pode trabalhar diretamente do seu computador usando a sua biblioteca - você nem precisa estar online para usar o conteúdo capturado.
Você nunca precisará se preocupar com o conteúdo estar ali ou ter que pagar por armazenamento de arquivos gratuitos.
Windows 2000/ XP/ 2003 Server/ Vista/ 7
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This one has a two step registration process. First you visit the page:
You will need to register. I entered my name and email address and left the other information blank. Next you need to send a blank email to:
I did so and received my key immediately. While this process worked flawlessly, too many others do not. So I would urge GAOTD to please ask the publishers to include the required information in the readme file. Enough of these processes that require us to jump through so many hoops. I understand the decision to try the programs offered here is entirely up to the user. But I feel this type of registration process will turn more users off rather than enticing them to try the offer. That is just my opinion but I would think there are many others that have similar feelings.
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Today's giveaway is a pretty decent offline browser which does what it claims pretty well. Very handy app if you are travelling or have problems to connect to the internet on a daily basis.
Tools like this are very useful indeed because can reduce the cost of web time and the necessity to repeat browsing sessions all the time in order to find out missed info.
However I can't see any reason to buy (50 bucks?? Come on....LOL!!) or even to download it, taking into account that there are many FREEWARE ALTERNATIVES out there doing the same thing or even more for FREE!!
Developers of shareware apps like this GAOTD should provide much more features which cannot be found elsewhere, otherwise it doesn't make sense charging money as long as people are aware of free alternatives of course (but don't worry, Giovanni is here just for this kind of "public service"...LOL!)
BEST FREEWARE and always UPDATABLE ALTERNATIVES:
* (Portable) WinHTTrack Website Copier (==> My Personal First Choice)
Great FREE multiplatform OFFLINE BROWSER APP designed to:
° download an entire website to a folder of your choice
° build all directories
° get html, images and other files directly from the website server to your PC.
° update an already downloaded site
* FreshWebSuction (==> GREAT TOOL especially for noobs)
Amazing free program much easier to use compared to WinHTTrack: what you have to do is just enter the web address and then this magic tool download entire web pages while you go.
It is capable of downloading up to 50 files simultaneously and speed up your browsing by saving pages to your hard drive regardless of your web connection speed. So it's especially suitable for users dealing with slow web connection on a daily basis: it even lets you set which FILE TYPES (HTML, Images, Audio, Videos, Documents, Archived, User-defined etc...) and FILE EXTENSION (HTM,HTML,SHTM,SHTML,HTMS,HTMLX,ASP,PL,STM,STML,IDC,HTX,XSP,XML,CFM,CGI,HTMP,PHP,PHP3,NSF,JSP,ASPX) you want to save to see them offline later on.
* PageNest Free Offline Browser (==> Great for dialup users)
Another great feature rich offline website downloader, which lets you download complete websites or just selected pages: it's capable of downloading up to 40 files together from any websites.
The FREE EDITION lets you specify the FILE TYPES to download (text, graphics, multimedia files etc...), as well as the file size and the minimum and maximum value of it.
Best feature is undoubtely that allowing users to control the number of threads so that they can see downloading sites, parsing, errors and logs.
* WebAssistant Proxy Offline Browser
Terrific FREE offline browser which uses a different approach compared to the other apps listed above: in fact, with this tool you don't need to download any website to browse it offline later, since whenever you visit a website it stores a local copy of that web page in the cache of your browser.
And once you are again online this magic app updates your cached web pages and adds new pages automatically: cool, isn't it?
* WebReaper 10.0
Pretty old but lovely web crawler and spider tool, able to scan an entire website in a few second time in ordeer to download pages, pictures and objects that it finds.
· Multithreaded downloading
· Explorer-style interface
· ShockWave Flash support - downloads/fixes up SWF movies for local browsing
· User-customisable filters - limit by depth, time per object, total time and 'distance' from starting server, and many others
· Simple-to-use filter wizard - helps you build complex filters quickly and easily
· Full Drag & Drop support - drag links to/from Internet Explorer/Netscape
· Save downloaded files using relative paths to recreate websites stored locally with links adjusted to make them fully browsable
· Resume' mode reads files saved locally to avoid reloading unchanged pages
· Proxy & website authentication, allowing websites with passwords or behind firewalls to be reaped
· URL Profiles' allow depth and filter configurations to be saved with associated URLs for easy re-reaping in future
* (Portable) Kiwix 0.9 (==> Great for WIKIPEDIA junkies)
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I had hoped the new beefed up wrapper would prevent nightmare registration processes like this. I guess the ethics of the developers is beyond GOTD's control but I don't like satisfying developers with email address, even though the email address I used was created just for software giveaway registration. I'll be expecting spam and that email address to be sold to spammers as well.
The program works as well as the others I have used that are free. It's a good way to fill up your hard drive in seconds.
It adds a BHO to your system which I have a huge problem with:
Here are some freeware alternatives that do not add BHOs or demand your email address:
HTTrack - http://www.httrack.com/ (My favorite)
PageNest - http://www.pagenest.com/
Local Website Archive - http://www.aignes.com/lwa.htm
2 others are GetLeft and QuadSucker/Web
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What browsers does this work with? I only see Internet Explorer mentioned but many of us use Chrome or Firefox. I could use a program like this but I need to know if it will work with my browser (Chrome) because I REFUSE to go back over to IE just for a glorified screenshot.
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@4. David Merrington -- You have a partial point. Unauthorised republication or dissemination of copyright material makes you liable to prosecution.
However, the architecture of websites and browsers alike often generates local copies on the end-users' computers of the files they view or browse on other people's websites. This is intrinsic to what browsing is about, and so anyone who makes their material publicly viewable or accessible without implementing some kind of gatekeeping technology on their site forfeits any expectation that it will not be stored locally on any third-party equipment.
In most legal jurisdictions, I can't see how a valid distinction can be drawn between that kind of file copying and the intentional downloading of such files for personal use -- in other words, when those files are not sold or otherwise redistributed in ways that conflict with 'fair use' exemptions -- since copyright law protects this kind of private use.
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