Minimalist, but works I had no trouble saving a multi-page document that I couldn't load with Web2PDF. I read another review that said only the visible part would be saved... Maybe a Wikipedia article, or some other page that requires user intervention to load completely? It would be nice if it could save the current state of a page, rather than loading it from scratch. Perhaps it could have an integrated browser, like Download Manager.
ANNOYING Where are the instructions? Only converts visible page. And where the devil does it save it? Certainly no option to choose save location. Needs work to be more than annoying
Worked on 1st try. Did 26 pages (entire home page of article) it clipped text off end of sentences that were next to picture adverts. I am going to test it again later. Update. Yuck... always says 100 pages and then fails. Remove it.
Very long web page of text and a few links... So far so very good. A web page that converts into 500+ pages of text, converted immediately on this app (total time less than one minute from first looking for a 'webpage to pdf converter' app to reading pdf onscreen) - instructions not really needed. (All attempts to create pdf via various browser produced unreadable, 'error' documents.)
Thought it was good but of late it converts only the visible screen, not the whole article (page)
Wow its really amazing Best part of it is, it actually sends converted PDFs to ur mail box. Plz tell me where can I get my saved PDFs I'm unable to find that.
New "Ads" option : cleaning page when rendering PDF.
Free PDF reader that allows you to easily view, annotate and sign PDF documents.