Save as Web Archive

Contains adsIn-app purchases
4.1
22.1K reviews
1M+
Downloads
Content rating
Everyone
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About this app

Web Clipper App.
This app allows you to save web pages offline for reading later.
The best ways to save web pages to read later.

[Features]
- Save web pages offline
- Grid view / List view / Gallery view
- Thumbnail view
- Folders
- Web page add, edit, move and delete
- Folder add, edit, move and delete
- Backup and restore
- Keep screen on/off
- Status bar shortcut
- Multiple selection
- Search

[Usage]
- Show the web page on your browser.
- Select 'Share' -> 'Save as Web Archive'.
Updated on
May 15, 2022

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4.1
22.1K reviews
A Google user
March 22, 2019
best offline reader app. would like drag drop reordering. would really like to be able to use this cross platform. would really like to be able to pay for app to help further dev. would really like to be able to specify data folder for easier backup. would like to be able to set default view to All. would really like to not refresh on swipe down due to being potentially offline, or at a later attemptng to refresh a page that is no longer avail. reddit does not archive properly. Windows ver pls.
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D H
June 9, 2019
Great app, better than Pocket: has folders and sub folders not tags, saves full web page forever without additional cost. Backup to cloud option. Would pay for ad free version. Suggestion: title bar, "Preview", gets in the way when saving page sometimes - cookie messages are normally at the bottom of the screen, which means the accept/deny buttons on websites are hidden as the title bar pushes the page down on the screen and the buttons are hidden underneath the Samsung navigation bar.
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Dmitry T
January 27, 2021
Kind of useless app. No idea how web pages are saved. If you save them as HTML, MHT or PDF, then you should allow users to access actual files. I want to email my saved web page, I want to interract with actual file outside of the app. When I click open file button, it should open *offline* copy of webpage in another compatible Android app, but you are redirecting to online link for some reason. Sorry, but this does not make sense 😏
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What's new

Added support for Android 12.
Updated internal libraries.
Removed unnecessary permissions.
Bug fixes and performance improvements.