Save as Web Archive

Contains adsIn-app purchases
22.9K reviews
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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.

- 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

- Show the web page on your browser.
- Select 'Share' -> 'Save as Web Archive'.
Updated on
Jul 1, 2022

Data safety

Safety starts with understanding how developers collect and share your data. Data privacy and security practices may vary based on your use, region, and age. The developer provided this information and may update it over time.
No data shared with third parties
Learn more about how developers declare sharing
This app may collect these data types
App activity, App info and performance, and Device or other IDs
Data is encrypted in transit
Data can’t be deleted

Ratings and reviews

21.9K reviews
John Walker
July 16, 2023
Well, shoot. I hate to mislead anyone by reviewing an app which hasn't seen any updates in over a year, and so could very well be dead at this point (mid-July, '23), but I love it! It has a couple of quirks, like not dealing with pop-ups before saving, but, other than that it's highly useful to me. I use it as an ultra-bookmarker, for things I want to save as-is, before they're either altered or taken down forever. Please don't abandon your app, dev.
4 people found this review helpful
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A Google user
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.
Bug fixes and performance improvements.