If you are viewing a Web site with your browser and you decide that you would like to make a copy of it on your hard drive, you have to manually save each page as you view it along with embedded pictures, sounds and so on. This can be a very long and tedious process, and in many cases it's more trouble than it's worth. It doesn't have to be that way, however, as Web Dumper makes this whole process very fast and easy. With Web Dumper you can download entire Web sites off of the Internet, and save them on your hard drive for later offline browsing. Downloaded Web sites are saved on your hard drive with their directory structure intact. Web Dumper automatically downloads HTML documents along with their embedded pictures, sounds, movies and so on while it screens them to look for any enclosed links to other documents. Web Dumper lets you select which kinds of file you want to be dumped between more than 60 available standard types, the folder depth level, how links must be processed and if it must re-link your HTML documents for offline browsing.
What is new in this release:
A new 'Help > What's new' menu let's the user read the version history from newer to older. The application no longer depends on any Carbon libraries on Mac OS X, Cocoa only. Fix: Yosemite (10.10) small fixes. Fix: Several aesthetic fixes.
What is new in version 3.3.6:
[Upg] The application now comes with the App Nap feature disabled on Mac OS 10.9 (Maverick).
[Opt] Faster URL list updating and processing thanks to new file displaying cache.
[Fix] Maverick (10.9) small fixes.