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NameCyotek WebCopyVersion1.0.5.0
LicenseFreewareLast UpdatedJun 12, 2013
First added by:AlbertPhanFirst added timeJun 12, 2013
Category Internet » Internet ToolsPlatform Windows
Short description Copy websites locally for offline browsing

Developer's description

Cyotek WebCopy is a handy and reliable application created to generate local copies of websites for offline viewing. Cyotek WebCopy will automatically crawl a website and download its contents, remapping links to other files to allow offline browsing. Cyotek WebCopy can authenticate with websites, post forms, and allows the use of rules to download only the content you wish.

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