*** Now FREE!!! ***
Capture full-length PNG screenshots of any website.
BrowseShot lets you capture a PNG of the full scrollable area of a website.
Important: May not work with some websites. See Limitations for more details or email support for specific websites.
- Safari-compatible browser with back/forward support.
- Works with websites that require login (e.g. Facebook).
- Reset option to clear Cookies and cached data.
- Single window only (new window links replace the current page).
- Plug-Ins (such as Flash Player, Java) are NOT supported.
- Some websites (such as Gmail) disable scrolling on the full page and/or implement scrolling on inner sections of the page. BrowseShot does NOT capture the unseen parts of such sections.
Please email support about any questions or issues!
Most Helpful Reviews
This app takes a picture of all of a web page - not just the area viewable on your screen - I have been seeking an app like this for years. Open up the app and paste in a web address. Click on the camera icon to save a PNG image of the entire page - not just the area viewable on the screen. Click on the saved image and it opens in Preview (if that is set as your default viewer). You can expand the image and use the magnification feature to view it like it is on the screen.
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Does what it says - I’ve tried browser plugins / extensions before to do the job, but they often crash my browsers. Finally, an app that does the job well and very simple to use too. Thumbs up!
Here’s the Paparazzi replacement I’ve been looking for - I’d used Paparazzi for years to take full-page shots of web pages for work. I couldn’t get it to work for this job, so I went looking for a replacement and found BrowseShot. It’s everything I needed and then some—more than a simple page-grabber, it functions as a browser so I don’t have to paste each link into the address field. A job I expected to take two hours only took one. If you need more than a screen shot or window-grab utility, this does the job and does it well.
OMG! A Dream! - For years I have been trying to find an app that captures a full web page. As a website designer, full page web shots are so important for a portfolio. And this has been around since 2013. Stupid me for not googling it sooner. Thank you!
BrowserShot is THE BOMB man! - Like another reviewer here, I had been using Paparrazi for years, and between HDD crashes, CC cloning from HDD to SSD to this & to that & whatnot, somehow Paparrazi disappeared. Or maybe, perhaps, now that I think of it, maybe I dumped it ‘cause it wouldn’t work in the new Capitan or Sierra or something. Anyway……. I really missed having a utility like Paparrazi to take fuuuull screenshots of a webpage, top to bottom. Tonight in a Google Hitlist, I stumbled across info about BrowserShot. So I DLd it, installed it, & right away ran 3 different Facebook webpage URLs through it (had to log into FB in BrowserShot’s web browser first though) & saved them all as PNGS, which is the BrowserShot unchangeable image format default. And then, because I was going to put them into my Dropbox & email off a clickable link to that folder with the Browsershot pics in it, in Preview I exported them as 70% JPGs to knock their filesizes down, and they all still looked great despite shaving off 20-30% of the otherwise 100% “lossless" JPG filesize. Thank you, txtlab BrowserShot developers for making a *free* and *ad free,* very simple to use, very nicely cosmetically composed UI, & really useful utility that does just one thing, and does that one thing *perfectly.* Frankly, I’m getting kind of tired of running into those “Swiss Army knife” types of apps that are made up of 1/3 mediocre “filler gizmos,” so it’s really kinda nice to have one or two or more such dedicated “do just one thing really really well” very dependable & stable apps like BrowserShot onboard. This one’s easy…. ***** 11 Stars *****
Simple and Perfect - Does exactly what it says with a very friendly UI, great quality app and for free! Thank you developer(s)