SiteSucker by Rick Cranisky (Universal)
Released: Dec 21, 2009
Version: 3.2
Size: 2 MB
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Rick Cranisky
SiteSucker is an iOS app that automatically downloads websites from the Internet. It does this by copying the site's webpages, style sheets, images, PDFs, and other files to your iOS device, duplicating the site's directory structure. When SiteSucker downloads a webpage or style sheet, it scans the file for links and downloads the links. SiteSucker "localizes" the pages it downloads, allowing you to browse a site while offline.

SiteSucker lets you save the current URL and settings in a document which you can use to download the same site in the same way whenever you want.

What's new in version 3.2
Fixed a problem downloading supporting files from password-protected sites.
Fixed a problem with the built-in browser that could cause it to use the wrong path when saving certain webpages.
Honored the rel="nofollow" attribute in HTML tags and added the Ignore rel="nofollow" setting.
Replaced Suppress Login Dialog setting with Login Dialog setting.
Allowed users to import uncompressed folders from the Mac using the Finder.
Displayed progress while reading zip archives during import.
Fixed some problems caused by the file system being case sensitive.
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Our verdict: Good
  • + SiteSucker is a highly rated app (4.5-star).
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