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  • 4.0 stars

    "Real Easy to Use"

    April 7, 2008  |   By zachary3

    Version: Web Snapper 2.2

    Summary

    This review was originally posted on VersionTracker.com.
    Web Snapper is a application that lets you turn any webpage into a snapshot and lets you do anything with it. It integrates into your safari browser very well. Once you take the snapshot, a window will come up in your browser and ask you how you want to save it. The snapshot can be converted into a pdf or a picture image with every page in the website. You may have many snapshots that you took, and with this application, you can combine the snapshots into one pdf. It is very easy to use. I have been using it for a couple of days, and I really like it. You will be surprised on how much it will be used. If you are the kind of person who loves saving things you see or likes to document things, this application is for you. Web Snapper costs $15.00 and is worth every penny.

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  • 5.0 stars

    "Web Snapper... Good job Tastyapps"

    December 21, 2007  |   By gregoryrogerjanson

    Version: Web Snapper 2.1

    Summary

    This review was originally posted on VersionTracker.com.
    Other people have placed a number of comments so I'll be brief. Great app! Should be standard with Safari. A terrific bargain for the money. They did have some trouble back in the fall, but got it together and that really makes them stellar in my book. Very personal in their willingness to make good.

    Buy it. You'll love it.

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  • 5.0 stars

    "Web Snapper... Good job Tastyapps"

    December 21, 2007  |   By gregoryrogerjanson

    Version: Web Snapper 2.1

    Summary

    This review was originally posted on VersionTracker.com.
    Other people have placed a number of comments so I'll be brief. Great app! Should be standard with Safari. A terrific bargain for the money. They did have some trouble back in the fall, but got it together and that really makes them stellar in my book. Very personal in their willingness to make good.

    Buy it. You'll love it.

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  • 2.0 stars

    "Come On TastyApps! You can do better"

    December 20, 2007  |   By ltnyc

    Version: Web Snapper 2.1

    Summary

    This review was originally posted on VersionTracker.com.
    I absolutely loved and came to rely on both Red Snapper (now Web Snapper) and FLVR (now Videobox) with Tiger. It was only when I "upgraded" to Leopard (mistake) that I realized how much I missed them. They used to work almost perfectly and made Safari a far better app.

    If Apple management has any brains at all (and I'm fairly sure they do) they'll gobble up TastyApps because here we have a company that totally "gets" the whole Apple aesthetic. Hell, if it wasn't for these apps I would be writing this review in Firefox. If I was Steve Jobs I'd hire these guys and put them to work on the Safari team ASAP. Seriously, have they stopped developing new features for Safari? I haven't noticed anything new or improved at all about Safari in OS X 10.5.

    Anyway I don't understand all the name changes, or the rush to release software that isn't quite ready for prime time, but I know small software companies are usually just one or two people and we should cut them a break. Everybody makes mistakes. It's what you do afterwards that matters.

    A word of advice for Tasty Apps: don't release new versions of your apps until you're sure they're at least as good as the previous version. Your problem is you did a little too well on your first outing. Now people expect quality, intuitive software from you everytime. Deliver anything less and you're going to take a beating on the web.

    My experiences have been overwhelmingly positive. I bought FLVR and Red Snapper from a company which charged a very reasonable price for awesome software. Those apps were a bargain, really, and the company did the right thing by offering free upgrades. Took them a minute - but they came correct.

    I sincerely hope you guys bounce back. You have talent and I - for one - would like to get my FLVR and Red Snapper functionality back on my Safari.

    So all you peoples chill out a bit. We're not talking about a big room full of guys writing code all day and night. This is a small operation, run by people who almost certainly have day jobs, and we need to give them a chance to make good on the promise of their early success.

    I'm going to wait this one out. Not forever, mind you. But I'm certainly willing to give Tasty Apps another chance.

    Happy Holidays.

    Yours,
    LTnyc


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  • 5.0 stars

    "Web Snapper is OK!"

    December 19, 2007  |   By Winco

    Version: Web Snapper 2.1

    Summary

    This review was originally posted on VersionTracker.com.
    TO EVERYONE! - Apple has disabled Safari Plugins in Safari 3.0. Unfortunalty, this included Red Snapper. They provided a FREE upgrade from RS to WS after a little delay. Please note, they apologised for being MIA for while - there were some personal issues that got in the way of daily business and they are making every effort to get back to all of you who emailed them asking what was happening. Well done to the developer. Please purchase this excellent app.

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  • 5.0 stars

    "A great program"

    December 7, 2007  |   By sunskier

    Version: Web Snapper 2.1

    Summary

    This review was originally posted on VersionTracker.com.
    In spite of the fact that there were a few bugs with the Leopard upgrade the Tasty Apps folks responded to my e-mails and provided the necessary information to get Web Snapper functioning as well as Red Snapper did on Tiger. I wouldn't hesitate to buy their software again.

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  • 5.0 stars

    "Indispensable and affordable tool for creating pdfs..."

    December 2, 2007  |   By pentimento

    Version: Web Snapper 2.1

    Summary

    ...from web!
    This review was originally posted on VersionTracker.com.
    The new Web Snapper is an excellent update to the previous version Red Snapper. You can quickly and easily make a pdf, png, jpg, jp2, tiff or bmp file with a click of a button in the toolbar. The latest improvement is the ability to make multi-page pdfs easily, which is a great advance. I hope they keep going with this and include some of the functionality of the old Webstractor, which could pdf an entire site from one url. Good support, though not much needed. The toolbar button is optional but very efficient.

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  • 5.0 stars

    "More than worth the money"

    December 2, 2007  |   By stevejonz

    Version: Web Snapper 2.1

    Summary

    This review was originally posted on VersionTracker.com.
    I loved Red Snapper and was bummed when it disappeared after I upgraded to Leopard and Safari 3. Web Snapper is just as good, though, and I've experienced good customer service. When I had a problem getting rid of a SIMBL error, I sent an e-mail and the developer responded promptly with a solution.

    This is one of the best pieces of software I've ever purchased â?? shareware or a commercial product â?? and it's free if you already have a license for Red Snapper. I'm always needing to make PDFs at work It's certainly made my job easier. I especially like that it preserves the live hyperlinks in the PDF.

    I still can't believe it's only $8! Get this; you won't be disappointed. Web Snapper is still technically still in beta (I'm using v2.1), but I've experienced no problems whatsoever.

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  • 5.0 stars

    "Snapper Upgrade Works Great!!!"

    November 30, 2007  |   By VersionTrackerUserOpinion

    Version: Web Snapper 2.1

    Summary

    This review was originally posted on VersionTracker.com.
    I had only used Red Snapper for a short time before I switched to Leopard. Like a lot of other third-party apps (still waiting on several -- you know who you are) it took a little while for the upgrade. My understanding is that Apple did something to disallow third party plug-ins, so I didn't know what to expect. The new version is quite nice and actually adds some features, like the ability to create multi-page PDFs. It basically adds each "captured" page to a queue so when you're ready, you can go through and save individual or multi-page PDFs. Nice! You can access the app either by launching it separately or with a button that's added to Safari's toolbar. Only thing I'd like to see work differently is to have Web Snapper move to the front when activated. Right now it opens behind Safari. Anyway, thanks for the new version. I feel whole again!

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  • 5.0 stars

    "Web Snapper...the best web page grabber ever"

    November 21, 2007  |   By bpwhistler

    Version: Web Snapper 2.0

    Summary

    This review was originally posted on VersionTracker.com.
    TastyApps is a great company. RedSnapper was awesome. I never had a problem with it or them. They are offering a great deal if you owned Red Snapper previously. Go to their website and take advantage if this applies. You won't be sorry.

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