WebArt produces tree graphs of website pages which you could call "art", hence the name WebArt. It parses a website and generates a graph of its contents, color coded by HTML element type. The graph is generated dynamically and incorporates physics so that you can watch your art creation grow in realtime.One of the easier ways to generate a graph is directly from Safari. As you are browsing a site you can edit the url and change the "http://" to "webart://" and WebArt will be launched and will generate a graph from that page. So for example, if you are browsing http://www.apple.com from Safari, edit the url address to webart://www.apple.com and WebArt will launch and generate the graph.An internet connection is required to make full use of WebArt. The tree graphs are constructed dynamically from real live websites so an internet connection is needed. If an internet connection is not available then an example graph is created which allows you to still use the program but you won't be able to access other websites.WebArt is free to download and an In-App purchase upgrades you to the pro version which allows you to share and change options for the graph.Looking for something unique and different on the AppStore. THIS is it!