Webpage Capture iPhone 4 Retina





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Uploaded on Oct 31, 2011

Webpage Capture enables you to take a screenshot of the complete webpage you are browsing. You can then save it, email it or share it on Social networks like Facebook, Twitter and Flickr.
The app captures the complete webpage whether visible or not as an image instead of HTML. This is useful for keeping track of pages visited, for storing information for later use or for sharing with somebody somewhere that cannot access a webpage.

Saving content as image enables you to have a copy of pages that frequently change so you always keep visible track of pages...e.g. newspaper or magazine pages change frequently, some even daily...

The screenshot can be saved on the device itself and can also be transferred via iTunes File Share.


☆ Full-featured support for iPhones | iPod Touch | iPads
☆ Save images of varying sizes
☆ Save PDF to device
☆ Transfer the image saved to iTunes via File Share
☆ Email images of varying sizes
☆ Supports all types of webpages
☆ Supports Portrait and landscape modes
☆ Share with major Social networks: Facebook | Twitter | Flickr with more on the way.
☆ The beauty of the app is its simplicity: Capture the whole page while on the move with 1 click.
☆ Links to visited webpages are saved and are easily accessible
☆ Option to add URL, page title and border to each screen grab
☆ Settings page for storing default starting web address


☆ iPhone 3G, iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4, iPhone 4S, iPad, iPod Touch (2nd generation), iPod Touch (3rd generation), iPod Touch (4th generation) is required
☆ iPhone or iPod Touch must have iOS 4 or later
☆ The app is available globally

More features and Social networks support is on its way and if there is any feature you would like added to the app, please let us know. We are at iphone@endicosoft.com



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