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Extract URLs is an app to extract and collect urls from a text file (html, rtf, txt, or any text format).
Paste or drop your text file and it will automatically list all the URLs present in this file.
Simple and practical. Does exactly what is said. No more, no less.
Most useful to analyze HTML pages and export its URLs.
All URLs can be exported to CSV file that can be opened in Excel, Numbers, Libreoffice.
What users are saying:
"It is a very convenient tool for the quick launch, copy/paste and get a list of all URLs from the webpage. "
What's New in Version 1.1
-improved drag and drop
a dirty tool for a dirty job
The tool could be improved. I had a Word doc that I was too lazy to pull the URLs out of. When I pasted the Word contents into “Extract Urls” there were a number of lines which were empty. Additionally, some of the lines contained words rather than URLs.
Also, I wish the URL pane (on the right side) was a bit larger, or could be resized with a dragger.
Not perfect, but it was better than spending the 2 minutes to do it myself.
Absolute garbage - doesn't work. I have a text file with URLs to extract and the software won't do it. System is fully capable - core i7 with 24gb of ram - the software just doesn't work.
- Category: Utilities
- Updated: Dec 21, 2012
- Version: 1.1
- Size: 2.4 MB
- Languages: English, Bengali, French, German, Hebrew, Italian, Japanese
- Seller: Alexandre Amato
- © Alexandre Amato
Compatibility: OS X 10.6.6 or later