By Mario Micklisch
Open iTunes to buy and download apps.
WebShot allows you to make screenshots of full websites.
Open any website in the built-in browser and/or navigate to the website you want to make a screenshot from.
Tap on the camera icon to create a full screenshot including the hidden parts. WebShot makes one single screenshot of very long pages saving you the time to make several single screenshots.
The screenshot can be forwarded via email using the built-in messaging center, letting you make several screenshots without leaving the app.
You can open any website directly from Safari (or other programs) by replacing http:// with webshot:// (i.e. http://www.apple.com becomes webshot://www.apple.com and the apple website will be opened in WebShot).
The screenshot resolution depends on the viewport of your device:
iPad in Portrait-Mode: 768 Pixel Width
iPad in Landscape-Mode: 1024 Pixel Width
iPhone in Portrait-Mode: 320 Pixel Width
iPhone in Landscape-Mode: 480 Pixel Width
The height depends on the length of the website.
Just what I needed
I just downloaded this so I could save a mobile boarding pass for my flight today. I don't have access to a printer or a decent-working smartphone today, and wifi can be pretty unreliable in airports. So glad I found this while I could. Now I have my boarding passes saved for when I fly.
I definitely see myself using this for future quick needs such as today.
It does what it's made for
It does perfectly what I need: capture web screenshots
Pretty feature limited
...and really needs a makeover to make it relevant in a post-iOS 6 world.
- Category: Utilities
- Released: Dec 09, 2010
- Version: 1.2
- Size: 1.5 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: Mario Micklisch
- © Mario Micklisch
Compatibility: Requires iOS 4.2 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.