macOS New App Release – URL Extractor 4.5.1

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Product Announcement – Tension Software of Milano, Italy has released URL Extractor 4.5.1 for macOS, their app designed to extract emails and other URLs from the web and from local files in batch mode.

URL Extractor can be used to extract thousands of email addresses or other URLs, as example web addresses, in various modes:

Inserting (or importing) a list of web page addresses, the app will use those web pages as a seed to start to collect data and visit linked pages, proceeding in a background navigation to the requested deep level collecting data till the user decide to stop.

Inserting (or importing) a list of keywords and using them as a starting point to run a search on a user specified search engine. The app will use the obtained pages to proceed in a navigation and data collection to the requested deep level till the user decide

Specifying a list of files and folders on the local hard disk to extract from and extracting in all the subfolder at any deep level

It can work attended or in batch mode extracting for hours from the web in a completely autonomous mode. The user can watch, during extraction, the URLs filling the table as they are extracted. Filters can be used to decide what to accept or exclude. The extracted URL will be ready to be saved on disk for later use for any purpose.

The app uses various settings that can be modified to find the right balance for any search and extraction. URL Extractor can extract from any kind of file encoded as text, HTML included and also from PDF files (both locally and online). URL Extractor uses a new extraction engine taking advantage of the latest Cocoa technologies.

Features:

  • Can extract email address, web address, ftp address, feed, telnet, local file URL and others.
  • Extract from any text file and from PDF
  • Has a new modern engine using the latest Cocoa and Objective-C 2.0 technology
  • Extracts from multiple file inside folders, to any level of nesting (also thousand and thousand of files)
  • Extracts directly from the web cross navigating web pages in background. No user action required!
  • Extracts on search engines starting from keywords and navigating in all the linked pages in an unlimited navigation from one page to the successive, all this just starting from a single keyword
  • Google and Bing extraction from specific international google sites with URL extraction more focused on individual country and language.
  • Url table for live web extraction
  • Extracts web address, ftp address, email address, feed, telnet, local file URL, news and generic emails
  • Drag and Drop of files and URLs to process
  • Option for single domain extraction
  • Uses various country search engines .com .it .fr . au .uk .de and .es .ar .au .at .be .br .ca .fi .nl .se .ch .jp .cn
  • Each URL is collected with the source URL (URL from where it was extracted) listed in another column
  • Advanced URL export capabilities
  • Ability to specify a custom client app name to declare connecting to the servers or google
  • Black list (do not extract from here)
  • Import export to/from black list
  • Uses macOS only features as Resume, Auto Save, Versions, Full screen.
  • includes a PDF user guide

New in this release:

  • Solved a problem sometime arising when collecting web address containing an ampersand
  • Solved a bug regarding Reset button of collected URLs
  • Introduced warning dialog signaling block by Google
  • Other bug fixes
  • Optimized for macOS 10.12 Sierra

System Requirements:

  • OS X 10.10 or later
  • Optimized for macOS Sierra 10.12
  • 64-bit processor
  • 5.1 MB

URL Extractor 4 – Version 4.5.1 is just $49.99 USD (or an equivalent amount in other currencies) and is available worldwide through the Mac App Store in the Productivity category. The app is also available from the Tension Software website.

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