Last time we have discussed desktop tools and extensions, now let’s go to see some other types of webpage converting tools.
There is another way of saving webpages, which is as or more convenient as extensions. That is online applications. You only need to open a website.
If you don’t even want to bother to have an extension, then online converters might be the right tool for you.
This website can convert webpages to PDF files and images. It’s pretty simple. Just enter the website URL, and click download, your PDF file or image is generated. But you have only a few free trials each day, and like most converters, only the current page is generated.
- Web Page to PDF Converter
This app allows you to convert web pages, HTML into PDF files directly from your browser. It converts any Website URL, HTML file to PDF, save PDF files for offline reading, and save the PDF to Google Drive directly. Free OO converts/1 Day. Supports Chrome, IE10+, Firefox, Safari…
Actually we are constantly checking our phones nowadays, and maybe we have more webpages desired to save on our phones than on the computer.
Perhaps you constanly read on mobile devices that you think it’s more convenient to get things done on your phone. Try mobile apps. However, it is notable that at present, no mobile app can convert a webpage to an epub file. PDF is most commonly supported.
- Web to PDF Nice Converter
This app helps you save any web page to PDF file. Also it can upload PDFs directly to Google Drive. With this app, you can browse web and save PDF files on the go, share link from your web browser, and paste it from clipboard or type directly in the app.
– Clean View will keep only content of page (i.e. article) and remove the rest.
– Bookmark your favorite web pages
– See History of opened links
– Nice and convenient
– Save PDF files to device storage or export to other apps or upload directly to Google Drive
– Manage your PDFs
This app needs to work with its extension in Chrome to convert webpages to PDF files. After you convert the web pages in the browser, it shows that the file is saved, but you cannot find the file on your computer because this site requires login before conversion. And the files are saved online. You should download the app on your mobile phone, and after login, you can see your files on the home page. Also, it processes one page at a time.
These are the online and mobile apps I have tested. Of course, there is always things that await us to explore. If you find any other cool apps, please leave it in the comment, and I will check it out.