WebArchives Alternatives

    WebArchives is described as 'A web archives viewer offering the ability to browse offline millions of articles from large community projects such as Wikipedia or Wikisource' and is an app in the Education & Reference category. There are seven alternatives to WebArchives for a variety of platforms, including Mac, Windows, Linux, Online / Web-based and iPhone. The best alternative is ArchiveBox, which is both free and Open Source. Other great apps like WebArchives are Kiwix (Free, Open Source), SiteSucker (Paid), Webrecorder (Free, Open Source) and PageArchiver (Free, Open Source).

    This page was last updated Mar 14, 2019

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      Because modern websites are complicated and often rely on dynamic content, ArchiveBox archives the sites in several different formats beyond what public archiving services like Archive.org and Archive.is are capable of saving.
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    1. Kiwix enables you to have the whole Wikipedia at hand wherever you go! You don't need Internet, everything is stored on your computer, USB flash drive or DVD!.

    2. macOS application that automatically downloads websites from the Internet. It does this by asynchronously copying the site's webpages, images, PDFs, style sheets, and other files to your local hard drive, duplicating the site's directory structure.
    3. Webrecorder is both a tool to create high-fidelity, interactive recordings of any web site you browse and a platform to make those recordings accessible.
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    4. PageArchiver (previously called "Scrapbook for SingleFile") is a Chrome extension that helps you to archive web pages for offline reading.


      Latest commit on May 5, 2013. See https://github.com/gildas-lormeau/Scrapbook-for-SingleFile

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    5. Website online downloader and Content Management System (CMS) existing site converter. Download or convert any existing website to make it secure, optimized and editable through Archivarix CMS.
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    6. Web Archiving Integration Layer (WAIL) is a graphical user interface (GUI) atop multiple web archiving tools intended to be used as an easy way for anyone to preserve and replay web pages.
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