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NetScrape v1.0. a shareware utility that can be used to find images on a Web site and download (or “scrape”) them for later review.
NetScrape is a “page-sucking Web spider,” according to the developers, built to support Mac OS X’s Aqua interface. After downloading images from the Web site URL you direct it to, NetScrape presents what’s left in thumbnail or full sized views.
NetScrape can also retrieve images through Google if you prefer. You can configure it to ignore images smaller than a size you define or images that aren’t of the type you’re looking for, and you can also direct NetScrape to stay on particular sites or go out on the Web in search of images. You can also adjust NetScrape’s performance.
NetScrape costs US$15 to register. More details and a download link are available from the Web site.