Positive Spin Media has released an update for NetScrape, bringing it to version 1.1. NetScrap is a utility designed for downloading images from selected Web sites. The update features improved navigation and support for OS 10.3. According to Positive Spin Media:
Positive Spin Media is please to announce the availability of NetScrape 1.1, an update to a popular shareware application for Mac OS X.
If you like images on the Web, youill like NetScrape. It is page-sucking Web spider, surgically attached to an "aqua-licious" image thumbnailer and viewer. In this regard, itis a lot like Frankenstein - and heis pretty cool, right? Give NetScrape a URL, and it will "scrape" all of the images from the site; feed it some keywords, and it will Google? you some relevant images in no time flat.
After much user feedback, Iive added the two most requested features: keyboard navigation and storage options. Many users wrote in to ask for the ability to navigate the thumbnails using the arrow keys: their wish = my command!
NetScrape now supports browsing the thumbnails using up, down, right, and left arrows. Other users were justifiably bummed at how difficult it was to save a whole collection of images.
NetScrape 1.1 now adds preferences for you to pick a storage location of your own choosing, and use the Finder to manage the images that NetScrape retrieves.
Finally, version 1.1 adds Panther compatibility for Appleis latest OS.
You can find more information about the NetScrape update at the Positive Spin Media Web site. NetScrape is available for US$15.00.