HTML Stripper for Mac, an app for extracting text from HTML code

By on May 16, 2013 at 9:02 am

Milan, Italy – Apimac’s HTML Stripper is the right hand of thousand of professionals: bloggers, web editors, designers and programmers who work daily with tens of .html files. HTML Stripper makes it possible to get text from any webpage cleaned up from any code tags with a simple Drag and Drop.

Just drag and drop on the application’s window a .html file, a portion of code or, even a web address directly from Safari o from other browsers. HTML Stripper will restore instantly the page’s text free from any HTML tags and will place it in order, on a convenient list, all links and media present in the page.

In addition, thanks to the Strip Clipboard function, it is possible to clean up from HTML tags any code portion which has been copied to the Notes. By Pasting it, it will result in text already cleaned up, for maximum productivity.

HTML Stripper in brief:
* Transforms any webpage in simple text
* Removes HTML code tags
* Groups together in a convenient list the links and media present in the page

In addition:
* Drag and Drop to the max: Just drag and drop on the application’s window any HTML
* Removes any HTML: cleans up text from .html file, web address and even portions of code
* Superfast: thanks to the Strip Clipboard function the text copied into Notes is automatically cleaned up and it is instantly ready to be pasted
* Word Count integrated in the app

System Requirements:
* OS X 10.6.6 or subsequent (Snow Leopard, Lion and Mountain Lion)
* 512 MB of RAM (1 GB is recommended)
* About 10 MB of free space on the hard drive

Pricing and Availability:
HTML Stripper is available on the Apimac website at the price of $19.99 (Euro 15.99) per single license. A 30 day trial version without limitations, is available for download at the Apimac web site.

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