There’s a big online world out there, that’s for sure, which means that you can never get enough of what it has to offer. Therefore, sharing what you discover with others is only a matter of time, which means that you need to have the right software to do so.
Archivebate is one of those apps that can do the trick for you. It’s new on the market, and you are free to give it a try if you want an app capable of allowing you to save and share screenshots of what you see online. For instance, you might see a social media post, a picture, or a specific website design that has caught your interest. You can even see articles that seem interesting to you. That’s when you can use Archivebate to capture those moments that matter to you.
Archivebate is free to use
You won’t have to pay a dime to use the amazing capabilities of Archivebate. There’s no subscription fee and nothing to pay. Just access the official website at archivebate.com and get the service running to your heart’s desire!
How does the app work?
Archivebate works in a pretty innovative way. It works by taking advantage of the browsers’ property to keep a history of the pages that the user visits. The website will automatically ask you to choose a page or article you want to save. Archivebate will then display a notification in the toolbar of your browser, asking in what format you want to save the page. Choosing HTML will allow the site to create a complete archive of the page, including all of its components, whether we’re talking about videos, images, and so on.
If, instead, you choose PDF, the service will only save the text from the page without including any images or videos.
How to use Archivebate?
Archivebate can also allow you to create a custom archive of your own blog, which is a simple task that can be done with just a few clicks. Once your archive is ready, it will be very easy to access and use, as Archivebate will put all the needed tools at your disposal.
Alternatively, you also have the possibility to share your archives with your friends or with anyone who’s willing to see them, as long as you give your approval.
Archivebate is available as an online service, which means that you don’t even have to install anything on your device to use it. Pretty much any gadgets that can go online can be used to access the service, whether we’re talking about a smartphone, a laptop, a TV, a console, or perhaps even a frying pan.
If, instead, you want to use Archivebate as a mobile app, that is also a very feasible scenario! You are free to grab the related software for either Android or iOS, depending on what device you have. You can simply look for the app in your official mobile marketplace – Google Play for Android devices or App Store for iPhones and iPads.
If you’ve finally decided to give Archivebate a chance, feel free to share your experience with us! Tell us what you like or what you don’t like about the service, as the comment section is waiting for you! We love to read the opinions of our users.
Tim M. Hill helped bring Digital-Overload from a weekly newsletter to a full-fledged news site by creating a new website and branding. He continues to assist in keeping the site responsive and well organized for the readers. As a writer to Digital-Overload, Tim mainly covers mobile news and gadgets.