• Save web pages, articles, and PDFs
When you find useful information online, clip it to Evernote. Save full page screen captures or just the parts you want to remember, without the clutter of ads and headlines.
• Better than a bookmark
No more searching from scratch. No more dead links. Clipped content is always available in your Evernote account, whenever and wherever you need it.
• Annotate screenshots
Take a screenshot of a webpage, then add text, callouts, or annotations to highlight important information so you never forget why you saved it.
• Organize on the fly
Add tags and remarks, edit titles, and save content to any notebook you choose so it’s easy to find it again later.
With this version of Web Clipper for Safari 13, you can save web pages, highlight and annotate screenshots, add tags, clip Gmail messages, and more.
- Clip entire web pages (*without* the ads!) or just a selection
- Save articles in simplified view or with all formatting intact
- Clip Gmail threads and attachments
- Use custom clip formats for popular sites like Amazon, YouTube, and LinkedIn
- Clip to a specific notebook and add tags for easy organizing
- Access your clips on any device
- Take a screenshot of a web page or article in your browser
- Annotate directly on the screenshot
- Mark text, add shapes and stamps on the screenshot
- Highlight key text from any website or article
- Use text and visual annotations to draw attention
- Share and email clips, or create a unique URL link
- Clip web pages or articles as bookmarks in Evernote, including the title, URL, and a short description of the webpage
For those of you waiting patiently for this full-featured version of Web Clipper, thank you. This version restores full functionality and is also backward-compatible with other recent versions of Safari (12.0 and later).
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
It’s good but . . .
Evernote is great! I have used it since the beginning. Unfortunately, it is now useless to me. When I try to save an internet page, I am only given the choice of what is on my screen. A box pops up in the middle top of my screen instead of the useful box that used to pop up on the right hand side of the screen. Too, bad.
Very Useful for My Work and Personal Life
Evernote is one of the most used programs on my computer, iPhone, and iPad. It gives me a central location to gather all the different pieces of my life for later recall.
Whether I am capturing travel details like tickets and receipts, working on a major research project, or just trying to bring order out of a dishelved part of my life, I find myself constantly using it to record, tally, and assemble the pieces of my life to reach my goals and accomplish tasks big and small. One feature that I really appreciate is the way that I can share notebooks and notes with others so that we can easily share and collaborate on important projects.
Web clipper now working under Safari 13
Finally… But note, I also got the forever-spinning “update”. What I did to get it working:
1- Close Safari
2- Close Evernote
3- Remove the Evernote Web Clipper application.
4- Install from App Store the latest Evernote Web Clipper *application*.
5- Start up Safari
6- Install from App Store the latest Evernote Web Clipper *extension*.
It is now properly clipping articles to Evernote.
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