Keep Everything saves web pages to Dropbox so you can read them later, anytime, anywhere. It can save all or just a portion of web page as well as data from other applications, such as Twitter, YouTube, Pocket, and ReadKit and with Dropbox sync between the OS X and iOS version, your data is accessible wherever and whenever you need it.
• Just "Drag & Drop" or "Select & Copy" to keep webpages and images.
• Keep Tweets or your favorite videos from YouTube, Vimeo, Ted, Dailymotion etc.
ARTICLE & KEEP
• The “Kept” webpage is entirely archived on your offline storage. You get the whole page: text, images and links.
• "Article" produces a clean, uncluttered, page optimized for reading and structured in Markdown.
• "Article" is written in Markdown, highly legible and structured documents which are easy to edit when needed.
• A tried and tested sync solution with auto backups and accessible almost everywhere. Rest easy knowing your data is backed up and safe.
• Stay organized and and easily find what you're looking for with Categories.
- Fixed a problem of crashing when keeping data.
- Fixed a problem that cannot be sent by emailed.
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
I want to like this app
I have been trying to use this app in MacOS for several years.
I say trying because there's always some problem with using it under MacOS since it was sandboxed.
The most important feature, dropbox syncing, works sometimes, and sometimes not and normally will hang syncing some item without indicating there is a problem.
I did in-app purcahse of premium several years ago and got charged for premium again after I couldn't get the app to work.
I want this app to work. I paid for it twice. Seems like it doesn't get updated.
Very Nice! - you will like this App
After “web Snapper” quit working for me I was in search for a web page capture to pdf app. I was surprised that the options for Mac were few? To the point, I tried a few others, but this App “Keep Everything” is perfect. One thing to note - the description does not list you can export a web page in pdf, but you can - and it works great! I tried this on web pages that made several other apps crash. Keep Everything did not crash at all, and the pdf exports were real pdf’s and not images in pdf format. The only complaint is the name, as it is not obvious you can capture web pages to pdf by the title or the description, the one feature I was looking for… it does work great however!
I also like the interface and ability to file/organize as well as search. This is a perfect solution for me. Professor Truth
The Good and the Bad
Let me start with the good. I recently purchased this app to help me with grabbing and archiving various internet content. The “clipping” engine works very well and the app definitely delivers in terms of efficiency and accuracy in grabbing that content. I prefer to keep my notes in Markdown form and this app converts webarchives of particular websites to Markdown format with ease and with much greater accuracy than some other apps I have used.
Now for the bad. For the $19.99 price, I would have expected to get a few more features (e.g. tagging) and better (or perhaps I should say “existing”) customer service.
To makes matters worse, the usual OS X “Find” function under the “Edit” menu is present but only as a grayed out option. So, in other words, it’s there but it’s not there because you can’t actually use it. Being able to use the Find function would go a long way towards making it easier to find and work with the items stored in the app. But without the ability to quickly and easily find things I’ve clipped it makes the already weak organizational aspects of the app even worse.
Finally, I have contacted customer service twice in the past 3 weeks and have not received so much as an acknowledgement of my communication. So to date, the developer’s customer service seems to be little more than a black hole.
If this were still a 1.0 product and/or if it were more reasonably priced, I might be more willing to overlook these faults. But as it is, it’s on v. 2.1 and the fact that these issues exist, combined with the non-existent customer service for an app with a steep price of $19.99, is simply not acceptable.
So minus 1 star for the non-working “Find” function and minus 1 star for the non-existent customer service on an arguably very useful app but one that is too feature-limited to justify the high price.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.