I have a tourist web site I want to archive for off line view on my iPad.

I want to crawl and save it in 2nd and 3rd level depth.

Which application can be recommended to save a whole site recursively off line?

  • Do you want an iPad app that does this, or an application for another platform?
    – jmlumpkin
    Aug 21, 2012 at 20:29

3 Answers 3


SiteSucker is a great tool for this. They have both a Mac version, and a iOS version. I have used the Mac client a while ago.

If you want to do this on the computer, 'wget' is a great tool, and the -m flag will help you mirror the site to a local directory. You may have to install wget through homebrew or another similar tool.


There's an app called SiteSucker that allows you to download websites. I haven't tried the iOS version, but used the desktop version extensively and happily with basic websites that I used to support/create. There were some issues with PHP sites where the resource files wouldn't come down, just the pages themselves would get retrieved.


Offline pages and Offline page pro are also the apps which can be installed on iPad and where you can save the entire Website and view it offline.

Reference link: https://itunes.apple.com/in/app/offline-pages-pro-offline/id391462107?mt=8

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