WebArchive Folderizer

WebArchive Folderizer 1.2

Small tool that extracts images from a Safari webarchive.
4.8  (85 votes)
1.2.5 (See all)

Safari browser offers the possibility of saving an entire page under the "webarchive" extension. The "webarchive" format stores HTML pages, media files (audio, video, graphics) under a single file container. With WebArchive Folderizer you may reverse the process and extract the contents of such a container while preserving folder structure.

The application is able to help web developers to download only specific files that are included in a website structure (images, flash objects, JavaScript files, etc.). Data extraction is done simply by dropping webarchives into the application's drop zone. It automatically extracts files in a folder (bearing the same name as the archive), with the structure retaining the original directory hierarchy. The utility includes batch processing support; users can add multiple webarchives into the layout and they will all be extracted simultaneously.

WebArchive Folderizer may only be useful for a very limited number of occasions but it does work quite well and extracts all data quickly. However, it would prove more useful if it could extract only a user-defined group of formats (extension filter) and not all.

Rory Shaffer
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Review summary


  • Drag and drop support
  • Maintains folder structure
  • Fast extraction process


  • No file filtering
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