WebSnapperPro is intended for capturing full web pages exactly as they are displayed on your browser. Thus, it avoids the necessity of stitching multiple snapshots to reconstruct the contents of the entire page.
The tool has an extremely minimalistic interface and with just a few steps you can grab the selected page. Luckily, the application supports dragging and dropping as well as manually entering the desired URL. However, it is a shame that it is poorly integrated with your browser. Moreover, it does not allow selecting just a region of the page.
As options, WebSnapperPro allows exporting to PDF documents, which is probably the best choice. Likewise, it can save the snapshot to various picture formats, including PDF, PNG, JPEG, JP2, GIF, BMP and TIFF. Additionally, you can pick a conversion mode and decide to use pagination. It is great that you can automatically upload the resulting files to your DropBox account. Regrettably, other cloud storage services cannot be used for such purpose. Other sharing options include printing the page and sending it to Evernote or as an email attachment.
All in all, WebSnapperPro is a good solution for grabbing web pages as it does not distort their contents, as it usually happens when you save the page directly from your browser. Luckily, there is a trial version you can download from its developer’s site. By the way, the unlocked version seems somewhat overpriced to me.