SiteSucker is an iOS app that automatically downloads websites from the Internet. It does this by copying the site's webpages, style sheets, images, backgrounds, movies, and other files to your iOS device, duplicating the site's directory structure. SiteSucker "localizes" the pages it downloads, allowing you to browse a site while offline.
This manual contains images of SiteSucker running on an iPhone, but the same instructions apply whether you've installed SiteSucker on an iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch.
The SiteSucker screen allows you to start downloading a site, shows you the current status of the download, and provides a toolbar for controlling the download. To download a password-protected site, SiteSucker provides a browser that allows you to log into the site before starting the download.
The status of the download is shown in the middle of the SiteSucker screen. When SiteSucker exhausts all links, it stops automatically. To stop the download manually, tap the Stop button (X) in the toolbar. You can suspend a download by tapping the Pause button (||) and continue downloading by tapping the Resume button (▶).
If SiteSucker is in the middle of a download when you exit the app, SiteSucker will pause the download. When you launch the app later, SiteSucker will resume the download from where it left off. When the download is finished, select the Downloads screen to access the downloaded site.
The Settings screen allows you to tailor the download by specifying the logging options, file limits, allowed paths, permitted file types, etc.
The Documents screen lists all your SiteSucker documents. SiteSucker lets you save the current URL and settings in a document which you can use to perform the same download whenever you want.
Finally, SiteSucker provides file sharing that allows you to transfer downloaded sites between your Macintosh or PC and your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch. Transfers can be done using AirDrop, iCloud Drive, Dropbox, or iTunes File Sharing.
Warning: Downloaded sites are not included in your iCloud or iTunes backup. To backup these files, you can archive them to iCloud Drive or Dropbox or transfer them to your computer using AirDrop or iTunes File Sharing.