Avg. Rating 4.3 (76 votes)

File Details

File Size 0.8 MB
License Shareware, $39.95
Operating System Windows 2000/9x/Server 2003/XP
Date Added
Total Downloads 12,973
Publisher Tennyson Maxwell Information Systems, Inc.
Homepage Teleport Pro

Publisher's Description

Teleport Pro is an all-purpose high-speed tool for getting data from the Internet. Launch up to ten simultaneous retrieval threads, access password-protected sites, filter files by size and type, search for keywords, and much more. Capable of reading HTML 4.0, CSS 2.0, and DHTML, it is the only webspider that really finds all of the files on all of the sites. With side image map exploration, automatic dial-up connecting, Java applet support, variable exploration depths, project scheduling, and relinking abilities, it is quite simply one of the best there is.

Latest Reviews

Artem S. Tashkinov

Artem S. Tashkinov reviewed v1.63 on Mar 10, 2011

Absolutely outdated, can only fetch basic HTML only websites without flash and JS links.

Use Offline Explorer for anything serious.

mcsamson

mcsamson reviewed v1.62 on Nov 2, 2010

Quick and easy to use, and was the best for many years, but it does not seem to be updated anymore. I'm migrating over to NCollector Studio http://fileforum.betanew...tor-Studio/1251666292/1 which seems to perform even better.

Guzzler

Guzzler reviewed v1.62 on Apr 9, 2010

The program is limited to 40 uses, and can save a maximum of 500 files per project. Also, it doesn't have a built-in browser, but it opens all pages with your default one, and since it's the one you constantly use, I don't think this is a major fault.

Artem S. Tashkinov

Artem S. Tashkinov reviewed v1.62 on Apr 9, 2010

Quite useless nowadays, doesn't support JS links, cannot download Flash content, etc.

Use Offline Explorer if you really wanna save a website to your HDD.

SuzzyWoozy

SuzzyWoozy reviewed v1.52 on Mar 11, 2008

Verry good 'debugged' opinion bellow: there are other free tools that do this just fine, like this one does in fact.

zridling: please add new flaming reviews here, rated 5... I see most of the reviews are yours, but we need more to get this to BNPick.

zridling

zridling reviewed v1.41 on Jun 23, 2006

Wow, I'm surprised. The apps debugged lists are minor league compared to Teleport Pro. Perhaps he hasn't explored the program's more advanced features? I've yet to find anything Teleport Pro can't replicate on my HD. Anything. An invaluable and educational tool for capturing content and learning how complex websites are structured.

debugged

debugged reviewed v1.40 on Feb 10, 2006

no the response to this app fails and considering that trying to push it onto I.T Staff and schools.
i choose to head over to my favorites httrack, wget, web downloader , these tools do same offline browse and zipping software on the internet for free and some time better then teleporter if you consider to buy this app check out the rivals in this sector (offline Browser's).

and some members seem not like criticism or fair judgement that why i have dropped the rating to 3 bars.

zridling

zridling reviewed v1.36 on Sep 29, 2005

1.37 is now available.

zridling

zridling reviewed v1.34 on Jul 25, 2005

Teleport Pro just keeps getting better and better and better!

zridling

zridling reviewed v1.29.2091 on Feb 13, 2005

I've enjoyed Teleport Pro for years, but like httpd, configuring it for some website results is difficult. And the difference between using the wizard and configuring a project yourself is distinctly different. But other offline browsers are far more difficult to configure in my experience. Teleport Pro works best when you simply download the entire site to your HD, and this is great when you have short subscriptions to photo or news/research sites. Until someone comes close to making a better offline browser, Teleport Pro is the best.

Avg. Rating 4.3 (76 votes)
Your Rating
Artem S. Tashkinov

Artem S. Tashkinov reviewed v1.63 on Mar 10, 2011

Absolutely outdated, can only fetch basic HTML only websites without flash and JS links.

Use Offline Explorer for anything serious.

mcsamson

mcsamson reviewed v1.62 on Nov 2, 2010

Quick and easy to use, and was the best for many years, but it does not seem to be updated anymore. I'm migrating over to NCollector Studio http://fileforum.betanew...tor-Studio/1251666292/1 which seems to perform even better.

Guzzler

Guzzler reviewed v1.62 on Apr 9, 2010

The program is limited to 40 uses, and can save a maximum of 500 files per project. Also, it doesn't have a built-in browser, but it opens all pages with your default one, and since it's the one you constantly use, I don't think this is a major fault.

Artem S. Tashkinov

Artem S. Tashkinov reviewed v1.62 on Apr 9, 2010

Quite useless nowadays, doesn't support JS links, cannot download Flash content, etc.

Use Offline Explorer if you really wanna save a website to your HDD.

SuzzyWoozy

SuzzyWoozy reviewed v1.52 on Mar 11, 2008

Verry good 'debugged' opinion bellow: there are other free tools that do this just fine, like this one does in fact.

zridling: please add new flaming reviews here, rated 5... I see most of the reviews are yours, but we need more to get this to BNPick.

zridling

zridling reviewed v1.41 on Jun 23, 2006

Wow, I'm surprised. The apps debugged lists are minor league compared to Teleport Pro. Perhaps he hasn't explored the program's more advanced features? I've yet to find anything Teleport Pro can't replicate on my HD. Anything. An invaluable and educational tool for capturing content and learning how complex websites are structured.

debugged

debugged reviewed v1.40 on Feb 10, 2006

no the response to this app fails and considering that trying to push it onto I.T Staff and schools.
i choose to head over to my favorites httrack, wget, web downloader , these tools do same offline browse and zipping software on the internet for free and some time better then teleporter if you consider to buy this app check out the rivals in this sector (offline Browser's).

and some members seem not like criticism or fair judgement that why i have dropped the rating to 3 bars.

zridling

zridling reviewed v1.36 on Sep 29, 2005

1.37 is now available.

zridling

zridling reviewed v1.34 on Jul 25, 2005

Teleport Pro just keeps getting better and better and better!

zridling

zridling reviewed v1.29.2091 on Feb 13, 2005

I've enjoyed Teleport Pro for years, but like httpd, configuring it for some website results is difficult. And the difference between using the wizard and configuring a project yourself is distinctly different. But other offline browsers are far more difficult to configure in my experience. Teleport Pro works best when you simply download the entire site to your HD, and this is great when you have short subscriptions to photo or news/research sites. Until someone comes close to making a better offline browser, Teleport Pro is the best.

httpd.confused

httpd.confused reviewed v1.29.2091 on Feb 13, 2005

I've been using Teleport Pro for a long time as well. It's generally effective, but some aspects of its configuration can be confusing. Also, there is a built-in limit of 65,535 links per project, and while that may sound high, it's nonetheless easy to reach under some circumstances.

BlackB1rd

BlackB1rd reviewed v1.29.1987 on Aug 27, 2003

Using this program for years and it still rocks! Excellent website leecher :)

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