iMacros 12.0.501.6698 for Windows

by Ipswitch, Inc.

Avg. Rating 1.9 (51 votes)

File Details

File Size 10.6 MB
License Shareware, $99.00
Operating System Windows (All)
Date Added
Total Downloads 2,326
Publisher Ipswitch, Inc.
Homepage iMacros

Publisher's Description

iMacros lets you automate tasks across all major browsers including Internet Explorer, Firefox and Chrome. iMacros web automation software works with every website to make it easy for you to record and replay repetitious work. Automate tasks across Internet Explorer, Firefox and Chrome. There is no new scripting language to learn, you have full programmatic control over the web browser, so even the most complex tasks can be scripted. Automate functional, performance, and regression testing across any website technology including Java, Flash, Flex or Silverlight applets and all AJAX elements â?? and capture exact web page response times. Export macro to Selenium WebDriver code. A complete toolset to screen-scrape web data into your database, spreadsheet or any other application. iMacros can do all the web-harvesting you need â?? automatically, in just minutes.

Latest Reviews

kstev99

kstev99 reviewed v12.0.501.6698 on Jul 16, 2018

This was good when it was just a FREE Firefox add-on. Now it costs just to be able to save a macro file. I used it a long time ago for automatically filling stubborn forms that weren't recognized by other programs, but $100 is a lot of money for what it does.

Kylde

Kylde reviewed v7.0 Beta on Jun 23, 2010

good luck with charging for this, it never worked very smoothly for me

WRFan

WRFan reviewed v4.00.325 Beta on Mar 28, 2004

iopus programmes add their stupid name to the agent string of the Internet explorer. If you remove it through the registry, surprise surprise, next time you start one of their damn programmes, it's re-added. I've seen much s*** going on on the internet, but this impertinent attempt at advertising their products has really shocked me. I am used to combatting dialers and popups and banners and whatever else comes to people's minds, but this is outrageous! ph***ing around with my beloved Internet explorer? not for me, thanx

Avg. Rating 1.9 (51 votes)
Your Rating
kstev99

kstev99 reviewed v12.0.501.6698 on Jul 16, 2018

Pros:

Cons: Expensive.

Bottom Line: This was good when it was just a FREE Firefox add-on. Now it costs just to be able to save a macro file. I used it a long time ago for automatically filling stubborn forms that weren't recognized by other programs, but $100 is a lot of money for what it does.

Kylde

Kylde reviewed v7.0 Beta on Jun 23, 2010

good luck with charging for this, it never worked very smoothly for me

WRFan

WRFan reviewed v4.00.325 Beta on Mar 28, 2004

iopus programmes add their stupid name to the agent string of the Internet explorer. If you remove it through the registry, surprise surprise, next time you start one of their damn programmes, it's re-added. I've seen much s*** going on on the internet, but this impertinent attempt at advertising their products has really shocked me. I am used to combatting dialers and popups and banners and whatever else comes to people's minds, but this is outrageous! ph***ing around with my beloved Internet explorer? not for me, thanx

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