Atomic Web Spider

Atomic Web Spider Features

Atomic Web Spider runs in the background when you are working on the web. Once installed, the program is integrated into your browser as an extension, checks the content of every page you open and extracts as much contact information as possible, keeping it in the database. You do not need to control the search process; the program will do everything automatically. Just launch the program and continue surfing the Web.

Main Atomic Web Spider Features:

  • Maximum extracted information
    Atomic Web Spider extracts not only emails but also phone and fax numbers, MSN, Yahoo and AOL messenger IDs. The extracted data is sorted and displayed in a user-friendly manner. You can hide the types of contact information you do not need ("Program settings/Extract settings").
    The program is capable of extracting 8 contact types each marked by a special individual icon.

  • Contact filter
    Atomic Web Spider provides the user with an opportunity to manage extracted contacts. You can delete duplicates or filter the contacts by the content or extraction date.

  • Expanded log
    The expanded log is displayed during the searching. It is shown as a table with the list of extracted contacts. You can review the contact type, the webpage URL it was found on, and the extraction date and time.

  • Independent work
    Once installed, Atomic Web Spider will work on its own without your participation. It scans the content of each and every page you visit and extracts maximum contact information.
    Built-in plugins support Atomic Web Spider work with Internet Explorer, Opera, Mozilla Firefox and Google Chrome.

  • Export features
    While exporting you can select those contact types you need to save – all of them or just several. Specify the time period when it was extracted and the content's information field for the exported data.
    Atomic Web Spider is capable to save extracted contacts into the text file or the clipboard. Besides, it supports saving into such programs as following: