Software : Outwit Technologies : Outwit Hub

Outwit Hub

Version
(as of 7/23/2015)
4
Platforms
LicenseCommercial
CategoryInternet

Software Overview

Main Features

  • View the links, documents, images, and contacts contained in a webpage
  • Export email addresses, RSS feeds, links, and data tables to HTML, SQL, and CSV formats
  • Organize data in tables and lists
  • Set up automated functions to save time

Outwit Hub is a program used to explore the web and extract and organize data from online sources. It is available as a standalone application and as an add-on for the Mozilla Firefox web browser.

Outwit Hub provides features for exploring the web and collecting data. You can type in the URL of any website and Outwit Hub displays the page in the application window along with the page's specs, such as the number of links on the page and load time. The application features a left sidebar that allows you to view each link, image, document, and other data that appears on the page. You can even extract links, data tables, RSS news, email addresses, and more from the page and save the data in CSV, Excel, SQL, and HTML formats. You can also extract images and save them to your computer.

Outwit Hub provides automated functionality that can help you save time. You can specify how unstructured data should be extracted from a page, define jobs, and set up macros.

Outwit Hub is mainly designed for users who want to collect data from the web without programming knowledge. It is straightforward and easy-to-use, however, it lacks advanced scraping functionality that some expert users may be looking for. But this should not stop you from trying Outwit Hub because it still provides valuable functionality for a low price, whether you are using it as a standalone application or add-on to Firefox.

Supported File Types


Primary file extension

.OWM – OutWit XML Mashup File

Other file extensions used by Outwit Hub 4

Supported File Types
.OWCOutWit Catch Database
.OWGOutWit Gear Database
.OWXOutWit Hub Automator File

Updated: July 23, 2015