Octoparse is a web scraping tool that helps users extract relevant information from various websites and then turn it into structured data sets and spreadsheets. It features a point-and-click interface wherein data can be extracted, without coding, in just three steps. In this article, we cover user reviews and pricing. Ready to try Octoparse? Get a free trial.
What Octoparse Does Well
Users who gave Octoparse a positive review said that the customer team provides accurate and timely responses to their queries. They also like its loop item functionality, robust data scraping features, and attractive pricing plans.
One user who left a positive review on Capterra commented that Octoparse is a feature-rich software which adds a lot of value to his job and research work. He also enjoys using the software given its powerful data extraction features and affordable price tag.
What Octoparse Does Not Do Well
Users who gave Octoparse a negative review mentioned that there is a learning curve when using the software, especially for beginners. Some complained about its Windows-only system requirement.
One user who left a negative review on Capterra said that learning how to use Octoparse will be a challenging task for beginners. He added that even intermediate skilled users, such as himself, will have to do a lot of trial data runs just to get what they’re looking for.
Octoparse has a free plan and three paid subscription plan: Standard ($89/month), Professional ($249/month), and Data Service (custom priced). They offer discounted rates for users who sign up for an annual subscription. The main differences between the plans are the numbers of crawlers, data exports, and concurrent runs.
*The annual plans are paid in lump sum at the beginning of the billing cycle.
The Free plan provides users with unlimited pages per crawl, 10 web crawlers, two concurrent local runs, and a limit of 10,000 records per export. Additionally, Octoparse offers a five-day money-back guarantee on all of its plans.
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Check out the list below of some of Octoparse’s features:
- Automatic IP Rotation
- API Access
- Cloud Services
- Concurrent Data Extractions
- Crawl and Scrape Web Pages
- Disparate Data Collection
- Download Extracted Data as API, CSV, or Excel Files
- Email Address and IP Address Extraction
- Image, Phone Number, and Pricing Extraction
- Point-and-Click Interface
- Professional Data Services
- Scheduled Web Scraping Tasks
- Scrape Data from Any Dynamic Website
What will happen to the users’ existing data scraping tasks if they upgrade their subscription from a free plan to a paid plan?
Can users change their subscription from a higher plan to a lower plan at any time?