Capture screenshot of any web page.

Save as PNG, JPG or PDF

Completely free up to 100 conversions monthly

Multiple Modes

Capture entire pages, restricted viewports, single elements or thumbnails.

Rendering Engine

Full browser engine with SVG, CSS3, ES6 and WebFont support. Everything looks as they do on your own browser.

Advanced Options

Customizable viewport options, thumbnails, fullscreen rendering and auxillary settings like capture delays and cache TTLs.

Custom CSS & JS Injection

Provide your own CSS and JS files to inject into the target page for further customization.

Simple & Fast API

Based on a single lighning fast RestFUL HTTP url, all options are easy to pass and reason about.

Refund Guaranteed Service

We guarantee 99.99% uptime. And if our downtime ever causes you problems, we'll refund you!

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Do I have to make my web page publicly available to use Screenshot API?

No - you can send the html (instead of a url) - there is no need to put the page you want to convert publically on the web.

What about data privacy?

We take privacy very seriously and we do not store either the web page content you sent to us or the resulting image. When you use the Screenshot API, a temporary context is generated for the job on hand and the entire data is removed upon completion.

What happens if I exceed my API Request volume?

Users will be automatically notified via e-mail and on their Account Dashboard once at least 75%, 90%, and 100%. You generated PDF documents will stay cached but further Screenshot capture requests will fail.

Can you capture lazy loaded items?

By default, we wait for 2 seconds before each capture. You can configure this delay. If you need further control, you can inject your own JS and control the capture shutter.

Can I link directly to the generated image?

If you need a publicly accessible url for your documents, please use the json parameter to receive a document URL rather than the image itself. The Screenshot capture will be run only once and the document will be served from cache in this case.

Do you have a free trial?

Yes! You can test the Screenshot capture API for free until you pass 100 capture requests per month.