I like this app. Based in Poland (and available in English or Polish language versions), this online app makes life very easy if you need to create a .pdf file of any web page. You simply enter the full url (including http://) and click a button! A few seconds later the file is available for download.
Pagesnap will store the file for you for 7 days, after which they delete it.
I tried with a very long web page and it created a perfect .pdf file that spread over several pages.
This app would help those looking to make presentations regarding a website - I remember many occassions taking screenshots and cropping out the bit I need...but that is messy and time consuming - this is a simple one click to create and one click to download process.
You could also use it to create a quick and easy attachment for an email - or as a simple way to keep a record of how your homepage looked on any given day - just ask your PA (you do have one yeah?) to retain a snapshot every morning and then you can whip them out to stymie the tech team...imagine asking them for a historical record of your site!
For those in sales and marketing this tool could save a lot of time and make your work look that much more professional and effective.
And, of course, you'll be viewing them with Foxit PDF viewer? So much faster and more efficient than the industry standard :-)
A simple, but effective tool (a bit like me)!