Tension Software has released URL Extractor 3.3.1 (http://pomola.com/products_urlextractor/urlextractor.html). It’s a maintenance release with some bug fixes.
URL Extractor 3.3 adds additional utility commands for the URL table list and imports list of keywords from an external text file to use for search engine extraction point. There are additional utility commands for the keyword table list . Also, version 3.3 adds google.co.jp (japan) and google.cn (china) to the list of available search engine for search engine extraction.
URL Extractor is a Mac OS X app for extracting emails address and generic URLs from files on the HD or directly from the web using a list of “starting” web addresses and working unattended after the startup. You can retrieve and start search from web pages using keywords from various international Google sites.
URL Extractor can extract thousands of URLs from the web starting from a single web page and using “cross navigation” and extraction. It requires Mac OS X 10.5 or higher and costs US$50. It’s Universal Binary so runs natively on both PowerPC and Intel Macs. Version 3.3/1 is a free update for registered users of version 3.x.