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QuickScraper handles proxies, browsers, and CAPTCHAs, so you can scrape data from any webpage with a simple API call.
QuickScraper’s API lets you rotate your IP address with each request from a pool of millions of proxies and over a dozen ISPs. That means you can get past annoying blocks in record time!
Automatically retry failed requests so that you can get the data you need without getting blocked.
And because QuickScraper provides more than 10 geolocations, you’ll be able to extract data from different countries.
Scrape data using geo-targeting and perform API requests that rotate proxies to keep you from getting blocked.
With QuickScraper, you can fully customize request headers, request type, and IP geolocation to tailor the API to your needs
This tool also regularly removes slow proxies from the pool, so you’ll get unlimited bandwidth up to 100 Mbps.
Basic usage documentation
Customize your requests from different platforms using QuickScraper’s API.
QuickScraper also lets you invite team members to work on multiple tasks simultaneously from the same account.
That means you’ll be able to split your workload without worrying about splitting your resources!
Plus, you can rest easy knowing that QuickScraper offers unmatched speed and reliability, so you can easily create scalable web scrapers.
Invite team members to your QuickScraper account to work on tasks simultaneously from the same account.
Best of all, you can integrate QuickScraper with Zapier to automate tasks in just a few simple steps.
You’ll be able to connect to a ton of applications that streamline your workflow, like Gmail, Slack, and Google Drive.
And because QuickScraper helps you automate repetitive tasks, your business can tackle real-world challenges and meet changing market demands stress-free.
Integrate Zapier with QuickScraper to automate tasks on applications you already use.
With the right tool under your belt, web scraping feels easier than solving a math problem with a calculator. (“My life in sixth grade could’ve been so much happier.”)