This tutorial shows you how to download multiple selected or all images from a webpage in just a few taps on your iPhone or iPad. Plus, it also shows you how to download background images of a website that doesn’t have the usual “Save Image” or “Add to Photos” option when you press it.
How to download all images from a web page on iPhone and iPad
If you go to our Wallpapers section, you will find tons of posts. And usually, in every post, we have about five to ten options. Sure, you can see all the images and download just the ones you like. But if you find yourself liking everything you see, you can use the steps below to download all images of our wallpaper post in one go.
Secondly, if you go to Apple.com, you will see many beautiful iPhone, iPad, and other images that make up the webpage. But even if you press one of the images, you may not find the familiar option to save it. This is because these images are rooted deep and form a part of the site’s background. Sure, you can take a screenshot of those images, but that’s not as ideal as the solution we show you below to download even un-downloadable images from a webpage on iPhone and iPad!
Follow these steps to download all images of a webpage on iPhone and iPad:
1) Download the free ImageDrain app.
2) Open Safari and visit the desired webpage. For faster loading times, most sites use a feature called Lazy Loading, which loads the images only when the user scrolls down almost up to that image. So, for best results, make sure you scroll to the bottom of the website once so that all images are fully loaded.
3) Tap the share icon.
4) Tap ImageDrain.
5) It will now load all the images of that webpage in an easy grid layout. Select the desired images by tapping the checkbox. To select all, tap the blue checkbox in the top right.
6) Finally, to save all images to iPhone’s Photos app, tap the download button.
Open the iOS Photos app, and you will find all the images from that webpage here!
In addition to the above app (which is excellent), you can try iDig – Image Bulk Saver. This lets you download all images from a webpage but not the background images. The steps are the same as above.
ImageGet – Downloader From Web is a paid app that I didn’t try, but its app description on the App Store claims to “save all images on a web page with only one button.” You may give it a spin if desired. Related: How to request a refund from Apple for an app purchase
Finally, if you want to download all images of a webpage in Chrome on Mac or PC, check out the Download All Images extension. I use it almost every day and love it.