Tired of keeping in mind passwords and wasting your time filling countless web forms? Get rid of this inconvenience. Just put you personal data into a profile, and let iNetFormFiller do the rest. It would save you from all the routine operations and fill web-form of any complexity by one click.
Often, online formfilling requires serious efforts from user. Before coming to the main form you may have to fill several intermediate forms, such as login/password, etc. But the objective gets more complicated, if you have not only fill intermediate forms, but even choose links in the text to make the following step to the main form. There may be many of such steps, and in this case the problem would not by solved by any of existing online formfilling software. None, but iNetFormFiller, that is capable of not only recording the process of formfilling, but even checking the links you click, so that to reproduce all your actions in future.
iNetFormFiller provides you with opportunity to edit web forms without loading them from the Net. When the needed form is called, iNetFormFiller shows it to you the same way it was display on the corresponding web site. The process of editing would be obvious and wouldn't differ a lot from working with online form in the Internet.
iNetFormFiller identifies fields of any online forms and automatically fills them with appropriate data from profile.
Additional features include: working with different data bases, reserve data base copy, export/import of user formcards, profiles and also of the information inserted into profiles, secure access to information, auto password generation and much more.
What's New in this Release: Some minor bugs have been fixed. Usability improvements.
Link to iNetFormFiller Free sample code
Platform: WinNT 3.x,WinNT 4.x,Windows2000,WinXP
Network & Internet::Browser Tools
Date Added: Oct 29, 2006
Last check for an update: Jan 18, 2017
Last version date: Apr 02, 2007
Downloads Total : 1
Downloads last 10 Days: None
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Malware Status: Clean
Scan Date: Apr 12, 2008