Scraping Google Play App Reviews with no code

In this article you will learn how to scrape Google Play reviews without writing any code, using WebHarvy. WebHarvy is an easy-to-use web scraper which can be used to scrape data from any website. WebHarvy lets you select the data which you need to scrape via a visual point-and-click user interface.

You may download and install the free trial version of WebHarvy in your computer. Since it runs from your computer, there is no limit to the amount of data or the number of websites which you can scrape in the full version of WebHarvy. You pay only once, and scrape data without limits or charges.

Using WebHarvy, you can scrape Google Play review text, reviewer name, rating, whether the review was helpful or not etc. Scraping reviews helps you build a dataset of customer insights for products in a segment/category, which you would like to analyze for product improvement, competition analysis, sentiment analysis, market research, testimonial collection etc.


The following video shows how to scrape reviews from Google Play using WebHarvy.

As you can see in the above video, you can load the web page from which you need to scrape data within WebHarvy’s browser and then proceed to select the data which you need using simple mouse clicks. You can also configure WebHarvy to scrape data from multiple pages of listings. Google Play displays more reviews for an app as the user scrolls down the review list. WebHarvy handles various methods of pagination techniques employed by websites.


In case you have any questions please feel free to contact our support. We also recommend that you download and try the free evaluation version of WebHarvy.