ApiChecker Alternatives

    ApiChecker is described as 'is reliable uptime and performance monitoring for your service. It uses different servers around the world to verify your service/API/WebSite performance and uptime ?!' and is a Website Monitor in the Network & Admin category. There are more than 100 alternatives to ApiChecker for a variety of platforms, including Online / Web-based, Windows, SaaS, Linux and Mac. Most alternatives are Website and Uptime Monitors. The best alternative is UptimeRobot, which is free. Other great apps like ApiChecker are Pingdom (Paid), Freshping (Free), PHP Server Monitor (Free, Open Source) and Cabot (Free, Open Source).

    This page was last updated Jul 24, 2021

    1. PageMon.net: we're watching! Boring checking tons of sites for updates? Read updates in your feed reader!
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    2. Unlimited monitors checked from multiple location every minute. Monitor any port or setup a "heartbeat" that works well for cron jobs or any service behind a firewall. Be alerted as soon as your service is offline via email or app integration.


    3. Monitor your websites and APIs from multiple locations around the world and get notified by smart alerts. Get daily, weekly and monthly availability reports along with performance metrics.
    4. Sophisticated Uptime Monitoring for your Apps, DBs, IT systems, and business services. Get pro-active alerts and fix incidents with ease without the noise.
    5. With webcron you pay per request and you can choose the monitoring frequency to your linking. When your website goes down, webcron can send you either an email or a text message (SMS).
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      • Online
      • Software as a Service (SaaS)
      StablePing is a fully managed uptime monitoring service for just $3.95/month. Whenever your website goes down, their system will alert you within seconds via email or SMS (and they'll work with you to get it back online).
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    6. WebGazer is a website and cron monitoring service. We check if your website and REST APIs are up, and notify you if anything goes wrong. You could also send periodic HTTP requests at the end of cron jobs or scheduled tasks to monitor.
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    7. Website & Web Application Monitoring
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    8. Proactively monitor your websites and online services. Receive immediate notification when a problem is detected so you can quickly resolve the root cause and prevent potential escalation.
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    9. The website monitoring service that doesn't suck. Get an email when your website goes down. Statuses are available by email, web, RSS feeds and widgets.
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