ngrok Alternatives for Android

Popular Alternatives to ngrok for Android. Explore 5 Android apps like ngrok, all suggested and ranked by the AlternativeTo user community.

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The list of alternatives was last updated: 8/3/2018 8:10:00 PM

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  • Serveo

    Use it like ssh -R 80:localhost:8888 serveo.net. When you establish an SSH connection to serveo.net, a subdomain will be assigned to forward HTTP (and HTTPS) traffic to your local server. Basic usage looks like this: ssh -R 80:localhost:8888 serveo.net The -R option instructs your SSH client to request port forwarding from the server and proxy requests to the specified host and port (usually localhost). A subdomain of serveo.net will be assigned to forward HTTP traffic.

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    • no downloads necessary and it just works! Guest • Feb 2018 • 8 agrees and 3 disagrees Disagree   Agree
    • Does the same thing that ngrok does, but without the fancy stuff, like that beautiful dashboard ngrok has. For those, like me, that doesn't need a dashboard, works fine. Guest • Jul 2018 • 1 agrees and 0 disagrees Disagree   Agree
  • Pagekite

    Bring your localhost servers on-line. PageKite is software that gives your localhost servers names and makes them globally visible. It works with any computer and any Internet connection. It's so easy you'll never want to think about routers, IP addresses or other technicalities again. It's open source, too!

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    • The sub-domain address is still free for 1 month. Guest • Apr 2017 • 1 agrees and 2 disagrees Disagree   Agree
  • LocalXpose

    Taking the advantage of innovative technologies from the cryptocurrency and peer-to-peer connection we decided to build LocalXpose. LocalXpose is a platform of distributed nodes around the world (countries that allow inbound connections) ready to rent their bandwidth and ports for the blocked nodes so they can expose local hosted services, which helps in building economic system while using port forwarding service.

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  • Dataplicity

    Access your Raspberry Pi from any browser! Remotely access your Raspberry Pi Shell: Wherever you are in the world, securely access your Raspberry Pi from your web browser. Check device status: Quickly identify problems, check the status of all of your Pis instantly from your device list. Monitor disk space usage: No need to remember Linux commands to check for available disk space, see all of your devices' free space at a glance on Dataplicity.

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  • Burrow.io

    Forward traffic sent to a generated address to any device through a secure tunnel, with no NAT / port forwarding configuration required. You can expose any service (HTTP or raw TCP) running behind a router or firewall to the internet with a simple command (see terminal screenshot). No need to read docs or memorize command line parameters. You can view tunnel status online and kill them via the web interface if you need to.

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