Serveo Alternatives and Similar Websites and Apps

Alternatives to Serveo for Windows, Mac, Linux, Android, Software as a Service (SaaS) and more. Filter by license to discover only free or Open Source alternatives. This list contains a total of 14 apps similar to Serveo.

Use SSH to expose local servers over the internet and inspect and replay HTTP traffic. No installation, no signup. If you're looking for more info about Serveo like screenshots, reviews and comments you should visit our info page about it. Below you find the best alternatives.

The list of alternatives was last updated: 4/14/2020 4:37:00 AM
Serveo is discontinued
Service disabled since November 2019. See https://web.archive.org/web/20191113143434/http://serveo.net/

Alternatives to Serveo for all platforms with any license

  • ngrok

    ngrok exposes local servers behind NATs and firewalls to the public internet over secure tunnels. How it works You download and run a program on your machine and provide it the port of a network service, usually a web server. It connects to the ngrok cloud service which accepts traffic on a public address and relays that traffic through to the ngrok process running on your machine and then on to the local address you specified.

    Freemium $ $ $ Mac Windows Linux BSD FreeBSD

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  • Vercel

    Make Cloud Computing as Easy and Accessible as Mobile Computing. We build products for developers and designers. And those who aspire to become one. Easy To be truly easy, cloud computing should be as easy as a tap or command. Universal To connect everyone, applications have to be fast from every geographical point. Accessible To be accessible, great care has to go into the user experience and design.

    • ZEIT Now (it's called vercel.com at the moment) is a service for lambda serverless functions. Maximum time for a function to run is 10 seconds. Would you like a tunnel than runs that long and breaks the connection? Guest • Apr 2020 Disagree   Agree

    Freemium $ $ $ Open Source Mac Windows Linux Web GitHub Gist ... npm

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  • 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!

    Freemium $ $ $ Open Source Mac Windows Linux Android BSD

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  • Packetriot

    Packetriot makes it simple to expose services and data on local and private networks to the Internet. You can serve static websites, dynamic web applications, test single-sign-on work-flows or build webhooks. Developers and small businesses that use low-to-medium tier resources in public clouds can easily host those resources on their own equipment with their existing network connectivity. With Packetriot you can make any application, from any network, available to the Internet.

    Freemium $ $ $ Mac Windows Linux Self-Hosted

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  • Holepunch

    Run whatever you want at home or the office. This could be a web server, an FTP server, or even a game server. You start it and we take care of the rest. We will get you past any NAT or firewall that might be in the way and people will be able to access your service via a public URL.

    Freemium Open Source Mac Windows Linux Android Software as a Service (SaaS)

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  • Yaler

    Yaler is a simple, open and scalable relay infrastructure for secure access to embedded systems. Yaler enables remote SSH access to Linux devices, browser access to local Web servers, smartphone as a remote for devices, tunnelling TCP-based protocols, configuration of sensor networks and integration with 3rd party services. Yaler is open source: the device side source code is BSD licensed, the relay server is published under GNU AGPLv3.

    Commercial $ $ $ Open Source Mac Windows Linux

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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.

    Freemium $ $ $ Mac Windows Linux Android BSD

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