Zero configuration dual-stack monitoring (IPv4/v6), same price.
You can set the check frequency down to every 15s.
SMS, Webhook, Zapier, Telegram, Statuspage, Slack (or compatible)
We accept bitcoins and altcoins, alongside Paypal and credit cards.
Downtimes are confirmed from multiple locations (8 total).
Hack and integrate updown.io with the REST & WebHook APIs.
Match the presence of a string instead of the regular HTTP status.
Receive alerts in case of invalid or expiring soon certificate.
You only pay for what you use, request by request. 1 credit = 1 request.
For example, check5 websitesevery1 minutefor € / month.
I really like the simplicity of @updownio! And their support is great too :)— Loïc Mathaud (@loicmathaud) March 1, 2016
@updownio SSL expiration warnings emails are a nice touch. Great to find out we get more than we paid for!— Jean-Michel Lacroix (@jmlacroix) May 11, 2017
This simple yet powerful and very good uptime monitoring service updown.io just added a new feature. Recommended! https://t.co/vg8DUILsOb— Pietari Heino (@PietariHeino) June 28, 2016
@updownio has now replaced pingdom as my monitoring tool of choice. Simple, clean. Straightforward billing terms and they accept BITCOIN!— pinacodelada (@pinacodelada) January 17, 2015
I was looking for a @goserverless alternative to @updownio so I can check many different websites for few $ a month but it was just before checking the pricing page.— Jérémy (@j0k) January 1, 2018
It's really an "inexpensive website monitoring" 👌
@updownio Thanks for the fantastic service, I'm a big fan.— Helder Vilela (@LderVilela) April 19, 2017
@updownio Perfect alternative to pingdom. You will have 2 paying customers soon plus more. Beautiful job!— Kacper Wikieł (@kacperwikiel) October 23, 2016
If you are looking around for a web monitoring tool, check @updownio. Great service with plenty of free credit to try it out!— Thanasis Delenikas (@TDelenikas) May 14, 2017
@updownio Absolutely love your business model. Straightforward no bullshit.— Noj Vek (@nojvek) March 26, 2016
Oooooooh per site webhooks! Neat! :D— Matt Cavanagh (@Maelstromeous) August 16, 2017
Am quite thrilled with this piece of engineering, simple,quick,cheap does what it says on the tin 😎✅ https://t.co/7svwsh3eqr— jim (@jnorthr) December 17, 2015
@updownio Just started using you. Love the service - super slick, friendly, and well executed! Thank you :)— ErgoDox EZ (@ErgoDoxEZ) September 16, 2016
And damned awesome, switched from Pingdom a few years ago and have never looked back. ❤️❤️❤️— Ben Everard (@_beneverard) August 15, 2017
@updownio Really loving your monitoring service! The status pages are very, very sweet as well! Miles better and cleaner than Pingdom.— Matt Cavanagh (@Maelstromeous) January 3, 2016
@updownio PERFECT, you guys rock. this tool has been so helpful to us this past month with some DDoS issues on Linode.— Matt Heerema (@mheerema) January 9, 2016
Couldn't recommend @updownio any more. I love that they do a single thing, really well. I don't always want something as complex as others.— Pete Heslop (@Pwheslop) June 23, 2016
Wow!! @updownio you are truly awesome.. I got exactly what I needed.— Aditya Patadia (@adityapatadia) March 10, 2017
If you need a simple, cost effective Website Uptime and speed monitor, try @updownio— TopHatDeveloper (@indiealexh) November 18, 2016
Great service. Simple to setup. Nice GUI for status.
Love using @updownio as one of our server monitoring providers, easily the best interface in the business and always had top notch support the rare time I have needed it.— Ollie Castle (@olliecastle) November 30, 2017
@updownio - btw, overall extremely happy so far. Thanks for a great product.— Matt Heerema (@mheerema) December 22, 2015
Good job to you! Updown.io is simply the nicest looking uptime checker on earth 💅🏼 🚀🚀 And pricing is really good :)— Gladys Project (@gladysproject) July 30, 2017
Really digging the @updownio uptime monitoring. Simple, elegant, great price and super quick to setup. Highly recommended!— Greg Ratner (@GregRatner) May 9, 2016
There are few tools I aspire to when building my own - this is one of them!— Pete Heslop (@Pwheslop) August 3, 2016