Zero configuration dual-stack monitoring (IPv4/v6), same price.
You can set the check frequency down to every 15s.
SMS, Webhook, Zapier, Telegram, Slack (or compatible) new
Provides multilingual availability & performance reports.
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.
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Oooooooh per site webhooks! Neat! :D— Matt Cavanagh (@Maelstromeous) August 16, 2017
There are few tools I aspire to when building my own - this is one of them!— Pete Heslop (@Pwheslop) August 3, 2016
@updownio Just started using you. Love the service - super slick, friendly, and well executed! Thank you :)— ErgoDox EZ (@ErgoDoxEZ) September 16, 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
And damned awesome, switched from Pingdom a few years ago and have never looked back. ❤️❤️❤️— Ben Everard (@_beneverard) August 15, 2017
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
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
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
Wow!! @updownio you are truly awesome.. I got exactly what I needed.— Aditya Patadia (@adityapatadia) March 10, 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
@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 Thanks for the fantastic service, I'm a big fan.— Helder Vilela (@LderVilela) April 19, 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.
I really like the simplicity of @updownio! And their support is great too :)— Loïc Mathaud (@loicmathaud) March 1, 2016
@updownio Absolutely love your business model. Straightforward no bullshit.— Noj Vek (@nojvek) March 26, 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
@updownio - btw, overall extremely happy so far. Thanks for a great product.— Matt Heerema (@mheerema) December 22, 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" 👌
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 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
Really digging the @updownio uptime monitoring. Simple, elegant, great price and super quick to setup. Highly recommended!— Greg Ratner (@GregRatner) May 9, 2016