WebMon User Reviews

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Avg. user rating: 4 Based on 7 user reviews
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Simply perfect 4 stars by Blackbird73 Nov 15, 2011
Excellent solution (never found another like this one). I use Webmon at work(works very well under Vista)... show Review details
Makes its work 4 stars by mmilo75 Jan 13, 2008 (Read all my 4 reviews)
Very useful in monitoring nearly static websites. A nice feature make you able to monitor only a specific area of a page, i.e. to make monitoring insensible to date/time changes. show Review details
Perfect! 5 stars by BurningRopeCom Feb 03, 2006 (Read all my 13 reviews)
Faultless tool. Tidy compact interface, no frills, designed to do a job and does it very very well. Perfect to flag up that someone has signed a guestbook, or new content has been added to a page, if it has, just click the page in the interface and it opens. Has option to only check parts of a page, and can keep a log of when pages changed or were unavailable. show Review details
Proxy password stored unencrypted 4 stars by redfox Nov 29, 2005 (Read all my 2 reviews)
Very nice, but if you use a proxy, the password required for authentication will be stored unencrypted in the registry. If you don't type the password in the configuration, there won't be any prompt, and the connection will fail. There's another competitor product, .., but I didn't check it, because it's quite new and doesn't seem to offer the functionality to only monitor *part* of a web page. But I may be wrong. show Review details
Simple yet full of features 5 stars by TheDarkLord Nov 23, 2005 (Read all my 7 reviews)
This is the best web page monitoring program out there. Unlike other programs, this one works on everything, even RSS feeds. It uses a very simple interface that is well laid out. It has all the right features, as if the developer read my mind and saw exactly what I wanted. You get a little pop up, you can pick sound effects, tell it which page to open, set how often it checks for updates to pages, and specify which part of the HTML to look for changes. It is most definitely the best out there. show Review details
Less is more 4 stars by Melker63 Nov 19, 2005 (Read all my 2 reviews)
Webmon is one good example how help-utilities should be designed. Simple and self-explanatory straightforward. A few more options for narrow down and include/exclude webpage-content would be nice though. show Review details
Does the job for many webpages. 4 stars by Griffin Nov 16, 2005 (Read all my 11 reviews)
Works well for most (simple) webpages. Webpages with advertising or which display the time, for example can be a problem. One solution is to limit Webmon's area on the webpage to be watched (via start and endpoints based on fixed text). Sometimes that is not practical. Like I said, much of the time that is not a problem. So for about 80% of what I might like to watch, this is a great solution. Well written software. Good options. Nice interface. show Review details
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