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Every Second

Realtime stats per second of Apple and YouTube

Every Second Alternatives

The best Every Second alternatives based on verified products, community votes, reviews and other factors.
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  1. Visualize interesting stats about web pages and websites

  2. Monitor servers and let users know if something goes down.

  3. Featured

    Monitor all your Websites, SSL Certificates, and Domains from one console and get instant notifications on any issues.

    Try for free freemium $9.0 / Monthly (Lite plan)

  4. Analyze YouTube comments to know what your audience thinks

  5. Test your startup idea within your target group. Scientifically validated and monitored. We design the questionnaire, find the right respondents and deliver the results within 24 hours.

  6. extension to show publishing date of related youtube videos.

  7. Quick and beautiful status pages.

    freemium $20.0 / Monthly (Pro)

  8. Affordable hosted status pages for your API, SAAS, Website and Business

    freemium $4.99 / Monthly ("10 Users", "10 Services", "1000 Subscribers")

  9. Real time visitor stats for all of your websites

  10. All-in-one tool for cross-platform social video analytics

  11. Outages and downtime status reports

  12. Get system outage notifications instantly

    paid Free Trial $1.0 / Monthly (per rotation + $1/incident)

  13. View real-time stats for any website in your brower tabs

  14. Command-line utility to download media contents from the web

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