How much time did you waste online today? How long did you spend hopping from one website to another,
checking your favorite blogs and taking a peek at your competition to see what they're up to?
Did you actually see anything new?
Keeping an eye on a list of web pages can be time-consuming and frustrating.
Chances are you visit your bookmarked websites much more frequently than they update their content.
If this sounds familiar, you should let DeltaSpy do the work for you. This web page monitoring software
keeps an eye on websites selected by you, notifying you only when there is something new to see.
When you visit the site, the new or altered content will be highlighted.
- Windows 9x/Me/NT/2000/XP/2003
- Pentium or similar processor
- 64MB RAM
|File Size:||2.28 MB|
|License:||Free to try, $39.95 to buy|
Key Features of DeltaSpy :
- Monitor an unlimited number of sites, saving you time visiting sites
where the content has not been updated since your last visit.
- Track updates on ordinary web pages and text files.
- Track updates on blogs (news feeds) in RSS, RDF and Atom formats - you
no longer need to have a feed reader installed.
- DeltaSpy makes following hundreds of websites and blogs as simple
and fast as checking your e-mail.
- You can view your monitored web pages with the changes highlighted
using the embedded web browser, enabling you to speed-read websites without missing anything.
- DeltaSpy can track not only normal websites, but also blogs in the
most popular formats (RSS, Atom, RDF), plain text files and XML files.
- You can ignore dynamic page content like page counters and dates to
avoid update notifications when they change.
- Track updates on password protected web pages (HTTP authentication supported).
- Browse the sites using the embedded browser with the changes highlighted,
saving you countless hours of reading as the changed text stands out from the text you already read.
- See text that was removed or changed within a page as well as newly added text.
- Ignore dynamic data in page comparisons, e.g. number of visitors, dates,
timestamps etc. This is configurable using regular expressions (a pattern matching syntax) for maximum flexibility.
- Organize websites in groups in a tree structure as you know it from your
web browser bookmarks and Windows Explorer.
- Use automated web page update checking at scheduled intervals or manual
checking when you need it for single sites, all sites or a group of sites.
- Use shared (user definable) schedules to check groups of sites with the same interval,
or use a custom per-site schedule.
- Schedule checks every X minutes, every hour, at a certain time every day,
at a certain time at a certain day of the week or at a certain time one day each month.
- Drag a URL to the Drop Window to quickly add the URL to DeltaSpy.
Works with Internet Explorer, Firefox and other web browsers.
- Receive update notifications by a blinking tray icon and/or a MSN-like window that slides up,
displays number of unread sites, and slides back down.