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I am looking for a Safari extension similar to Update Scanner (for Firefox) and Page Monitor (for Chrome). Any suggestions?

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I don't know any extension like this one, but I've used Changes Meter which works really fine. It's a small app in your menubar and gets the job done.

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  • I had never thought of looking for a separate application rather than a web browser extension. Works just as well. Thanks! – reg May 6 '12 at 14:01
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    Is this still available? There's mention of it on the site, but there doesn't appear to be any way to download it (and I don't see it in the app store). – jhfrontz Sep 18 '17 at 15:53
  • Changes Meter was never updated to 64-bit so it doesn't work in Catalina. – Nick Dec 19 '19 at 20:13
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Changes Meter is an app that just notify you about some change in web page. But it does not inform you about what has changed.

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    Can you please provide a link to the tool mentioned? – nohillside Sep 23 '12 at 20:12
  • Changes Meter was never updated to 64-bit so it doesn't work in Catalina. – Nick Dec 19 '19 at 20:13
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I'm using https://urlooker.com, it has free plan, shows exact changes and supports JS-generated pages.

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I've found this old software that might do the trick Safari Page Monitor

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Using a browser extension for this means it will only notify you when your browser is online.

I use http://changemon.com which notifies me 24x7 and it's quite simple to use.

You don't even have to sign up on the site.

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