Integrity

Developer: PeacockMedia

Current Version: 6.8.24

Last Updated: 5 months ago

Download Size: 2.5 MB - Download

Description:

• Scans your site checking for broken links
• Checks images and linked files as well as all internal and external links
• See problems at-a-glance highlighted in colour. Double-click for more detailed information
• In short, improve your website's quality and search engine ranking

If you've maintained a website for any length of time, you'll know that links very quickly become broken, because we move, delete or change our own pages, and other people that we link to do the same. This is called 'link rot'

A broken link on your site is a dead end for your visitors and will also be bad news for your search engine optimisation (SEO).

Unless you enjoy clicking every single link on your site followed by the back button, then you'll need to use a website crawler like Integrity!

Feed it your home page address (url) and Integrity will follow all of your internal links to find your pages, checking the server response code for all internal and external links found.

On features - Integrity is free and is intended to be no more than a simple but effective link checker. Note that Scrutiny is a more advanced app with features such as managing multiple sites, crawling pages requiring authentication and webmaster tools which go beyond link checking.

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Release Notes:

Adds support for the Refresh server response instruction, improved help system, low disc space detection
Many other small fixes

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Most Helpful Reviews

5/5
Version 3.8.5
Review by Smittyopolis

Great program, does what I need - Checking links on a Web site is an arduous task. I've used several Web-based tools for this, both free and paid, but all were awkward and took longer than I'd like for results. Internal links are easy, but we link to many news articles in our vertical, and the various Web sites we send people to expire their stories at different intervals, making the occassional sweep necessary. Found this gem on the Mac App Store and it does what I need. For a goodly-sized site I'd suggest running the program with the "show bad links only" option checked, then export to a .csv file (another simple click of a button) and then pull into Filemaker Pro or another database tool that simply lets you select and sort records by error type or area of your site (if like us you use several Wordpress installs to manage different content areas on your site). I really like it!

Found helpful by 2 out of 2 people
1/5
Version 6.8.4
Review by CityMouse

Do not update! - The new version has removed all export functionality. This is now only available in the non-Apple Store ‘Integrity Plus’ version. Payment processing is sketchy at best.

Found helpful by 6 out of 6 people

More Reviews for Current Version

2/5
Version 6.8.24
Review by Covinther

The copy links function doesn’t work - It seems like a very good tool. I really like the clean interface, the ease of use, and how simple it is. However, in my everyday work the app becomes useless because I cannot copy the list of link urls from the app because the command-C function does not work.

Found helpful by 1 out of 1 people
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