Integrity / Scrutiny comparison of features
This chart only gives a broad outline of main features.
|Integrity||Integrity Plus||Integrity Pro||Scrutiny||Online|
|Price (after free trial period)||FREE||$15||$45||$115||from $5 pm|
|Checking linked files and urls within style sheets||✓||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|Export your data||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|Search / filter your data||✓||✓||✓|
|Manage multiple sites||✓||✓||✓|
|'sitesucker' type archiving *||✓||✓||✓|
|Help with migration to secure (https://) site **||✓|
|Authentication (sites that require login)||✓|
|Check links within pdfs||✓||✓|
|Schedule regular scans||✓||✓|
|Page load speed test ***||✓|
|Multiple windows (simultaneous scans etc)||✓|
|test / report form actions||✓|
* The free Integrity can archive pages but it does little more than dump the html of each page it parses. The other apps allow you to save the result in a browsable format, making links relative and re-creating the directory structure. If archiving a website for audit purposes is your goal, see Watchman.
** When you scan an https:// site, Scrutiny will report links to your http pages, and also report pages which have 'mixed content' or insecure content, ie style sheets, js files, images which are http://
*** As from version 8, all apps will report the response time and file size of all urls checked. The page load speed test in Scrutiny loads a page and reports the load time of all of its elements, thus finding bottlenecks.