Sure! Depends on why LiveReload isn't suitable for you, though.
LiveReload is too expensive for me
This one is easy. Just use the unlimited trial version, and optionally open a support request to ask for a free license. I always give free licenses to everyone who asks.
I don't like LiveReload, but I still want some native app
Fair enough. If you're on a Mac, try Brian Jones' CodeKit app — it is generally regarded as awesome, and people who don't like the UI of LiveReload are probably looking for something like that.
Also try these ones:
- Fire.app has a similar functionality and has pretty much no UI except for the menu bar icon. The authors are very nice, and they actually use LiveReload's browser extensions (which are open-source and thus free to reuse).
- SimpLESS will get your LESS compiled on any platform
I'd rather use a command-line tool
I'm considering a command-line mode for LiveReload 3.x, btw.
- guard-livereload — awesome open-source command-line tool
- Python LiveReload server — also has guard-like features
- livereload 1.x — the original command-line tool that started it all, now deprecated (because guard-livereload is more popular, and it made zero sense for two open-source command-line tools to compete)
Beware: These ones might be easier to get running, but will eat up your CPU and battery:
- live.js is a browser script that continuously updates the page in the browser
- CSSrefresh seems to be similar to live.js
- Reloadr is a tool for PHP that does continuous polling like live.js
- nodeJuice is a command-line tool, seems similar to LiveReload, but I haven't heard of it much