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Domain Name Apps (iPhone & iPad)


I was browsing through the Apple App Store this morning to see what domain name related apps you can purchase for your iPhone and/or iPad. There were more than I expected.

If you’ve used any of the apps listed below in ABC order, let others know what you think of them. I have an iPad but haven’t downloaded any of these apps yet.

  • Deep Whois (free)
  • DN Forum Mobile ($4.99)
  • Domain Scout (free)
  • Domainster Instant Domain Search and Suggestion ($.99)
  • Domain Pro (free)
  • Domain Storm by Network Solutions (free)
  • DomainTools Whois, Thumbnail, Availability (free)
  • Domain Tracker ($.99)
  • GoDaddy Mobile Domain Manager (free)
  • iDomain Monitor ($2.99)
  • Instant Domain Checker (free)
  • (free)
  • NameDrive

Did I miss any apps that you’d recommend to others? If so, what purpose do they serve and how much are they?

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Comments (7)


    I use DomainScout. It’s Nice & Easy.

    September 10th, 2011 at 1:10 pm


    Godaddy rocks. Easier than website, especially the whois after a search. Managing NS is easy too. You have to really know what you are looking for with auction function. I participated in a focus group on it at their office, they are really dedicated to it.

    September 10th, 2011 at 2:28 pm

    Domainsbot (Free)
    HotNameList (Free)
    Verisign Domain Tracker (Free)
    Verisign Domain View (Free)
    Namer ($0.99)

    Check the Directory for a listing of iPhone/iPad domain apps.

    September 10th, 2011 at 2:30 pm


    I use Domain Storm and Deep Whois both very good. There is also TapaTalk, I do not remember if it was free though, but great for viewing forums and adding your forum if you have one. (no i do not own it, just incase a few will think that i’m advertising)

    September 11th, 2011 at 7:39 am


    Domaintools’ is ok

    I also have been using Namedrive’s (not on your list), like it.

    September 11th, 2011 at 1:44 pm


    I use DomainTools, and an app called Keywords that lets you do keyword research like GAKT, but on the go. Both are iPhone, the keyword one I think was $4.99 but totally worth it to me because the GAKT website doesn’t work in Safari on my phone.

    September 11th, 2011 at 6:42 pm


    Check all the free iPhone apps on:

    The website’s language is Turkish but app names and links are universal 🙂

    September 12th, 2011 at 7:42 am

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