DomainTracker
DomainTracker
2.3.1

4.0

DomainTracker free download for Mac

DomainTracker

2.3.1
24 October 2005

Monitor, track, organize domain names.

Overview

Note: DomainTracker is no longer under development, and it is no longer available for sale.

DomainTracker is for organizing domains that you own or dream of owning. If you are comfortable with Mac OS X, than you will feel right at home with DomainTracker's sleek and stylish aqua interface.

DomainTracker has all the features you would expect from an application. Perhaps one of the greatest benefits of using DomainTracker is that it will automatically download domain information. We've also made managing large collections a breeze with groups, smart groups, and live filtering.

What's new in DomainTracker

Version 2.3.1:
  • CSV importing bug fixed
  • Network diagnostics integration (10.4)

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20 DomainTracker Reviews

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gryphonent
15 April 2007

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Hmm... hasn't been updated in a while, doesn't cover .eu, .de and other domains I would need to check. So, as much as I like it, I got to say “no, but thank you” in its present stage.
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Version 2.3.1
Hmac
01 July 2010
Can anyone please help me DECODE or DECRYPT the domain tracker notes? Is there a way to figure out how to do that? please? I don't know how it happened but all the notes are now in some form of a string of mainly numbers and letters, like this but longer: c8864886984846c666468618284668448482048666c I really like(d) this little app -- it's got some great features needed by mac domain owners/webmasters something in domaintracker somehow causes the notes to encrypt or encode as noted above (it's a long string of numbers and a little text) but I can't figure out how to undo that feature and now we also can't get any kind of response from the developer -- mark[a]colovo.com even tho we bought it several yrs back. Any suggestions from any who know what the encoding/encrypting feature of domain tracker does and how to unencode/decode/unencrypt/decrypt would be GREATLY APPRECIATED for sure. anyone who has previously figured out how to do it with success? thank you for taking the time to read; hope someone can help.
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Version 2.3.1
dwp-1
05 December 2009
Yup, looks like this dog screwed us!
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Version 2.3.1
Neil-M
08 December 2008
The company seems to have been folded up some time ago - not a word to registered users (I am one, spent $25) Great thanks... But doing a bit of research on google - the guy behind it, was Mark Davis of Yarmouth, Nova Scotia. He seems to have started up a new company called Colovo - which make an app called Timepost, http://www.macupdate.com/info.php/id/24494/timepost Might be worth dropping him an email Mark Davis President / CEO 902-746-3418 Canada mark@colovo.com
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Version 2.3.1
1 answer(s)
Egn
Egn
08 April 2009
Wrote the developer at the email kindly provided above. No reply.
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Version 2.3.1
Aljuk
30 September 2008
It's no more. The domain is parked.
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Version 2.3.1
gryphonent
15 April 2007
Hmm... hasn't been updated in a while, doesn't cover .eu, .de and other domains I would need to check. So, as much as I like it, I got to say “no, but thank you” in its present stage.
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Version 2.3.1
1 answer(s)
Jfm
Jfm
12 August 2008
Agree with you. It used to be the best, full of promises - and then the developer stopped to update it. A pity, really! For the time being, the only acceptable substitute is RAGE Domainer... but there are many TLDs which it does not support, and it is not perfect (when updating multiple domains, it goes on endlessly), so it is not yet the ideal solution.
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Version 2.3.1
Pedro-Fardilha
10 September 2006
Sorry, I forgot 1 thing: I doesn't update .eu domains, even though the info appears correctly on the "Whois" window Best regards Pedro Fardilha
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Version 2.3.1
Pedro-Fardilha
10 September 2006
Hello. I'm just trying some domains management apps (and comparing to the "home brew" solution that I use right now". One thing that i noticed was that every time that I open the "Edit Domain" pane and press "OK" (even without changing a single thing) all the info that was added automatically thru the "Update Domain Information" pane is gone. Is this supposed to work this way? It's not a "terrible" thing but I just think is not very practical either. I do think this app is going the right path, but that "bug" (... ok, maybe not a bug but an "annoyance") and the fact that i cannot add/remove columns on the main list makes it an "almost there" app, but still not what I'm looking for. Best regards Pedro Fardilha
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Version 2.3.1
Anonymous
20 May 2005
This application would be useful to me, except that the events it adds to iCal do not include an alarm, thus no reminders unless I manually add them. A preference item to set the event defaults would be helpful.
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Version 2.2
2 answer(s)
Mr-Toner
Mr-Toner
17 June 2005
Doh! It's in there! It wasn't even difficult to find. The rating stands, though. I'd like to see editable (and moveable/sortable groups and the ability to add more information (at least notes).
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Version 2.2
Mr-Toner
Mr-Toner
17 June 2005
You know, maybe I should just go to bed. There's the additional info pane -- just double-click. (In my defense, there is no Help and no menu item or button for Edit.) Mea culpa. For penance, I shall purchase the program.
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Version 2.2
Anonymous
19 May 2005
Sorry to report - as I have done it on the support forum of the product a few days ago, but no reaction, no comment... - that data can no longer be updated. And I am still on 10.3.9, I have not yet upgraded to Tiger... This needs seriously to be addressed, since it is a key function for DomainTracker. I hope that the product will soon become a stable one. It has great promises, but still too many problems.
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Version 2.2
Anonymous
13 April 2005
Significant upgrade, which now makes possible to export to CSV files. Other improvements as well. IMO, at this stage, it can now be considered as the best tool of its kind for the Mac, and the author is obviously willing to continue to improve it. Very useful for anybody - like myself - who needs to manage dozens of domain names.
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Version 2.2