QuickWho
QuickWho
6.4.0

0.5

QuickWho free download for Mac

QuickWho

6.4.0
26 April 2017

Graphical interface to the Unix whois tool.

Overview

QuickWho provides a rich array of information about specific Internet domains that surpasses other command-line, GUI or web-based "whois" tools. Are you curious about who owns a particular domain name? Do you want to contact them, or gather more information about them? QuickWho can help you with these tasks. And it's less cumbersome than using an Internet-based whois tool: thre's no need to load a Web page in a browser.

Why QuickWho?

  • Simple, pleasant-to-use interface
  • Save domain data to a file or print for later analysis
  • Display geographic data about domain as well as basic domain data
  • Thorough user documentation via the "Help" menu
  • Support for AppleScript and Services

What's new in QuickWho

Version 6.4.0:
  • Improved error handling
  • Migrate to new source code server

12 QuickWho Reviews

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sjk
02 December 2008

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And exactly how is QuickWho an improvement over the Whois tab of the bundled Network Utility app that lets you select a whois server? Sorry, but this sure comes across as a suckerware product.
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Version 1.0
Talaatharb
28 March 2014
quickly downloaded, and tried. definitely not worth the money - 1$ would be too much. quickly einstalled. stay with WhatRoute
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Version 5.0.0
neartheredrocks
14 December 2013
Version 5 is at least not crashing anymore but after trying it I can now say with certainty that this application is nothing but a joke. In my opinion it is bordering a scam to ask $30 for an application that does nothing but displaying (incomplete) Whois information about domains that can be found for free in numerous places is bordering a scam. It is simply not true that this application provides any kind of "rich" information that "surpasses other ... tools". I highly recommend WhatRoute instead. That is an excellent free tool that not only shows (complete) Whois information about domains but can also be used for Trace, Ping, Query, Finger, Address Scan, and Port Scan tasks. That is what I call rich!
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Version 5.0.0
neartheredrocks
18 November 2011
Tried using Quickwho 3.3.0 on an Intel iMac with OS X 10.6.8. However, the application crashes immediately on startup (even though it is located directly in the application folder) with the not very descriptive message "QuickWho Error". What is going on here?
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Version 3.3
Codebykevin
15 April 2011
From the developer: This new version is more stable in printing and also offers full support for printing (preview, save as PDF/PostScript). It also finally has a fully-native toolbar UI, making it more pleasant to use. I encourage you to give it a try for searching domain information.
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Version 3.2
Caberlin
19 October 2010
This is not what I call good mac software. My personal experience was this: -Did not allow me to paste something in the search field while something was already in there. -Crashed when I tried to run the software from a sub-folder inside of Applications -Crashed after a printing -Manual not very helpful for me Although I have a registered version, I decided to get rid of it.
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Version 3.1
1 answer(s)
Codebykevin
Codebykevin
15 April 2011
Sorry you didn't have a good experience with version 3.1. Version 3.2 addresses nearly all of the issues you raised.
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Codebykevin
10 July 2010
I've made this new version of QuickWho substantially different from the older ones. It offers more information than a simple dump of whois output. It's easier to use and better integrated into OS X so it can be incorporated into different workflows. If a program is at a dead end and cannot do what you want it to, you may have no choice but to rewrite large portions of it, even the entire thing. With QuickWho, I rewrote major portions of the user interface (removing the tree view, developing and customizing the rich text view, adding the image display) and completely re-implemented the whois query, as well as the alogorithms to print the data (since it now included an image as well as text). I believe the program now does far more than the simple command-line whois tool, and previous versions of QuickWho: it offers a richer array of information about specific domains, in an easier-to-read format. I hope you'll give it a try.
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Version 3.0
Tool Force Software
11 April 2010
Doesn't even work on my Mac, Interface is totally broken here, drawing glitches everywhere…http://bit.ly/bT6Vvn
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Version 2.3
Psychos
14 October 2009
Wow, I feel sorry for anyone exploited by this developer. You can obviously do this quite well either from the shell, or from one MANY tools on the web if you don't want to use the shell. And most of those online tools give you better output; this doesn't even appear to support rwhois and other needed features. Again, if you have paid this developer money...I am sorry you had to get ripped off.
Like (4)
Version 2.0
3 answer(s)
Codebykevin
Codebykevin
23 January 2010
I'm sorry, but I don't think I'm "exploiting" anyone. QuickWho offers more capability than the command-line and is more usable in my view than websites that offer whois queries. Anyone who is enough of a developer to run whois queries in Terminal probably doesn't need a GUI tool, anyway.
Like (3)
Version 2.1
Psychos
Psychos
15 March 2010
Actually, your very own screenshot shows that you offer fewer capabilities than command line tools, not more. All you do is call the simple basic 'whois' with no add functionality. Your own example shows how flawed your program is: it shows the default output from whois.internic.net, which shows ALL the top level records that match "apple.com*". That's why there are all those odd "is.0wned.by" and "more.info.at" records in the junk output, because there's DNS glue for those hosts which start with "apple.com." Your program does not provide any way to actually easily do a whois on apple.com! To do so, you have to "whois =apple.com" as the output text suggests, which will then tell you the correct whois server for the actual apple.com domain. You then need to run a whois on that server. Using your program, that means adding a whois server entry for whichever registrar apple.com is using. So, let's look again at what you need to do to whois apple.com here: 1. Run the whois. 2. Be smart enough to look at the junk data that also includes apple.com and instructs you to use "=" to see all records. 3. Run the whois as "=apple.com". 4. Sort through the returned data, find the whois server for the registrar for the actual apple.com domain. 5. Add the registrar to the list if it's not there, which is isn't going to be for 99% of domains (if you can even do that, the program won't run for me) 6. Do a "whois apple.com" against the proper whois server. This offers more capabilities than similar websites? Really? That's a lot of steps. Again, there are a bunch of websites that offer FAR BETTER whois services for free. Just search the web for "whois". These sites know how to do things like actually do a whois on "apple.com" with a SINGLE lookup, rather than just give you useless raw whois output like this tool does. Did I mention it's 176.6MB? (Which appears to be due to very poor understanding of the development environment and build process.)
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Version 2.2
Codebykevin
Codebykevin
15 March 2010
Thanks for the feedback, Psychos. That's actually quite helpful. I'll see what I can do to incorporate some of these suggestions into the next version of QuickWho.
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Version 2.2
Stonetownmike
14 October 2009
You can do it for free at http://samspade.org/
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Version 2.0
sjk
02 December 2008
And exactly how is QuickWho an improvement over the Whois tab of the bundled Network Utility app that lets you select a whois server? Sorry, but this sure comes across as a suckerware product.
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Version 1.0
$10.00

0.5

App requirements: 
  • Intel 64
  • macOS 10.13.0 or later
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