iProxify Plus
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iProxify is a port of the popular iProxify iPhone Application to Mac OS X. It allows you to surf the Web anonymously without additional configuration. All requests within iProxify are automatically redirected through our reliable, Canadian proxy servers.

The free version is ad-supported, but you can order the full version from within the app, which will remove all ads added by the service (ads from pages you'll visit will still be shown, the top ad will disapear).
What's New
Version 3.0:

This is a new major release:

  • refreshed UI
  • much smaller executable size
  • faster core
  • less crashes
Bug Fixes:
  • Fixes the nag error of the proxy selector. Proxy selection happens now automatically based on server load.
Requirements
Intel, Mac OS X 10.6 or later



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lamontDakota reviewed on 25 Jul 2012
Able to reach only a single site: YVANSOFTWARE.BE. Why is this even on MacUpdate and in the App Store? Bizarre!
[Version 3.0]


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PorkPieHat commented on 22 Oct 2010
Why were there dozens of posts here in the latter half of July 2010, and then..... bupkis? Everyone was so excited to be working closely with iProxify's developer, and then .... not. What happened?
[Version 1.2]


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Yvansoftware commented on 25 Jul 2010
Hi,

You should type http:// before each url. I'm goin' to fix the error page right away!

Yvan
[Version 1.2]


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Topgun commented on 24 Jul 2010
Launched the app, typed "livejournal.com" and the browser window shows the text "You shouldn't be here".
Tried to go to gmail.com. No changes.

Hopefully, it will be fixed.
[Version 1.2]


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Cage123au commented on 24 Jul 2010
Tried the newer version, did not work for me. I wanted to go to Hulu to try it out, Kept asking me to enable javascript which is not possible as far as I can tell. Went back to normal Safari and Javascript is enabled there, so have no idea why it would not work in this. Maybe the Dev can assist me. Won't rate for now as it maybe just me not understanding how to use it properly. Be interesting to see if i get a reply from the Dev as well. ??
[Version 1.2]

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Yvansoftware (developer) replied on 25 Jul 2010
Hi,

Probably the proxifying core is corrupting the javascript.
I'm going to take a look at it, could you please send all the URLs which don't work to me?
(don't forget to put http:// before each URL - I'm fixing that...)

Yvan
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Cage123au replied on 25 Jul 2010
OK, the URL I tried was for Hulu. I typed in the full http://www.hulu.com and it takes me to the website, no issues there. In order to view anything I need to enable javascript while in iProxify and it will not allow me to do that. I have noticed that it take me to a window that you have now written use http or https, but like I said, already tried that.

Appreciate you following up.

I have not looked at other sites for now as this is primarily why I wanted to use your program to view Hulu.

Regards
Cage123au
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Yvansoftware (developer) replied on 26 Jul 2010
Hi,

I'm going to add a button "Enable Insecure javascript" tomorrow (probably, you'l never know what happens ;) ).

This is mainly, because javascript is secured through our proxy system, gets corrupt and doesn't display well.
Simple javascripts mostly work, but the harder ones like Hulu... They are a pain in the *ss :-S.

This has a downside though: you'll lose the anonimizing effect on the javascipts: this means that the page will be requested from another IP (mine) as the javascripts (yours).

I'm willing to add this function, but this may cause a major security breach, and ay render the site unstable (if there are country checks in the javascripts).

Sincerely,
Yvan Janssens
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Yvansoftware (developer) commented on 23 Jul 2010
Hi,

I fixed the app - it should be pn line soon. Please read the notes carefully, the licensing system fails on Snow Leo - this is just a temporary fix to make it run. Tomorrow the big fix will arrive, making it work on all Macs :)

Sincerely,
Yvan
[Version 1.1]


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Mtcobra commented on 22 Jul 2010
Don't know what you get when you download this, but I get an app that, when run, produces the gray moon in the dock. The moon bounces, then a window opens on the desktop that then immediately disappears and the moon on the dock goes away. Nothing less, but nothing more. Went to the developer's site (clicking on the developer's name above right doesn't do a thing) and found no way to contact the developer to ask what's going on.

Deleted the app and the associated file it created that Hazel found.

YMMV
[Version 1.0]

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Yvansoftware replied on 23 Jul 2010
Hi,
I'm the developer.
Could you please provide console output?
You can access it through running the app from the Terminal, and then send me the output.
This is a known problem, which I'm not be able to trace successfully on each system. You're probably using Snow Leo X64.

Please email me so I can sort this out (yvan (at) yvansoftware (dot) be )

Yvan
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Mtcobra replied on 23 Jul 2010
Based on my earlier comment, or because of it, the developer contacted me and we've had some testing going on - I've got the Snow-Leopard, and he's got the programing talent. As of now, the program works in-so-far as it gets me to where I'm supposed to go.

Two minor problems soon to be worked out: 1. The red (close the screen) button hasn't worked for me, and 2. I need a more through help menu (manual) so I will know how to use this.

Also now there is a way to contact the developer on the developer's website. Thanks, Yvan!

I'm pleased with the concern of this developer and wish him best of luck. It's fun being a part of a new application. I'm in Illinois working with a programmer I've never met in Germany.

Love the Mac Family!
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Yvansoftware (developer) replied on 24 Jul 2010
Hi,

You are the one I need to thank :)
Also, I'm from Belgium - not from Germany ;-).

The close button is supposed not to work, it 's because it's the main window, which shouldn't be closed. I'm probably going to hide it in version 1.3 .

Many thanks for the testing,
Yvan
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o0BrowniE0o had trouble on 16 Dec 2010
Hi every one,
I have a huge problem with iproxify, when ever i try to open any web page of any kind i get a blocked page by (Websense) web filter, i dont know why and this is not the end of it, even after i closed iproxify and uninstalled it from my mac i still get this websense filter on my other web browser not all the web pages but some normal pages.
I dont know how did that happen and i hope someone have a solution for this.

thanks
[Version 1.2]


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Date:20 Jun 2011
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iProxify is a port of the popular iProxify iPhone Application to Mac OS X. It allows you to surf the Web anonymously without additional configuration. All requests within iProxify are automatically redirected through our reliable, Canadian proxy servers.

The free version is ad-supported, but you can order the full version from within the app, which will remove all ads added by the service (ads from pages you'll visit will still be shown, the top ad will disapear).


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