A few new cool apps are out for domainers on the Apple iTunes store so they will work with the iPhone and iPad.
SmartNames.com has a new app that you can check your stats on your parked domains.
The SmartNames App is free and can be downloaded here.
Cirtex Corp released its new Webmaster Tools application, providing webmasters worldwide with core website management functionality on their mobile device.
The new application, which is available free of charge from the Apple iTunes Store, allows users to perform a wide-range of tests and checks, including domain WHOIS lookups, DNS lookups, Reverse DNS lookups, Ping and Latency checks, Tracerout searches, and more. Users can also perform specific searches on domain name related data, including Alexa rankings and DMOZ listings.
RtLabs.ca released an app for managing domain names on the iPhone and iPad.
The app called Mydomains (no relation to mydomains.com) is a whois checker that keeps the domains you own in a “Mydomains” list and those you are interested in acquiring in a “myWatchlist”.
While there are several free whois checking apps none to my knowledge allow you to store a list for later use.
This app is priced at $.99 and can be downloaded here.
Godaddy.com has an free app that allow you to register domains on the go on your iPhone or iPad.
The iPad app was just released last month
You can download the App for free here.
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