QuickWho

QuickWho 6.4

QuickWho provides a rich array of information about specific Internet domains that surpasses other command-line, GUI or web-based "whois" tools.

QuickWho is a small Mac application that shows you all kind of information about an Internet domain, such as geographical data, organization name, location, expiration date, and much more. This program proves to be of good use when you're curious about the person who owns a certain domain name. It can also help you when you need to know where the company or the owner of the domain is located or when you require some other contact info about the owner of the domain.

The app's interface is very simple to use, so any user would be able to handle it with ease: you can just provide the URL link for the domain, press the Enter button, and then, in a matter of seconds, QuickWho offers you a list with all available domain data.

You can save the entire domain log to a TXT file for later use or copy the details to clipboard. In order to complete the aforementioned tasks, make sure you check the Enable Copying of Text option from the Preferences menu.

Still, there are two things I don't like while working with this app: the print function doesn't work and I can't paste URLs into the search bar. As for the rest, the program works great and offers me the information I require in minimum time.

Ashley Griggs
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Review summary

Pros

  • Easy-to-use
  • Offers you plenty of Internet domains information
  • You can save the log as a TXT file for later use

Cons

  • Print function doesn't work
  • Unable to paste URLs into the search bar
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