Monitor your domains' expiration date, from one place.

Domain Book app, an easy and straightforward way to monitor your domains' expiration date. It is like a phonebook for your domains.

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When you add a domain, the application will communicate with the WHOIS providers asking for the domain information, once retrieved we add them to the application database.
No, the application requires you to click the refresh button to update the WHOIS information; this way, you will always be informed about your domain's status.
Either we dont support your domains' extensions yet, or we are unable to fetch your domains' information from the WHOIS providers. In the past the domains' information used to be public and accessible for everyone, but due to bad behaviours by the people some WHOIS providers decided not to disclose the important information for this app to work like the creation and expiration dates.
In the past, it was possible to use WHOIS to find out the creation and/or expiry date of a domain name. This enabled some members of the domain name industry to send unsolicited renewal notices to registrants with whom they did not have a prior business relationship, causing significant levels of customer confusion. As a result of these problems, many providers determined that creation, renewal and expiry dates will not be disclosed on the WHOIS service. That's why the retrieved data can't be accurate 100% as we depend on the WHOIS providers.
Having Whois Guard on will not have any impact on the application since the application does not retrieve any personal information about the domain owner which are hidden when you have Whois Guard on.
Yes, you can. The application has the ability to modify the purchase and expiration dates, add notes and attach tags up to five tags for each domain name.
Yes, nothing will change, the application will inform you before any domain expires. But you will not be able to update the expiration date automatically and you will have to edit the date manually.
We support more than 800 domains extensions, and if we got the data wrong you can easily edit the wrong information.
No, the application will not store or use your credentials.
The application will use your credentials to communicate with the API providers only. That's why every time you will have to provide your credentials for the application to be able to retrieve your domains' information.
There are two important notes about the auto-refresh functionality:
  1. You need to make sure that your computer is always running.
  2. It will only notify you about the domains which will expire in the next 30 days.
So if you renewed a domain which was not going to expire in 30 days, you have to use the manual refresh button near the domain name to update the information.
Licenses are per-user, rather than per-machine, so you can enjoy Domain Book on as many computers, as you wish with your license, as long as you are the primary user.
Since our licenses are per-user, rather than per-machine, you are required to buy a copy for each primary user who is using the application.
You can reach us via the support portal