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Uniregistry App Update Available

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The Uniregistry app was released just prior to NamesCon and was a topic of discussion amongst attendees after Frank Schilling’s keynote. I downloaded the app and played around with it a bit, and I must complement the design team on the work that went into creating the app.

Yesterday evening, Frank Schilling announced (via Twitter) that an updated version of the Uniregistry app is now available via iTunes / the Apple app store. People can upgrade their current 1.0 version or download the newest version if they don’t have the app yet on their phone or tablet.

Someone asked Frank about a Uniregistry app for Android users, and Frank shared that it will be available in “march – maybe April.”

I can see the utility for an app like this, although I have not really had the need to use an app, likely due to the size of my portfolio (around 500+/- domain names). Perhaps the app version is easier to use than the website from my desktop browser, but I am not regularly in any of my domain registrar websites. I will make it a point to use the app the next time I need to log into my Uniregistry control panel.

On a separate note, if you have been beta testing the Uniregistry Market, I would love to hear about it!


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Comments (4)

    brian wamelile

    Hi Silver, thanks so much for your update but am just going to download it and test it since its going to be my first time
    cheers

    January 28th, 2016 at 8:25 am

      Elliot Silver

      Is there a reason you’re referring to me by my last name instead of my first name? No big deal but just curious.

      In reply to brian wamelile | January 28th, 2016 at 8:27 am

    Acro

    I sincerely hope the Android app makes it on time. The DNS app was never released outside of the iPhone, and that’s a 50% market share to ignore.

    January 28th, 2016 at 10:52 am

    brian wamelile

    No big reason only that I find it easy for me since I have a friend called Silver

    January 29th, 2016 at 7:05 am

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