Happymagenta Updates Networking Apps for iOS 7 and Starts 50%-off Sale

London, United Kingdom – Happymagenta has released version 1.9.7 update to its popular networking utilities for iOS, including Scany, Nice Trace, Deep Whois, Net Status and RBL Status, that handle many networking tasks – network and port scanning, server monitoring, network troubleshooting, penetration testing, tracing routes, accessing public WHOIS, Geo IP and others. The update adds new icons and the new user interface facelift.

Celebrating the 4 years in the App Store and the 1.9.7 update of all its networking apps Happymagenta launches a 50%-off or bigger discount sale for the whole set of their networking apps.

Happymagenta network utility apps include Scany, Nice Trace, Deep Whois, Net Status and RBL Status.

Scany, a Wi-Fi/LAN network scanner, is the powerful multifunctional instrument for finding connected devices, looking up detailed device information, network troubleshooting, scanning ports, testing network security and firewalls. Scany answers to questions about which devices are connected to a network, which services they provide and whether someone has been using a Wi-Fi without owner’s knowledge, and many more! Easy and user-friendly interface allows even the inexperienced user to get a profound and understandable overview of a network and the running services.

Nice Trace is the advanced Traceroute app. The tool traces the route to the host in the Internet using easy, user-friendly interface and animations. The specially designed asynchronous algorithm lets Nice Trace quickly pass through problematic hops not hanging on them, thus increasing the speed.

Deep Whois is the most complete and advanced WHOIS app. The tool lets lookup info in ALL WHOIS databases for ALL hostnames, domains, TLDs, web sites, IDNs, IP addresses (both IPv4 and IPv6), IP network ranges and autonomous systems (ASNs, ISP IDs).

Net Status lets getting a fast glimpse of what is happening now with network hosts, routers and other network devices connected to the Internet or LAN. The tool checks network services a host runs for availability and presents the information in a convenient way in order to speed up the diagnostics of network problems.

RBL Status – so far the only Multi-DNSBL checker app for iOS – lets to quickly check a list of network hosts against multiple DNS blacklists.

Pricing and Availability:
* Scany, $11.99, price dropped to $5.99 (-50%)
* Nice Trace, $1.99, price dropped to $0.99 (-50%)
* Deep Whois, $1.99, price dropped to $0.00 (-100%)
* Net Status, $3.99, price dropped to $1.99 (-50%)
* RBL Status, $1.99, price dropped to $0.99 (-50%)

Scany, Nice Trace, Deep Whois, Net Status and RBL Status versions 1.9.7 are available on the iTunes App Store in the Utilities category for a limited-time 50%-off sale prices. The apps are compatible with iPhone, and iPod touch. Require iOS 6.1 or later and less than 10MB of free space each. More information, screenshots and videos are available on the Happymagenta website.

Happymagenta Apps
Scany 1.9.7
Nice Trace 1.9.7
Deep Whois 1.9.7
Net Status 1.9.7
RBL Status 1.9.7

Happymagenta is an indie mobile and game development company, founded in 2006 by a group of highly skilled software engineers. Merging thorough knowledge and experience in the sphere with high passion for programming, Happymagenta creates unique and outstanding iOS apps of different kind and purpose. Copyright (C) 2006-2013 Happymagenta Ltd. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod touch and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Computer in the U.S. and/or other countries.