Deep Whois

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Wednesday, October 4, 2017
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Description of App

Using Deep Whois™ you can search public WHOIS databases for hostnames, domains, IDNs, IP addresses, IP networks and autonomous systems (ASNs).

Deep Whois™ automatically selects WHOIS servers and performs a lookup. When more information is available it follows deeper by continuing the lookup at referral WHOIS servers.

FEATURES

  • WHOIS domains, IP addresses, ranges and ASNs
  • Automatic selection of WHOIS servers
  • Digging WHOIS records from referrals
  • Result history for all lookups
  • Group results into multiple histories
  • E-mail WHOIS results
  • Works with Wi-Fi, 3G, EDGE and GPRS
  • Eye-pleasing interface design

Version

1.9

Free or Paid

Paid

Apple Watch Support

Not Known

Device(s) App Was Tested On

iPhone

Accessibility Comments

This app is totally inaccessible to VoiceOver users.

The only element that VoiceOver might find is the textfield where you enter a hostname or IP address. However, you won't be able to find this by swiping. The only way you will know it even exists is if you happen to tap directly on it.

This means that if you are lucky you might be able to do a search, but don't expect VoiceOver to read the search results. It won't.

VoiceOver Performance

VoiceOver reads no page elements.

Button Labeling

No buttons are clearly labeled.

Usability

The app is totally inaccessible.

Other Comments

Thankfully I got this app whilst it was available for free, so no money was wasted!

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0 people have recommended this app

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Comments

Submitted by Sean Terry on Saturday, March 5, 2011

Why is it that put apps that aren't accessible with voice over? It makes no since! If they aren't here, than, in most cases, we should assign they aren't usable with voice over!

Submitted by AppleVis on Saturday, March 5, 2011

Member of the AppleVis Editorial Team

In reply to by Sean Terry

Hi Sean,

The purpose of the App Directory is to collect information on all apps, not just those that are accessible.

There are already a number of instances where a developer has taken steps to improve the accessibility of their apps after seeing problems reported here.

Also, few people will assume that an app is inaccessible simply because it isn't posted here (after all, there are over 300,000 apps in the App Store!). So, by including information on inaccessible apps we can save people some time, and, in the case of paid apps such as this one, save them the hassle of having to request a refund.

David

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