Presenting DomainBrain 1.0

By Anthony | May 1st, 2008 | 10:48 pm

DomainBrainWriting an application for the Mac has been a longtime goal of mine. I’m happy to say that I can finally check that goal off of my list: Presenting DomainBrain 1.0.

DomainBrain is a handy tool for Mac OS X that helps webmasters and web designers keep track of server and login information for websites they maintain. I work on quite a few websites for myself and others, and keeping track of URLs, usernames and passwords, and database configuration info for those sites has always been a bit of a pain. DomainBrain is designed to keep all that info in one place with a simple, straightforward interface.

DomainBrain is free for use with four domains or fewer. To keep track of info for more than four domains, you can purchase a license for $14. Visit the DomainBrain homepage to get more info and to download and try DomainBrain. Take it for a spin and let me know what you think.

(Crossposted at One-Button Mouse)

2 Responses to “Presenting DomainBrain 1.0”

  1. the dotmatrix project Says:

    [...] designer and all-around good guy, Anthony Piriano, has just released his first Mac application — [...]

  2. Egill Says:

    WOW!!! It is so beautifully designed!! I wish I could create something like that. It was also my dream to write a Mac app (and it still is), and I did try to start learning, but then I gave up. It was to complicated.

    You seem like a really talented programmer/designer, so what would you think of creating an application for Mac that connects to a MySQL database, so that one could be able to keep track of what’s going on there. I mean, like if it would work a lot like DomainBrain, only that it would help you to add/edit data in your database! It would make a huge hit!

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