London, United Kingdom – Happymagenta puts Scany, their mighty network scanner and Swiss army knife diagnostic toolkit, on 85% sale trough the weekend, starting Friday, Jun 21st. Scany is now just $0.99 (normally $5.99). Bundled with a load of network surveying, data digging and diagnostic utilities, Scany is a perfect and easy to use, must have tool for everyone who has a home or office Wi-Fi or LAN, and for everyone who stays always connected, or just uses the Internet occasionally.
Whether there is a need to scan a local or a wide area network, to find all connected computers and devices on LAN or Wi-Fi, to dig all the available info about anything on the Internet, to test a firewall, web site, to trace a network path or to ping, to remotely wake a Mac or a PC, or just to quickly fetch and share network info, Scany comes in handy – it provides a wide range of possibilities, especially for power users, professional network engineers, system administrators, software developers, web masters and casual users alike to survey, investigate, maintain, test, protect and secure their home and office networks, servers, computers, firewalls, and to resolve network issues.
“The Scany was developed from the ground up using our own algorithms, a result of our over 25 years of experience in networking and software. Originally created for our set of high-load, heavy-duty server software, they gave us much flexibility on a mobile platform. One of the first networking apps specially crafted for iOS, it was developed and polished for years, and the result speaks for itself.” – says Paully Ahafonau, the developer and co-founder of Happymagenta.
Every single tool, included in Scany, is a way better that any standard or ordinary tool available. Scany always finds and digs more data and info, does it in a more intelligent way, and is easier to use. There is no need to mess with complex tools options and setup, or command line shell interface – it just works, out of the box.
The network and port scanner digs more and faster, understands all of popular network naming protocols for Mac, PC and devices. WHOIS knows all Internet address spaces and all domain zones known to date, including internationalized domain names. Wake on LAN feature is equally effective on both LAN and the Internet. Traceroute traverses to the destination faster, monitors the whole path. All of that and even more is bound with a sleek and simple, uncluttered interface.
* Network scanner, scans LAN and the Internet
* Open port and service scanner
* Bonjour/Mac/PC/Samba/NetBIOS name scanner
* UPnP/DLNA/SSDP name scanner
* ARP and hardware address scanner
* Geo IP and country lookup
* Network range and AS number lookup
* MAC address and hardware vendor lookup
* Wake on LAN or Wi-Fi (by MAC address)
* Wake over the Internet (using proper routers)
* WHOIS hostnames, IP addresses, ASNs
* Built-in trace route analyzer utility
* Built-in Ping utility
* Network info utility
* Know Wi-Fi, VPN, 3G/EDGE and external IPs
* Group results into multiple histories
* E-mail scan results
* Predefined services for your convenience
* Possibility to add custom services
* Checks ICMP, TCP and UDP
* Fast asynchronous network I/O
* Works with Wi-Fi, 3G, EDGE and GPRS
* Highly configurable
* Compatible with iPhone, iPod touch
* Optimized for iPhone 5
* Requires iOS 4.3 or later
* Optimized for iOS 6.x
* 5.9 MB
Pricing and Availability:
Scany 1.9.3 is now on sale for only $0.99 and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Utilities category.
Happymagenta is a privately held company founded in 2006. With a focus on the iOS platform, Happymagenta was formed by a group of highly skilled software engineers who love programming and have a passion to create unique applications. 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.