TOKYO (MacHouse) – Developing a fully-functional application is not easy for sure. Finding a new development subject is tough especially if you develop four to five Windows applications every month just as we do here. Even when you know what you want to do with a new project, there is no guarantee that Windows OS offers you resources to complete it. In fact, we’ve abandoned three projects in a row in the middle of development for that reason. Well, finally, we have something to introduce. A new Windows software title we released about an hour ago is called ZeroDomains. And we have one more software title to introduce in a minute.
ZeroDomains is a Windows application that helps you find new domains to register. There are hundreds of top-level domains (.com, .net, .jp, .com.br…), if not thousands. And a list can differ, depending on where you live and your interest. So it is up to users to come up with a list of TLDs (top-level domains). Although it is equipped with a list of more than 650 TLDs, ZeroDomains won’t automatically choose some of them for you. Other than that, all you have to do is just enter a name in the Name field. And ZeroDomains will take care of the rest. After you press Go, ZeroDomains will look up for each domain and see if it is open. If it has not been taken, then its name will appear in black. If it appears in red, that means the domain in question is not available for purchase.
This software title is currently distributed as a freeware title as it’s still in beta. You can use it without limitations till August 1, 2012. It’s been tested for Windows 7 64-bit.