Namecheap is a leading domain name registrar and hosting company.
Search, register, and manage your Namecheap domain names with our application.
- Instant search, register, and renew domains
- Manage DNS, WhoisGuard settings, and auto-renewal preferences
- Add and manage Address Profiles
If you love Namecheap and our new app, be sure to rate and review us!
• Several bug fixes and usability improvements
• Face ID improvements
• Make quick, easy payments with Apple Pay
• Dark mode and iOS 13 support
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
This app is good for purchasing domains on the fly, and also for assessing the status of your domain when you’re not at your usual workstation. However, do not use two-factor authentication. There’s a good chance you’ll get locked out of your account, and Namecheap’s customer service will not be there to help you. Finally, this app has an extremely poor quality UI, which implies neglect on behalf of the developers.
MFA works exactly as-intended
Lots of reviews on the Namecheap app discussing ‘how bad the MFA is’. I assume they mean the app’s built-in tool “OneTouch 2FA”. Well, I tried that and upon using it once I logged in on a windows workstation and easily found the standard OTP MFA options aplenty. MFA is required 100% of the time and just works. Again - not OneTouch, I don’t use that.
To all the namecheap devs and team members: You guys are amazing. Your site is amazing. Your service is amazing. Your prices slap the competition with justice and your propagation times are second to none.
Is the OneTouch MFA tool really worth the ridiculously negative user feedback which it’s causing on the App Store? I’d say not, since this IS the App Store for people who need a Genius Bar to unlock their phone, id opt for sticking with what you guys are already nailing - DNS Auth services, second to none.
I don’t review many apps, but I felt compelled to with this one!
First off, thank you for having Apple Pay as a payment option! I have never been able to renew one of my domains so quickly and effortlessly! It took me about a minute to find the app on the App Store, install it, login, see my expiring domain, and pay for the renewal. It typically takes me 5 minutes or more to do the same via the web site and paying using PayPal. I may never use the web site again to renew one of my domains.
I haven’t checked out the other features, but for someone who is just maintaining their list of long term domains, this was a treat.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.