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04|12|2010 12:02 pm EDT Launches New Drop-Sorting Tool

by Frank Michlick in Categories: Tools

NameCatch.comToday sees the launch of a new drop-related services by the name of NameCatch, which we found via an announcement by user Erdinc on Namepros. Similar to FreshDrop, the site provides domain drop lists from a number of websites and allows you to sort and filter them by a number of criteria, such as languages and patterns. The subscriptions are based on the filters you would like access to and start at $3 for a 10 day subscription for searches that start or end with specific up to 50 keywords.

From their site: provides information on domain names, particularly expiring domains that go to auction. We scan big lists of domains every day for dictionary terms in different languages as well as word patterns such as consonant-vowel-consonant-vowel (CVCV).

We provide advanced search features which enable users to enter up to 50 search terms to do a bulk search on expiring domains. Most domain auction sites allow searching for one term at a time. If you have a list of multiple search terms and you want to check a few different sites, typically, and, this can be a daunting task to do on a daily basis. But with you can do it with a single ‘Search 50′ button.

NameCatch has also a domain tracking service. Whether you have a small list or a larger list of domains that you are interested in, you can enter these names to your ‘Track 10,000′ list and we will scan them for you every day and email you if any of them goes to auction.

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Randall Brown

April 12, 2010 @ 1:40 pm EDT

Nice post, and yes but it opened late last night posted on Namepros. Also, I my self link it more to which has been around for a year I think, Sponsored by Snapnames but it shows all the NameJet and more also. is owned By Spade of NamePros. I have not tested either system. But they are similar.

Frank Michlick

April 12, 2010 @ 1:45 pm EDT

Thanks for dropping by Randall. For me NameBio always has been more about finding prices for domains that have already been sold whereas this new site appears to be for locating domains that are still for sale. But I have not used NameBio’s premium service yet.

Randall Brown

April 12, 2010 @ 1:54 pm EDT

You Might be right, I never though of NameBio as archive. I see where I have messed up and Thank you for pointing out my mistake. I do think the NameCatch is a nice site and there is a calling for it.


April 13, 2010 @ 1:52 pm EDT

Nice tool, but you get more at, and it’s free.

Frank Michlick

April 18, 2010 @ 1:05 pm EDT

@Alan: Upname is nice, too – Thanks for the pointer. Unfortunately it doesn’t appear to have language filters though. However Upname has nice historic info along with the listings.


April 19, 2010 @ 12:57 pm EDT

I have to agree with Alan, upname is a very handy service.

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