The only thing I really wish it did was enable proxying in network settings when the app launches (or when proxying is enabled inside the app), and then put the proxy settings back to their original values when the app closes (or proxying is disabled inside the app).
Proxie: HTTP debugging proxy ranking history and charts
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Available in countries
|Korea, Republic Of||10.99 USD|
Available for devicesMacDesktop,
Versions and releases
Latest version Proxie: HTTP debugging proxy: 2.5.3
- Fixed a bug where changing preferences might cause crash
- Added an inspector that shows details of a flow.
- Now you can edit and replay existing requests.
- Or composing new requests.
- Fixed a HTTPS related issue.
- UX improvements.
Apps Changes History:
- 9 months ago: New App Version 2.5.2 ☛ 2.5.3
- 9 months ago: New App Version 2.5.1 ☛ 2.5.2
- 9 months ago: New App Version 2.5.0 ☛ 2.5.1
- 9 months ago: New App Version 2.4.1 ☛ 2.5.0
- 11 months ago: New App Version 2.4.0 ☛ 2.4.1
- 11 months ago: New App Version 2.3.3 ☛ 2.4.0
- 11 months ago: New App Version 2.3.2 ☛ 2.3.3
- 1 year ago: New App Version 2.2.0 ☛ 2.3.2
- 1 year ago: New App Version 2.1.0 ☛ 2.2.0
- 1 year ago: New App Version 2.0.2 ☛ 2.1.0
Works great, does what it says!
Die App funktioniert nicht
Die App funktioniert leider nicht.
Works well. I was able to view SSL requests.
Cheap, good UI and simple. I love it
Beautiful. Needs better JSON support
The UI is beautiful, modern, and clean. It needs pretty printing of JSON requests. Trying to decipher a big blob of minified text is painful. The other app I used does that, and while being a far worse app, this one feature made it worthwhile.
Didn’t fulfill my expectation
I bought this one since CharlesProxy costs $50 and this $7. But it sweats on HTTPS connection and not consistent!
Very good app!
I first got a bit nervous till I found the “Trust Cellis CA on this Mac” option under Help menu. You should make this somehow a bit more obvious and explain somewhere (on web site, for example) how to grab this certificate and install it onto iOS Simulator, for example… Far not everybody knows how to do it. I loved app’s simplisity and slick design. I tried various apps (Charles, Burp) - those are pretty hard to use for majority of cases, while Cellist does everything that most developers will ever need: filtering and request/response visualization in various formats (JSON, Web, Imagery). What I found extremely useful was ability to drag’n’drop response as a file! I would yet ask for XML visualization - it would be pretty handy either. A few small feature requests - * JSON “Expand/Collapse all” button * ability to sort in a way that most recent requests stay on top (vs being added into the end of the list) * request timestamps would be usefull to see somewhere. * when your app posts ton of requests - additional highlighting mechanism would be a really cool feature, that would allow to mark similar requests (by full URL, for example) with some color. * ability to change background color for image viewer Thanks for the great app!