Charles Proxy for iOS lets you capture and inspect network requests and responses on your iOS device. You can view metadata, headers and bodies in the app, so you can finally debug your app’s networking issues without a computer.
Charles Proxy for iOS is a new app from the creators of Charles Proxy for desktop.
HOW IT WORKS
Turn Charles on when you want to start capturing. Charles captures your network requests and responses in the background while you test your app or website. Return to Charles to inspect the requests and responses.
If you also have Charles on your desktop, you can transfer recorded sessions to your desktop to explore them on the big screen.
Charles creates a local VPN on your device. All of your network traffic passes through Charles on your device, and then out to the internet as usual over either WiFi or Mobile / Cellular data. There is no remote server involved, and your data always remains private to you.
* SSL Proxying to view SSL requests in plain text
* View and share request and responses bodies
* Syntax highlighting for text request and response bodies
* Measure network performance over WiFi or Mobile / Cellular networks
* Block requests to nominated hosts
הורידו עכשיו את Charles Proxy, אפליקציה שפותחה במיוחד עבור אייפון ואייפד ע"י XK72. נשמח לשמוע מכם תגובות, שתפו אותנו בחווית השימוש, שאלות או טיפים שימושיים על Charles Proxy.
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2018-07-22 (U.S. App Store)
If it could either strip gzip accept headers on the request or better still detect and show post-gunzipped responses that would be so much more useful. I can’t look at responses in json because they are compressed.
2018-05-23 (U.S. App Store)
Perhaps it is just the nature of my work and interest, but I use this app more than any other app I’ve ever purchased. I recommend it and the desktop version often. The insight it provides about what your app is doing is so helpful, and a bit disturbing to see how much and how frequently other a
2018-05-01 (U.S. App Store)
The app is primarily useful for developers debugging their work, but if you want to get an idea of how many apps are sending data in the background and see some of that information, then this app is revealing. It works perfectly, but you have to read and follow the instructions. If you don’t follo
2018-04-23 (U.S. App Store)
And hope for no-cache option, or request modification
2018-04-14 (U.S. App Store)
Not only useful for debugging, but this is great for seeing what other apps are sending. You'd be surprised how much analytics are shared with third parties. The UI is intuitive and SSL certificate installation is straightforward. I much prefer the 1.0 icon which sadly has been replaced by the newer
2018-04-11 (U.S. App Store)
Captured logs to identify an issue for our developers without even getting out of bed. Would love to see this on tvOS and Android too!
2018-04-05 (U.S. App Store)
Please bring back the original icon. It was charming and bright. This new one looks like a placeholder made in a hurry. Don’t chicken out, trying to play it safe according to a five-year old design ethos that’s already dated and a dead end.