Grabify IP Logger

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If you're not sure on how to use this website, just take a look at this video.

IP Logger

  1. 1. Enter a URL that you want Grabify to track.
  2. 2. Give the link Grabify IP Logger generated to the client.
  3. 3. Save your tracking code that was generated when Grabify generated the link.
  4. 4. Enter the tracking code on the home page and click "Tracking Code" to see all the information captured with Grabify.


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Email Notifications
Set timezone
Auto saved tracking code
Logs IP addresses
Log country
Log Useragent
Log referring url
Log hostname
Battery Level
Device Orientation
And many more... Click here to view the full list of features


There are many different domains you can use to customise your link to better fit your audience.

To view the full list of domains, create a link and then click on "Customise".


Please respect the following Guidelines while using this service.

  • No links to malicious websites

  • No adult material

  • Make sure to follow the TOS


Grabify IP logger will help you find and track the IP address of any person with just three simple steps:

1. Shorten long link

2. Share the short link with another user

3. Grab IP address after the user clicks on your short link

Grabify IP Logger URL & Shortener provides you with some of the most advanced and detailed statistical data and metadata for all clicks on your links. Your IP Logger link can access information about user’s IP address, location tracker (country, city) and so on. You can view the full list of features here.

The Grabify IP Logger & Tracker tool is designed to be as user-friendly as possible, and to provide the most detailed and advanced analytic information on every click.

The URL Expander feature checks links for any redirects, and reveals the final destination of a shortened link.