It's just the combination of Proxy + middleMan = Proxyman 🌟
Yes, after a few months we finally found the answer. Sadly, Mike is on vacations right now so I'm afraid we are not able to provide the answer at this point.
Yes. Proxyman is definitely able to view the HTTPS contents as long as you install Proxyman Certificate appropriately. You can find the instruction in Proxyman app -> Certificate menu -> Install Proxyman Certificate on this Mac.
All your sensitive request/response data won't be sent anywhere. What is in your machine is in your machine. Proxyman only collects general diagnostics and crash logs to AppCenter. All diagnostics data is collected anonymously, no personal information and cannot be used to identify you. You can opt-out in Preferences -> Privacy Tab.
Yes, Proxyman currently supports iOS remote devices and iOS simulator. We're aiming to support Android worlds in next couple versions. Start debugging with your iOS remote device (iPhone/iPad) or iOS Simulator by following the instruction at Certificate Menu -> Install Certificate for ...
Limited specific apps/domains are the selling-point of Proxyman. You can concentrate on a particular app/domain by Search it and pin it. Categorize your workplace like Finder. All other irrelevant will be ignored.
We appreciate your effort to report the bug if you find. Please open the Issue ticket on Proxyman's Github. We will answer asap.