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Menulicious is an easy way to view your del.icio.us posts and tags in your menu bar. Tags are organized alphabetically, with the ability to optionally display the number of posts for each tag.

Menulicious is powered by Buzz Anderson's DCAPI code from Cocoalicious. Source is available under the BSD license.

What's New

Version 1.2:
  • Updated with new del.icio.us API URL
  • Menulicious now uses Sparkle for handling future updates automatically
  • Removed images from the menu items


Mac OS X 10.3.9 or later, del.icio.us account.

*Previously available here

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minimal design Member IconReview+18
minimal design

This little app is really cool. Those 2 new improvements make it really usable. The new icon is way better and the top level list of tags is a god send. The only thing I can think of that would make even more usable would be the option to assign a shortcut to get the menu to open, that way no clicking would be necessary... It would also be nice to be able to optionally remove the icons from the menus too, they don't really add anything and take up space.

I like it!!

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Version 1.1
JoaoCP Member IconReview+0

This little application is a gem, very fast and easy to use. Unlike Delibar, it displays the bookmarks in the first level of the tags, which makes the access to the boomarks a snap. The new "Show tags directly in main menu" option made it even better and enjoyable. Unfortunately, its speed and smoothness come with a price: the program doesn't handle bundles, which seriously limits its usefulness. If you don't use bundles (or even if you use them), you should consider this nice alternative to Delibar.

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Version 1.1
Aname Member IconComment+17

I don't know what I'm doing wrong, but it doesn't work for me.

My system is: Powermac G5 dual 2.5 Ghz, 1.5 GB RAM, OSX Tiger 10.4.6.

Entered the exact username and password, but nothing shows up in the menu list.

Don't use any firewall either...

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Version 1.0
kainjow (Developer)

Send me an email (kainjow[at]kainjow[dot]com) and we'll figure it out.

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Downloads 3,482
Version Downloads 2,566
License Free
Date 30 Oct 2006
Platform OS X / PPC 32 / Intel 32
Price Free