MyMenuDate
MyMenuDate
3.3.0

5.0

MyMenuDate free download for Mac

MyMenuDate

3.3.0
30 July 2010

Customizable menubar clock and calendar.

Overview

MyMenuDate offers a fully customizable system menubar clock and calendar.

Features:

  • Fonts, size, and text color selection
  • Background color selection
  • Date information with user-defined display formats
  • Time information with user-defined display formats
  • Day of week, month name, julian date, and week
  • Tuned for high-performace
  • Low memory requirements
  • Universal Binary for Mac OS X
  • FREE UPGRADES FOR LIFE!

MyMenuDate provides a custom display of important date and time information in the format that YOU want!

What's new in MyMenuDate

Version 3.3.0:
  • Added ISO Week numbering option

11 MyMenuDate Reviews

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Leo-Spill
13 April 2007

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I think Magical is a better clock replacement. It's more OS like and you can color differentiate between time and date which you can't do with MyMenuDate. The background color option in MyMenuDate is tacky and very un-mac-like. The calendar isn't a click away and while interesting that you can drag it away, it's so ugly you probably wouldn't want it always in your face. If the Magical UK developers were to cut CPU a tad it would be a cinch but compared to the ugly GUI mess that is MyMenuDate, well it's really a choice between beauty and the beast. Unfortunately the beauty is also a bit of a CPU beast.
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Version 1.7.1
Gerry49
23 September 2011
Great program and super support from the developer. Working will with my 10.6.8. I have no complaints with perfection and this program is it. :)
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Version 3.3.0
Flash1296
26 September 2009
Will NOT launch. Error::Cannot lock focus on image , because it is size zero. A CocoaNSImageCacheException was not handled
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Version 3.1
Flash1296
26 September 2009
Current version 3.1 - released today - Will NOT launch - under Snow leopard. ERROR: "Unable to load sound file. "westminster.mp3"
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Version 3.1
Kobalt
15 September 2009
It wasn't me who complained about incompatibility with SL (v2.8.1 works just fine here under SL), so I'm not sure what's been changed in v3 to make it 'compatible'. But never mind all that, this is still a must-have app!
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Version 3.0
Gerry49
13 September 2009
Right now I'm using 3.0.0 beta and WOW! Super program. I asked the developer about Snow Leopard compatiblity and the response was swift. The update was phenomenal. I love the program. I love the price. I love the support. Is 5 stars really the highest rating I can give? :)
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Version 2.8.1
Kobalt
13 November 2007
Don't know what version 1.x was like, but this version is the bee's knees! Easy to install, easy to set up, easy to use, easy on the eye. You've got my vote!
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Version 2.3
Leo-Spill
13 April 2007
I think Magical is a better clock replacement. It's more OS like and you can color differentiate between time and date which you can't do with MyMenuDate. The background color option in MyMenuDate is tacky and very un-mac-like. The calendar isn't a click away and while interesting that you can drag it away, it's so ugly you probably wouldn't want it always in your face. If the Magical UK developers were to cut CPU a tad it would be a cinch but compared to the ugly GUI mess that is MyMenuDate, well it's really a choice between beauty and the beast. Unfortunately the beauty is also a bit of a CPU beast.
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Version 1.7.1
1 answer(s)
Plaidvestsoftware
Plaidvestsoftware
14 April 2007
Thanks for the kind words about the low memory resources required by MyMenuDate. The background color is indeed an option. It can be disabled to use the standard Mac colors. The free trial is a great way to see if MyMenuDate is what you are looking for. Most people find it's nearly unlimited configuration options to be very beneficial.
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Version 1.7.1
Miyamotofreak
20 March 2007
I may just buy this. It's way better than magical in CPU amount, its extremely customizable, and reasonably priced. Any suggestions on a good looking date? Right now I have mine looking like this: Monday, March 19, 2007 10:31:36 PM
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Version 1.5
Plaidvestsoftware
02 March 2007
Yes, there are many menu clocks for the Mac, but MyMenuDate provides the most flexible display options including virtually unlimited date, time, color, font, and size options. We feel that MyMenuDate offers the best customization options at a very low price. Just try it for yourself and see if MyMenuDate is what you are looking for.
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Version 1.4
clakes
02 March 2007
the word "menucalendarclock" could say it all. http://www.macupdate.com/info.php/id/14351 the price? please...! in that very case.. you pay (almost) 4 times more than this but you also get (almost) 4 times more. oh, and what about the free menucal? http://www.macupdate.com/info.php/id/16760
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Version 1.4
1 answer(s)
Plaidvestsoftware
Plaidvestsoftware
02 March 2007
Thanks for your feedback. MyMenuDate offers a different experience than other menu apps. MyMenuDate offers a fully customizable date and time display within the menubar so that you can pick the format you want to see. This allows a quick-glance experience instead of the more application-based MenuCalendarClock app. We've kept the price low to reflect the fact that MyMenuDate is focused on a single task - to provide the most flexible menu date clock/calendar display for the Mac including background/foreground color selection, font selection, and font size.
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Version 1.4
$9.95

5.0

App requirements: 
  • Intel 32
  • Mac OS X 10.6.8 or later
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