Monitor
Monitor
3.2

4.0

Monitor free download for Mac

Monitor

3.2
21 November 2009

Manage your Mails, Twitter, Statistics, Blog, eCommerce and more.

Overview

Monitor... Tired of managing five apps/windows/tabs at the same time and of reloading all the time by hand to track your e-commerce, mail, twitter, notes, blog? So with Monitor you can do all this in one window, access it from the menubar and the site-refresh is done automatically. The segments can be customized to fit your individual needs. If needed (e.g. for Google Docs) you can use a fullscreen mode, mail attachments can be up/downloaded and mails can also be printed.

What's new in Monitor

Version 3.2:
  • [new] show/hide Dock icon
  • [new] do not center window when activated
  • [improved] performance
  • [fixed] GUI glitches
  • [fixed] some bugs

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7 Monitor Reviews

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zo219
23 March 2009

Most helpful

There is a heck of a lot of interesting stuff coming out of MoApp!
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Version 2.1
Penguirl
22 April 2010
I think this concept has been done already, it's called Sea Monkey.
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Version 3.2
Comewhatmay
07 August 2009
Great app. Thank you for your hard work. Only suggestion would be the capability to save user name and password. This app. may already have this and I just haven't found it. Thanks again for so many great apps.
Like (2)
Version 3.0
gcoghill
07 August 2009
Each tab basically loads a webpage.
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Version 3.0
mail-234
11 July 2009
It has happened a few times recently that I ended up finding some of my software-needs on the http://myownapp.com website. MOapp has a nice collection of handy applications that all have a clean/clear look and a solid feel to them with prices that are hard to beat. Monitor is one of those, and despite being offered for free I have it running all the time lately. It's a handy companion to everyday browsing in which I can access the online-services that I use most in a snap. It does come pre-configured but the segments are easily changed to ones own preferences and also features a neat Notes and To-Do segment with contexts and priorities. Clutter-free as can be, no learning curve and when not in use it's comfortably waiting in the menu-bar. Considering this application is a gift, I thought it only proper to get out of my way for a few minutes and share my appreciation for it. Thank you!
Like (3)
Version 2.7
zo219
23 March 2009
There is a heck of a lot of interesting stuff coming out of MoApp!
Like (4)
Version 2.1
Apfelz
09 March 2009
If you don' like or need a Tab/Tab-Title - just rename it and apply a different job :-) I do need to have my weblog statistics and comments to be refreshed and even if not - it really does not hurt :-) I myself do not need a context - but there are a lot of people out there - especially those who listen to David Allen really need a Context and in there world errands is not the task - it's the context :-)) I know that its not perfect (it fits my basic needs to faster satisfy my customers - thats all) but I thought it may be helpful for others…
Like (3)
Version 1.1
Semioticmonkey
09 March 2009
The idea seems smart: Combine multiples SSB in one window. But has some problems: a) don't let the user decide wich modules are activated. Ie, you are forced to have a tab for ecommerce even if you don't have a need for it. b) It is not clear (UI side) the workflow of the note and todos panels. Why do you need to have context for notes? why do you need context for todos (no errands)? c) no site specific refresh intervals. You don't need to refresh your blog (or paypal or rss) every 3 minutes as twitter, of course. Put some customizations power inthere. Let the user activate only what he really needs (or/and add his customized tabs) and you'll have something with a specific niche but useful.
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Version 1.1