Notify Pro
Notify Pro
2.1.6

4.5

Notify Pro free download for Mac

Notify Pro

2.1.6
06 August 2010

Gmail notifier supports multiple accounts.

Overview

Notify is a new Gmail notifier for OS X which supports multiple accounts. Each account has individual notification options, and you can easily check what's in each account via the tabbed interface.

Features:

  • More than just Gmail: The biggest feature request we got for Notify 1.0 was Google Apps support, so here it is. Not only does Notify 2 support Gmail & Google Apps, it also has built in support for Rackspace Email, and MobileMe. Notify Pro even supports generic IMAP accounts.
  • Compose & Reply: Ever wanted to send a quick message or reply to something without opening your browser? No problem. In Notify Pro, you can send a message from any of your accounts without ever leaving Notify.
  • Full message preview, mark as read, and delete: No longer are you limited to viewing the first few lines of unread messages. Notify Pro now lets you read entire emails, as well as mark them read and delete them right there on your desktop.

What's new in Notify Pro

Version 2.1.6:
  • Fix bug where messages may not be displayed in list.
  • Fixed bug where reply button may sometimes not work.
  • Misc. bug and crash fixes.
  • Change how Notify searches for Trash back to previous method.
  • Change how Notify searches for inbox by full folder path.

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Robrecord
03 May 2010

Most helpful

No updates in a while.. badly in need of an update. The functionality is only half there. Will it ever be improved?
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Version 2.0.7
CtrlAlt
02 September 2019
Can someone please update this app!!! This is the best app ever for what it does. Using it since 2010.
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Version 2.1.6
gberger8
18 June 2018
alternative
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Version 2.1.6
Turquoise
27 March 2015
Works with Yosemite (sort of). Dear developer, please update this great application, there isn't any viable alternative. Please.
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Version 2.1.6
3 answer(s)
deputat
deputat
22 April 2015
I second that!
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Emet1
Emet1
29 September 2015
I've got it running on 10.10.5 with 2 gmail accounts.
The only issue I've got is that the icon in the menubar looks normal until I click on it to view messages. Once I've clicked, it stays blue. It clears once I restart or log out/in.

Still the best gmail notifier EVER.
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eacr89
eacr89
07 February 2016
The blue background on icon when clicking on it is annoying. It would be great if someone could fix that

I'm tired of looking for an alternative with no luck.

:(
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polocanada
05 October 2014
More info http://www.ghacks.net/2014/07/21/gmail-starts-block-less-secure-apps-enable-access/ Actually I did find out why it doesn't work anymore. It's because Google switched to Auth 2.0 this summer. So you can enable "less secure" access to your Gmail (which means effectively continue to use the old method).. or you need to look for different application. Selecting 2nd sign-in and application password is same as old method. But if you need to stick with an older app and you can't access account, you have no choice but going back with the old method.
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Version 2.1.6
Grandduc
21 August 2014
Notify is incredibly well thought out and feature rich. You can even see (not just read) each message within the app., interact with it, and delete it without opening it in Gmail. If you are on SL or Lion, get it while you can. There is still a registering file available (see my comment below).
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Version 2.1.6
2 answer(s)
Techboy
Techboy
26 August 2014
I was interested in trying this since it's supposed to be compatible with Google Apps, but it won't connect to any of my App accounts, only my personal Gmail account. Is there a trick I'm missing?
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Grandduc
Grandduc
27 August 2014
Techboy,
I haven't tried this. I was just looking for a replacement for Gee, apparently disabled from Google's side, and delighted to find something better which still works, and works better.
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Lvdoc
12 March 2013
I just found Mail Call on the App Store. You can also find it here: http://www.macupdate.com/app/mac/46500/mail-call If you like Notify, this is the closest you're going to get to replacing it. It works pretty well, and the developer replied to an inquiry I had very promptly.
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Version 2.1.6
megadice
25 November 2012
LOVE Notify. Sad to see that it is gone. I had it on two machines, and upgraded to pro when the developer made it free to do so. Now one machine has been completely reformatted and I can't unlock it anymore... anyone know if the licence is archived anywhere? or if I can get the licence or information from my one computer that still has a 'good' copy? Thanks in advance! J
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Version 2.1.6
4 answer(s)
bbbc
bbbc
03 December 2012
Search Google for License.notify.zip to find it. MacUpdate should offer the license as an additional download since the author abandoned the project and gave this license file away for free.
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Lvdoc
Lvdoc
25 January 2013
https://anonfiles.com/file/6bdc702e9f055dcc744b7110a620f1f6
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Rofra
Rofra
26 May 2013
Agree that it is a pity that is is no longer supported. But since i installed OS X 10.8, it works absolutely flawless (again). To early to dump :-)
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Grandduc
Grandduc
20 August 2014
http://cl.ly/040e1U3e1i103n0M0p1O
Drag file unto Notify register window.
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Nmege
09 October 2012
Terrific, discreet interface, and very fast & efficient piece of software, my dream of an app come true. It strikes me as a utility Apple should have provided as soon as MacOS X came out. BTW the site is down (certificate problem and i won't take the risk) I would be grateful if someone could point me to where Notify stores its prefs? I would like to use it on several machines.
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Version 2.1.6
1 answer(s)
Nmege
Nmege
27 October 2012
Very Sad Update: now that the trial period is over, i can't use notify anymore as the page it takes you to to register is 404. Same for the "trick" the developer refers to above, stored on a 404 page :((
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Shane-Smith
27 October 2011
What the hell! This is the second piece of software I've purchased that has been discontinued. If your going to abandon the project at least give the code out so someone can continue the work.
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Version 2.1.6
Beerlington
26 July 2011
Works really well for 10.6 and below. Lion support is just ok. It's functional but a little unstable.
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Version 2.1.6
1 answer(s)
Rofra
Rofra
08 November 2011
If you want to be notified for both Gmail- and IMAP-accounts, this still is the best app in spite of the instability under Lion. So I still use it and haven't found a good replacement yet. Just to bad that this software has been discontinued!
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App requirements: 
  • Intel 32
  • PPC 32
  • Mac OS X 10.5.8 or later
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