My IP
My IP
2.4.2

0.5

My IP free download for Mac

My IP

2.4.2
02 August 2019

Find your public IP.

Overview

My IP is a utility to display your public IP address (different from your IP address inside your LAN). It offers a simple and intuitive interface, fast use, and the option to work with 4 different servers to show your public IP address. It can optionally display your IP in the menu bar also when in background and log the IP changes on disk. The log can be freshed at any time.

Features
  • Fast and easy to use
  • Useful to know your public IP address behind a modem router with a shared IP
  • Able to show your public IP where usually system utility fails showing just your LAN IP
  • Instant result available at launch
  • Can use 4 different servers to calculate your public IP
  • Can log the IP and its changes on a log on disk
  • Can optionally display in the menu bar the current Ip also when in background
  • Copy the IP from within other applications from the menu bar.
  • Includes embedded PDF User Guide
  • Has a similar native version for the iPhone , 'My Public IP' available on iTunes

What's new in My IP

Version 2.4.2:
  • Minor bug fixes
  • Minor improvements

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8 My IP Reviews

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Theguy
07 April 2011

Most helpful

Or go to whatismyip.com in Safari for free. Sheesh. I knew the Mac App Store would turn in to a free for all of nearly useless apps begging for your .99 contribution. That's why I love my iPhone's inability to install non-Apple approved software.
Like (8)
Version 1.0
bushnest
02 September 2014
Instead of getting some clunky-ass app, just type 'curl ifconfig.me' in the terminal.
Like (1)
Version 2.0.1
Macfool
15 February 2014
In Google enter IP - hit return.
Like (1)
Version 2.0.1
Robbe
15 February 2014
Thank you very much. All this comments as usually to try to divert people simply to others products or service on the net or even on other OS. It is amusing. You can't post an application on MacUpdate without having immediately other come to suggest 'Don't get this, get that one, it's free !!!!' Why not accept that there is a solution that people may like and maybe it is not the one you push? My IP has a lot of features that all your 'free solution' don't have. Mac users like quality, coherence and refined products that work. This is the reason they purchased a Mac. Freetards will never understand it. Thank you to all the true Mac users that appreciate the product. (The developer)
Like (2)
Version 2.0.1
@timi
23 May 2013
http://whatismyip.com
Like (5)
Version 1.2.1
Just-Fred
14 December 2012
The beauty of the free enterprise system is that it allows anyone the freedom to create a product - no matter how simple or useless it may appear to be - and ask others to pay for it. The marketplace determines the success or failure of such products. Me? I don't need it because I use other means if I have to find my public IP address. But others may like it and will spend the $.99. Caveat Emptor
Like (1)
Version 1.2
Jazzyguy
13 December 2012
This is so typical of the app store. They are there to make money and don't give 2 cents whether something is of value or not.
Like (5)
Version 1.2
Macnews
16 April 2012
I can't believe this is being sold, even if for $1.00. You should look at the alternatives before doing putting the product on the market. Bwanadik (http://www.macupdate.com/app/mac/16607/bwanadik) has been free for years, is noninvasive and more feature-complete. I haven't tried it in Lion or Mountain Lion, but don't really see any hurdles to it working in either.
Like (4)
Version 1.1
3 answer(s)
Tension Software
Tension Software
17 April 2012
I can't believe that any product we put on sale there is someone that says that there is a better and free alternative and suggest all to go elsewhere. Often there are also people that suggest to the users to do not buy because with the free Xcode they can realize the software for themselves, all for free without spending a dollar, they just need to code a bit.
Like (1)
X-User
X-User
14 December 2012
Hmmm...Before to go to Appstore to buy this app please try: Type "what's my ip address" directly into the address bar of your web browser and you'll get your public IP address. Right there! on top of your search results is your public IP address. If you're lazy, you can just type "what ip" -- same result. For the laziest, just type just "ip" and get the same result. Note: My web browsers (Firefox and Safari) both have Google as the default search engine. This also works if you type "ip" directly into Google search then hit Return. Here's a bonus, this method does not require "Intel, 64-bit processor, OS X 10.7 or later" If you want to donate $0.99 to this developer, you still can.
Like (2)
X-User
X-User
14 December 2012
Forgot to mention… hit "Return" key after you type: "Whats my ip address" or "what ip" or "ip" (without the double quotes) to tell your web browser to GO!!
Like (2)
Theguy
07 April 2011
Or go to whatismyip.com in Safari for free. Sheesh. I knew the Mac App Store would turn in to a free for all of nearly useless apps begging for your .99 contribution. That's why I love my iPhone's inability to install non-Apple approved software.
Like (8)
Version 1.0
3 answer(s)
Mcyukon
Mcyukon
07 April 2011
Or if you cannot use a Browser for whatever reason paste this into the Terminal and hit enter. This can also be used with GeekTool for displaying the live IP on the desktop. echo "External IP: " `curl --silent http://checkip.dyndns.org | awk '{print $6}' | sed "s/\(.*\)\\/\1/"`
Like (5)
Mcyukon
Mcyukon
07 April 2011
Ah, I hate text stripping. Code here, https://gist.github.com/908790
Like (3)
Peteeckel
Peteeckel
07 April 2011
None of the two alternative services mentioned in the replies supports IPv6. http://ix.de/ip, for example, does.
Like (7)
$1.99

0.5

App requirements: 
  • Intel 64
  • OS X 10.10.0 or later
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