Network Logger Pro
Network Logger Pro
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Network Logger Pro6.7

10 April 2020

Active network testing tool.

Overview

Network Logger Pro is an active network-testing tool for documenting outages of both your Internet connection and Web sites. It also produces charts and logs of URL speeds over long periods of time. You can export network performance graphs as PDFs and quickly show tech support what you are experiencing in a way that enables them to understand what's going on at a glance. Everyone we know who has shown Network Logger output to their service provider has had their problems solved immediately.

An optional speech synthesis feature announces when your Internet connection goes down and up which can be handy when you are working on your network in another room and saves you from walking back and forth to check your network status.

Features
  • Network outage log
  • Website outage logs
  • Website transmission speed graphs
  • Website response-time graphs
  • Export graphs as PDFs
  • Export logs as .log files
  • Save and resume sessions

What's new in Network Logger Pro

Version 6.7:

Offers In-App Purchases

Email Reports $19.99

Note: Now requires OS X 10.8 or later

  • Minor bug fixes

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How would you rate Network Logger Pro app?

2 Reviews of Network Logger Pro

Tbanger9
02 April 2012
Version: 2.0

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MacUpdate says it's free, but clicking download opens iTunes where I find out it's NOT free
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neartheredrocks
15 November 2012
Version: 2.0
Works as advertised (and much better than anything else that I have tried in this regard). I tried to run this from an older Mac mini and it did not work. I wrote an email to the developer and he sent me within 30 minutes a 32 bit version of the software that runs without problems on the Mac mini. That's just great. By the way: this software costs $2.99 on the App Store, not just 99 cents. Would be good to correct that here.
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Tbanger9
02 April 2012
Version: 2.0
MacUpdate says it's free, but clicking download opens iTunes where I find out it's NOT free
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