SSDReporter
SSDReporter
1.5.6

4.3

SSDReporter free download for Mac

SSDReporter1.5.6

18 June 2020

Health-check for solid-state drives.

Overview

SSDReporter is an application that checks the health of your internal solid state drives ("SSD" aka "Flash Storage"). Since SSDs have a limited life-time determined by the number of write operations, it is important to keep an eye on your SSD status. SSDReporter can warn you by e-mail or on-screen each time the health of your SSD decreases and/or when the health falls below the 'warning' or 'error' thresholds. The current status of your SSDs is also always easily recognizable because SSDReporter changes its icon (optionally in the menubar) from green to yellow (warning threshold) and finally red (error threshold) as the SSD health decreases. Note that only 'internal' SSDs are supported, disks connected via USB/FireWire/Thunderbolt/etc do not work with SSDReporter. Also there is a list of incompatible SSDs; please check our website for compatibility.

What's new in SSDReporter

Version 1.5.6:
  • Improved compatibility with Kingspec SSDs
  • Improved compatibility with ADATA SSDs

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How would you rate SSDReporter app?

13 Reviews of SSDReporter

5
jozpy1
20 July 2018
Version: 1.5.0

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very good app helping you predict when your ssd drive needs a replacement
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jozpy1
20 July 2018
Version: 1.5.0
very good app helping you predict when your ssd drive needs a replacement
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5
SALAMA Youssef
24 May 2018
Version: 1.5.0
At the beginning I had problems with my macbook pro 13 mid 2012 which I had changed the HDD by a new SSD. This app might as well have saved my laptop. I got this app just to see if my Flash Storage was actually suffering. It turns out that it was at 20% and that I needed to get it checked. This app saved me a lot of money. I highly recommend this app for the sake of your computer.
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4.5
HansMueller4641
11 March 2018
Version: 1.5.0
version 1.5 finally supports the SSD in my new MacBook
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frans-3
08 May 2017
Version: 1.0.17
DriveDX give me a health for my iMac SSD (part of Fusiondrive) of 90%, SSD reporter however gives me a health of 81%! How can this be???
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TCalhau
30 December 2016
Version: 1.0.14
I would like to buy this Software but unfortunately it does not recognize the SSD of the new MacBook Pro 2016 See: https://cl.ly/ibXP/Picture_1_-_Failure_with_MacBook_Pro_2016.png https://cl.ly/ibCj/Picture_2_-_Failure_with_MacBook_Pro_2016.png
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mrsidoric
08 December 2016
Version: 1.0.14
DriveDX is a far better product if you wish to monitor and diagnose drive health. The developer tracks all makes of SSD and HDD and maintains a precise database so warning thresholds are pinpoint accurate, even on latest products. I've been using over three years, and extremely pleased with DriveDX. Highly recommended - best in class.
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RogerKatz
19 June 2016
Version: 1.0.10
The current version is 1.10.11
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B-Jefferson-Le-Blanc
12 April 2016
Version: 1.0.9
I tried this again. It seems to work better—this time, at least, it checked the SSD in my Fusion Drive. But it reported it at 87%, below warning threshold. I'm still not sure the results are reliable, though. Disk Utility and Disk Warrior report no issues with the SSD.
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micahkelias
13 January 2016
Version: 1.0.6
This app might as well have saved my laptop. I got this app just to see if my Flash Storage was actually suffering. It turns out that it was at 15% and that I needed to get it checked. This app saved me a lot of money. I highly recommend this app for the sake of your computer.
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5
hello-41
01 October 2015
Version: 1.0.4
nice tool! my last SSD degraded without any warnings runs without issues on my MacBook
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hwgray
02 July 2015
Version: 1.0.4
SSDReporter sees only the Fusion drive of my 27" iMac, dev/disk0, and reports that, at 186, the drive is *already* below - shouldn't that be "above"? - the WARNING threshold of 100, with a Health reading of only 86%, even though my machine is barely six months old! Either I'm misunderstanding what SSDR is telling me or Fusion, and SSD's in general, are rip-offs. I assume that it's the former: I'm too unhip to be down with the SSD and everything is really all right.
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B-Jefferson-Le-Blanc
12 May 2015
Version: 1.0.1
I tried the demo. It apparently reported on the SSD in the Fusion drive of my 27" iMac, dev/disk0; and on dev/disk3, both on my internal hard drive; and on an SSD on an external drive – that doesn't have an SSD. In other words, for one SSD I got three reports with different results. Because the results are ambiguous and confusing and obviously inaccurate for the second, non-existant SSD and the third on the external HDD, those results cannot be relied on. This may be a useful app if the developer can make it more dependable, but until then it's probably worse than useless.
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BradMacPro
09 May 2015
Version: 1.0.0
Does not see my OWC Mercury Accelsior PCIe SSD and seems to think my HDDs are SSDs. Your experience may be better. Good idea in general.
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