Mouse Distance Measurer
Mouse Distance Measurer
9.0

2.4

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Mouse Distance Measurer free download for Mac

Mouse Distance Measurer9.0

02 April 2020

Measure the distance your mouse travels.

Overview

Mouse Distance Measurer can tell you the distance your mouse travels every day, every week, every year. It's incredible! You could go around the world, really! You want to see it? You want to measure how much your mouse travels? Then Mouse Distance Measurer is what you need!

  • It measures and displays the distance covered by your mouse in the right side of the menu bar.
  • You can configure your screen dimensions to be as much accurate as possible.
  • You can choose to display distances in meters or in feet.
  • It remembers the last distance covered at launch.
  • You can reset the distance covered to zero at any time.
  • It doesn't need any installation which makes it very easy to use.
  • It is available in Dutch, English, French, German, Italian, Polish, Russian, Spanish, and many other languages.

What's new in Mouse Distance Measurer

Version 9.0:
  • A major rework and a full recompilation have been made as 64-bit Application to be compatible with Catalina

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How would you rate Mouse Distance Measurer app?

14 Reviews of Mouse Distance Measurer

Zvigo
18 May 2009
Version: 4.1

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Let's see now, the addition of Russian and Spanish localizations enable this developer to post this overpriced POS as an updated version, Good thinking, dude..... a way to get extra exposure on MacUpdate. Not that the extra exposure is gonna engender buying interest. Not that anyone in their right mind would want to buy Mouse Distance Measurer, and at$20 no less. Does anyone really give a rat's pizzle how far their mouse travels? Is anyone willing to pay $20 to find out?
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artie505
03 April 2020
Version: 9.0
Repeat: Old thieves never die; they just come back to rob you again. EVERY AplhaOmega product is poorly written, overpriced, and available elsewhere with more and better functionality and for free...often within the OS, itself. Buyer beware, even at this new, lower price.
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artie505
29 May 2018
Version: 8.1
Old thieves never die; they just come back to rob you again. EVERY AplhaOmega product is poorly written, overpriced, and available elsewhere with more and better functionality and for free...often within the OS, itself. Buyer beware!
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artie505
18 November 2016
Version: 8.0
Repeating my 2014 comment in 2016... Every once in a while, these thieves crawl out from under their rock and try to take advantage of Mac novices with often useless, but always poorly constructed and overpriced garbage. DON'T BE A SUCKER!!!
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artie505
24 June 2014
Version: 6.2
Every once in a while, these thieves crawl out from under their rock and try to take advantage of Mac novices with often useless, but always poorly constructed and overpriced garbage. DON'T BE A SUCKER!!!
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Zvigo
18 May 2009
Version: 4.1
Let's see now, the addition of Russian and Spanish localizations enable this developer to post this overpriced POS as an updated version, Good thinking, dude..... a way to get extra exposure on MacUpdate. Not that the extra exposure is gonna engender buying interest. Not that anyone in their right mind would want to buy Mouse Distance Measurer, and at$20 no less. Does anyone really give a rat's pizzle how far their mouse travels? Is anyone willing to pay $20 to find out?
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8oo8
30 April 2007
Version: 3.1
15 Euros(20 Dollars US) for THIS??!!! OMG!!!!! FOR WHAT??? It's a very simple app of very limited use, and of no value whatsoever to most folks..............this commenter now schleps off into the morning sun in utter amazement and disbelief.
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Anonymous
12 May 2005
Version: 2.9
This is a great app for what it does. Actually has a practical use as a way to demonstrate to others (like a company) how much mouse activity you have compared to others. Documenting the source of your repetitive stress injuries can be worth a whole lot more than $5 in the long run. Justify your company charge of a $120 trackball or the purchase of more ergonomic furniture ... who knows. It does what it says and does it well. Griping about $5 for X hours of a programmer's time is just unfair if that's your only criticism. Keep encouraging developers for their work!
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2.25
Anonymous
12 May 2005
Version: 2.9
Great app...for me to poop on! Too much money.
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Anonymous
05 March 2005
Version: 2.5
Dear god. It's a cute little toy and all, but upon launching it warned me that it'll disable itself if I don't pay for it. So I clicked through to their shop. FIFTEEN EUROS. For those of you who can't/won't figure the exchange out, that's currently 20 USD. That's the most absurd thing I've heard in my life.
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Anonymous
06 November 2003
Version: 2.0
It would be fine... If it was free... But it's not... SO IT SUCKS!
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3.25
Anonymous
01 October 2003
Version: 2.0
What a bunch of nimrods! It does EXACTLY what it claims to: tell you how far your mouse has moved. It's not rocket science. It's not even a measuring tool. It's a silly little whatsit to satisfy the curiosity of those who wonder how much mileage their mouse has covered. It's goal is so small that it can't help but do an excellent job! Now CHARGING for it is another matter. There's absolutely no reason to pay for this! I wouldn't have picked a microslough mouse as icon either, but since i use one, i won't complain.
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153957
21 September 2003
Version: 2.0
1 not worth money 2 lame 3 not needed at all,e ven if it was free AND, WHY THE F*** A MICROSOFT MOUSE AS ICON??
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asmeurer-1
21 September 2003
Version: 2.0
This thing doesn't even do what the developer claims it can do. I don't see any way to measure the distance in a week, or a year. What, am I supposed to wait a year to find that out? I thought that it would predict that amount. Seriously, why do people make this kind of software and then charge for it?
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2.25
Anonymous
19 September 2003
Version: 1.9
This is rediculous. I wanted something that would measure something in pixels, and this only uses inches and centimeters! Pixels can actually be used! And to add the fact that you have to pay for this! That's like having to pay for toilet paper in a public restroom!
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