Version: 2.0 || Release Date: 2012-09-19 || License: BSD License Developer: The Growl Project | App Owner: the_tick

Notification system for OS X apps.

Growl is a notification system that allows any application to send it a notification, and then it displays it. You can (for example) be notified that you have new email, or that a download completed, etc.

Support for Applescript, Perl, Python, TCL, Cocoa, Carbon, Ruby and more being added.

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62 Opinions

I'd like to have more control over how long the notifications stay on your screen, and whether they require a click or just a mouseover to dismiss them.

Uninstalling solved the problem to my previous issue. I was just afraid it'd lose the preferences for my Growl-able apps. Scheme and applications were intact upon uninstall and install of 1.1.1, though.

Do I need to uninstall first in order to upgrade to 1.1.1? I've downloaded and installed 1.1.1, but it still says I'm using 0.7.6.

There are two apps that Apple should have come up with: Growl and Quicksilver. It would be great if they actually bought Growl and included it in the next OS release! (No chance for QS I guess, since Apple thinks they have that functionality in Spotlight - altough they don't.)

Download it already! XD

This app is one of the things that make you proud of using a Mac and makes the people that are still stuck with Windows cry from envy.

This is a must have. It is one of the applications that reminds why you switched to the Mac.

Application Still in 0.7.6 for me too.

Application Still in 0.7.6 version NOT IN 0.76

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