Version: 2.1.9 || Release Date: 2008-02-26 || License: Shareware (12.95) App Owner: ifgedeon

iPulse graphically displays the inner workings of Mac OS X on the desktop or in the dock. The entire user interface is completely configurable so you can turn off gauges you don't want, leaving only what you are interested in for easy viewing.

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6 Opinions

I like it. Its definitely a good resource monitor. the one thing i thought it lacked was a representation of network flow. i dont mean just in outs, like you set a threshold and when you go over that, some meter goes red or something. In the end, i ended up just using this for a pretty and skinnable battery and wireless strength monitor.

but still, a good resource monitor, out of all of the ones i have used (iStat nano, iStat, System Monitor, the menubar monitor one.....) ive tried quite a few. this is def a number 1.

Got a serial from MacHeist. The main window is pretty much indecipherable without rolling over the meters. Pretty, but I find it hard to parse; System Monitor will do for now.

Awesome application. The perfect combination of visually pleasing and dense functionality. I consider iPulse and LaunchBar my two "must have" applications on any OS X system. I'd be lost without them.

Absolutely fab app, if not just for the wireless & battery information breakdown it gives you. It packs alot into a very graphically appealing package. Make it part of your desktop candy and you won't be disappointed.