Developer: Onne Gorter

Current Version: 3.3.0

Last Updated: 2 years ago

Download Size: 883.3 KB - Download


AntiRSI is a program for Mac OS X that helps prevent RSI (repetitive strain injury) and other computer related stress. It does so by forcing you to take regular breaks, yet without getting in the way. It also detects natural breaks so it won't force too many breaks on you.


This is an evolved version from the still free 2.1 version (available here:


* AntiRSI can be removed from the Dock and appear in the menu bar.

* Break windows appear on all connected displays.

* Larger break window, screens are no longer 17 inch.

* Possibility to disable micro pause or work breaks.

* Improved compatibility with media players.

* A natural break window (experimental). Helps with reading a lot from the the computer screen. (Feedback appreciated.)


AntiRSI is a reminder tool that can be helpful, but it is not a medical device. If you experience problems, please consult a doctor.


Release Notes:

* new icon
* fix launch issues for some people


Most Helpful Reviews

Version 3.0.2
Review by ChrisLSD123

Keeps the pain at bay - I recommend this app to everyone I know who struggles with wrist or hand pain from using the computer. Personally, I've been using the older free version of this app for months now and it has been instrumental in reducing my pain. I'm happy I got the chance to support the developer here on the App Store.

Found helpful by 1 out of 1 people
Version 3.0.2
Review by Trustin Lee

Doesn't work well with multiple displays - MacBook Pro w/ Lion. I often attach/detach my MacBook to/from an external monitor. AntiRSI often doesn't show the break window until I terminate & restart it.

Found helpful by 5 out of 5 people

More Reviews for Current Version

Version 3.3.0
Review by rf1520

Great for more than RSI - I spend all day at the computer, and I use this app as a reminder to take the short breaks I need to keep my head clear. Usually I set it at 3 minutes once an hour, but when I have a particularly tedious task, I'll shorten it to avoid glazing over. It helps me keep my productivity up and stress levels down.

Found helpful by 0 out of 0 people