Network LED

Developer: Fangcheng Yin

Current Version: 1.4.1

Last Updated: 10 months ago

Download Size: 2.5 MB - Download


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Network LED is a very simple app with just green and red light indicator for internet status in the menu bar.

Green light in menu bar- mac is connected to the internet.

Red light in menu bar - mac is not connected to the internet.

Add a menu item "Flicker on status bar" to config whether flicker.

If "Flicker on status bar" is not checked, Network LED will not blink. It just stay in green or red to show the current network status to avoid disturbing.

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Release Notes:

add feature "open at login"


Most Helpful Reviews

Version 1.0
Review by Saxman20

Too good? - FINALLY, a simple solution to finding out if you're connected to the internet. My only minor disappointment is that it works a little TOO WELL, it will show a disconnected color for a brief instance, almost like a 'flicker', presumably when the internet connection is opening and closing sessions with webpages. I LIKE the FLICKER, it lets me know things are happening, but I wish it just wasn't the SAME COLOR as 'disconnected.' Perhaps a Green/Yellow/Red model would work better, with Yellow indicating that sessions are opening and closing, but Red when it's been too long without connection (i.e. Disconnection)? Also, keep refining the logo design (sorry, couldn't help myself). Thank you for this!

Found helpful by 4 out of 4 people

More Reviews for Current Version

Version 1.4.1
Review by Peterjhill

If you are on a flakey VPN or ISP connection, it is great - My corporate VPN is very flakey.. this little app has helped save my sanity. The Cisco VPN software takes a while to realize that it is not working and that the tunnel is down. The little Network LED figures out things are bad right away, saving me from guessing. (worth $2, probably not $10)

Found helpful by 0 out of 0 people