Sleep No More
Developer: Konstantin Pavlikhin
Current Version: 1.1.0
Last Updated: 4 years ago
Download Size: 801.7 KB - Download
A tiny menu bar application, that prevents your Mac from sleeping for a set amount of time.
Most Helpful Reviews
nice - great app, usefull
Doesn’t work - Wasted 2 dollars on this thinking that I could close the lid to my Macbook pro and it would still play itunes but it doesn’t work. Don’t waste your money.
More Reviews for Current Version
The app does not work as advertised - I've had at least 3 instances where the application fails to keep the computer awake. In all instances I configured iMovie to generate a movie which it stated would take 1 hour. I had configured the time duration to stay awake for 2 hours just to be safe. I left the macbook pro plugged into the power cord to more than 4 hours. After returning to my macBook, I discovered the laptop had definitely gone to sleep and iMovie still reported 1 hour remaining. I looked at the meter for the sleep no more app & it showed 2 hours. I was shocked & thought that I misconfigured something. So I repeated the test 2 more times as sure enough I had the same results. I'm not sure if it's a conflict with iMovie, but it's a repeatable issue.
postpone sleep computer only option not available. - Cant seem to find support page, eitherway wanted to postpone sleep computer only and not postpone display sleep, however if i do that i cant prevent computer from sleeping. Please fix this bug Thanks. otherwise great app :)
MISLEADING - I bought this app to prevent my laptop from sleeping when it was closed, which it will not do. Otherwise, have a good day!
Needs an indefinate option - 24 hours is the longest that you can select it to keep your computer from sleeping. I travel and wtihout an indefinate selection it will sleep and thus disconnect all my nas drives.
Does not work for use with media streaming - Yes, it prevents your mac from sleeping, but that's it. On a Macbook pro, with the lid closed, media will not stream to wireless devices. (airport express, apple TV, xBox, ROKU, etc.) Connected monitors ( I use an apple 27") will not display video. So, while the machine is technically not asleep, it remains non-functional.