Stock Menulet


Current Version: 10.5

Last Updated: 4 years ago

Download Size: 222.2 KB - Download


Stock Menulet is a menu bar app that monitors stock prices and news. Its focus on news and commentary distinguishes Stock Menulet from any other stock ticker. The program shows not only news feeds from financial websites, but also streams of commentary from social media and microblogging sites.

The font color indicates whether a price is increasing (green) or decreasing (red). Any number of stocks can be monitored, and all prices and relevant news items are displayed together in a drop-down menu.

We created this simple application after an exhaustive search failed to turn up a program we liked. It is dead simple to use: (i) download, (ii) run, (iii) click to change or add ticker symbols. The application monitors the rate of price change and alters its update frequency accordingly, so you don't miss a beat.


Release Notes:

Fixes a bug that prevented download of price information for the Dow Jones Industrial Average. Fixes a bug that prevented functioning of the application under Lion.


Most Helpful Reviews

Version 10.3
Review by Hizzle4izzle

Genius - So simple but powerful- could use other features such as the time of tweet or news article published

Found helpful by 3 out of 4 people
Version 10.3
Review by Robert Galbiati

DO NOT BUY IF YOU HAVE LION…. APP WILL NOT LAUNCH.. - apparently i should have read the other reviews before purchasing this app. it obviously does not work with lion. that being said, i either want my money back, or an update immediately….

Found helpful by 9 out of 9 people

More Reviews for Current Version

Version 10.5
Review by rickghome

avoid this app - What I wanted? I a tiny menu app that showed stock prices. What I got with thia app? Ad-ware, that occasionally shows stock prices. Avoid this app.

Found helpful by 3 out of 4 people
Version 10.5
Review by brazilianphysicist

Awfully long text, annoying advertisement even for paid app! - The ticker data takes over half of my menu bar with a bunch of unnecessary digits and info (e.g. "GOOG: 123.1234, +1.12(1.12%)") and there's an annoying message that keeps coming up asking to get the newest version from their website but you go there and it's PAID -- even though you already paid for it here... (That's gotta violate some Apple policy?)

Found helpful by 1 out of 1 people