By Harold Chu
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iiUsage is an usage meter for iiNet users. iiNet is the second largest Internet service provider in Australia. The app shows your internet usage in the menubar.
What's New in Version 4.1
• New look menu.
• Copy IP Address to clipboard.
• Removed web space usage because of security concerns.
Does what it says on the box for OS 10.6.8, will see how it goes after I upgrade.
I wanted to use it so my kids could see how much bandwith they are using. It does that fine however if they choose to look at the iiNet toolbox or Volume usage the pasword is on full display in the adddress bar. This is not a good thing for computer smart teens who are likely to play around with the settings!
It work great for me to see at a glance whats going on, but no good for other users because they can all see the iinet password!
This app works for 'Netspace' users as well...
I am a Netspace user and this app works well.
iiNet now own Netspace, so I bought this app being sure it would work and it does.
Just put in your Netspace user account email address, plus your password and this app will work for Netspace users.
Everything works, toolbox, volume usage, plus percentage used running in the menu bar.
It's a nice neat app, with a good price tag 99c
This app is ideal for iinet users. It resides in the menu bar so you can see at a glance what percentage of your allocation you have used. With a click you can access the iinet toolbox to check the numbers or modify your account without having to remember the pesky password!
- Category: Utilities
- Updated: 20 September 2012
- Version: 4.1
- Size: 1.2 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: Harold Chu
- © Harold Chu
Compatibility: OS X 10.6.6 or later