Notifi adds 8 useful notifications to Mountain Lion's Notification system.
Device added/removed notifications - notification when usb drive, external disk drive or other mountable devices are mounted or ejected, together with free, used and total disk space information.
Disk space remaining notifications - notification when specified % of disk space remaining is reached.
File notifications - notification when files of a folder are created, modified or deleted.
Battery notifications - notification when laptop battery reaches a given % remaining. Notification when power source changes.
Time notifications - notification at a specified time of the day, every x number of minutes or hourly, together with custom notification text. Countdown can optionally be displayed in the status bar.
DEVICE ADDED/REMOVED NOTIFICATIONS
When you connect a USB drive or external hard disk, Notifi tells you when it's ready to use together with additional information:
· Free disk space
· Used disk space
· Total disk space
Notifi also tells you when an ejected device is safe to remove.
DISK SPACE REMAINING NOTIFICATIONS
Notifi can send you a notification as soon as a device only has a certain amount of space left (as a percentage), ensuring that don't run out of disk space without being warned.
Notifi can send you a notification when when files of a specific folder are created, modified or deleted (note: notifications of changes in sub-folders are not sent).
Notifi can send you a notification when your laptop's battery only has a specified percentage of battery remaining, ensuring you don't get caught short of power. It can also notify you when the power source changes.
Notifi can send you a notification every day at a specific time with a custom message, ensuring that you remember to go home after a hard days work.
Notifi can also send you a notification every x number of minutes (within a specified time range) with a custom message, reminding you to stretch your legs or rest your eyes.
Notifi can also send you an hourly notification, on the hour every hour (within a specified time range), emulating the hourly chime feature of a watch.
Notifi can display a countdown of a time notification in the status bar.
Time notifications can optionally be displayed for selected days of the week.
An option exists to disable notifications when an app is in fullscreen mode.
Optionally notifications can also be spoken or trigger a sound.
To change Notifi's preferences. Click the inbox icon that sits in the menu bar near to the volume icon.
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* New Feature: Power source change notifications
* New Feature: Option to display countdown of timers next to status bar icon
* New Feature: Hourly notification can now include a text message
* New Feature: Time based notifications can now be enabled for specific days of the week
* New Feature: Option to disable notification when an app is in full-screen mode
* New Feature: Additional "Every day at" time notification
* New Feature: Option to speak a notification or play a sound
* New Feature: Free space notification now include a Preferences button
* New Feature: Improved notifications of file changes
Ratings and Reviews
There’s a limit to the number of drives you can monitor. “Open at Login” doesn’t work, I just added it manually. Wish it would ignore the “Recovery HD” disconnects/reconnects, which it pops up with this multiple times per day. I mainly just use it to monitor disk space.
Single Battery Notification
Only offers a single notification (a reminder to charge) at a given percentage. There is no option to add further notifications (e.g. when to unplug).
I had used growl forever, but when I made the move to Mountain Lion it seemed like the notification center it was duplicating most of what I needed, except drive ejection messages. Notifi fills that need, as well a couple of other handy features like dive size and file change monitoring.
Notifi is one of those apps that only does a few things, but does exactly what I need it to do and does it well. The price made it a no-brainer.
Nice job, guys.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.