NetUse 1.3.2 and MacOS Mavericks compatibility issue

We’re all very exited about new Mavericks. I think it’s just awesome. However  NetUse (version 1.3.2) is acting up under new Mac OS release. The root of the problem is in Apple’s App Nap technology introduced in Mavericks. It power downs the apps while they not actively in use by a user, for most apps it’s not a problem, however NetUse needs to work constantly even when it’s in a background to gather traffic usage stats. As a workaround you can disable App Nap for NetUse. To do so, right click on the app and then do a Get Info with the app highlighted.  From...

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gotta smoke? - we can help quiting smoking

We have some exciting news not exactly related to NetUse. One of our teammates is a smoker. He has been trying to leave this nasty habit behind for quite some time now and we’ve decided to support his quest by making a small Christmas gift for him - a helper iPhone app which we called “Gotta Smoke?”. The app uses special addiction evaluation algorithms and statistical analyses to determine your regular, everyday, smoking habits, creates and assists you in following a quitting smoking routine. A break smoking program is customized to your unique smoking habits and...

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NetUse 1.0 and an interface change problem

We’ve overlooked a small issue in current version of NetUse: Once you select an interface in configuration wizard and later on decide to change it NetUse won’t let you unless restarted. We’ve already addressed this and an update has been submitted to Apple for review and approval. While the update is on its way and you need to change a network interface, please restart NetUse. I apologize for the inconvenience. The above mentioned issue is resolved staring with NetUse version 1.1.0.

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