NetUse 1.2.1 is out

NetUse 1.2.1 is finally here.

We believe in delivering the best user experience in our products, we have taken in all the suggestions and released an amazing update with full MacOS Lion support, greatly enhanced hardware supports, redesigned and improved configuration wizard, full SNMP support including versions 1, 2c, 3 and new improved user interface. The SNMP test utility is updated as well and it uses exactly the same SNMP routines as NetUse to allow safely and freely to test your setup ensuring it will work before one buys the app. Check out NetUse and start tracking your Internet usage and save your money.

And one more thing. If you have any questions or need any help configuring NetUse please just drop us a line. Don’t forget to check out our FAQ. Want to know how NetUse works? Here is a post explaining in details what’s going on “under the hood”


  1. Paul says:

    Looks great guys, the ability to collapse the icon-bar to shrink the window is a nice addition. Also appreciate the updated graph — makes it a lot easier to see if my kids are on-the-air after midnight

    Now that I’m into my second month of use, my last-month data has “aged out”. Any chance we could keep historical data in the database for comparison month-to-month? The daily totals might be enough, with the ability to pop up a graph of a selected range of dates.

  2. GrAnD says:

    We plan to include in near future “custom date range” filters which you can store and organize the way you want. Also one of features we plan for release is a dock and menu bar icons with live usage stats.

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