PeakHour review: Save yourself from the headaches of network troubleshooting
This menu bar utility taps router statistics and monitors Internet lag in addition to reporting Mac-based network activity.
- Inexpensive bandwidth tracking
- You can track data entering and leaving your Mac
- Information is presented in a menu and via graphs and other visual and numeric displays
- Requires macOS 10.10 or later
PeakHour offers incredible bandwidth tracking at an absurdly low price for the household and small-business network administrator. Many of us have been volunteered into that position by our families or employers, and we sometimes invest hours of troubleshooting problems that would be easily resolved if we had the proper data and more of it.
Price$ 7.99 (AUD)
Price when reviewed
US4.99 / AU$7.99 at Mac App Store
PeakHour offers incredible bandwidth tracking at an absurdly low price for the household and small-business network administrator. Many of us have been volunteered into that position by our families or employers, and we sometimes invest hours of troubleshooting problems that would be easily resolved if we had the proper data—and more of it.
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