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Wednesday, June 1, 2011

System Monitor updates

The System Monitor application has been updated with some great new features thanks to Skip Morrow. Skip stepped up and took on the project and has quickly added some nice new features including:

  • Server Monitor - lets you monitor any address/port, similar to the Ping monitor but with more flexibility
  • Event Log keyword filtering - restrict alerts to only those events that you really want to know about
  • USB keyword filtering - keeps you from getting multiple notifications about the same event and lets you filter only the events you care about

Download System Monitor (Installer)

Download System Monitor (Zip)

You can read more about what else System Monitor does and how it works with Growl here.

Friday, March 18, 2011

Toasty support added to Snarl

Snarl newest version (2.4) is just about out and I just got word that they are adding in support for forwarding notifications to Windows Phone via Toasty. Check out the announcement in the link below - now you have no excuse not to know what is going on no matter where you are regardless of if you use Snarl or Growl for Windows. Nice job, guys!

Things are getting Toasty

Monday, October 18, 2010

Toasty - Notifications for Windows Phone 7

Getting notifications from all of your favorite apps via Growl for Windows is great when you are at your desk. And with plugins for Prowl, Howl, Boxcar, and Notifo, getting those same notifications on your iPhone is a breeze as well.

Well, today I am happy to announce that that same great ability is now available for the new Windows Phone 7 as well. Toasty lets you receive push notifications on your Windows Phone 7 device while you are on the go. Some of the key features are:

  • receive push notifications even when the app is not running
  • live tile updates show you how many notifications you have missed
  • icons for all notifications for quick recognition at a glance
  • notifications are stored locally so you can search and view them even when offline

Here is a short (silent) demo of Toasty in action:

Growl for Windows v2.0.5 is being released today as well and has built-in support for forwarding to Toasty. Toasty also has an API so you can send notifications directly to your device if that is your thing.

If you have the Zune software (v4.7) installed, click the button below to read more about Toasty, or just search for 'toasty' on in the WP7 Marketplace.

Toasty is available in the Windows Phone 7 Marketplace now. Lucky European readers can buy devices starting on Thursday and those of use in the US can get in on the action starting Nov. 8th.

As always, I would love your feedback to help improve the app. I am working on getting a more appropriate support forum set up, but if you try it out, you can post up your thoughts here for now.

Thanks for supporting Growl for Windows and helping make it the best it can be.