MacMost Now 370: Using Growl to Get Notifications

The free Mac OS X extension Growl allows some of your applications to send you screen and audible notifications when events occur, like incoming email or completed downloads. You can even pass these notifications on to your iPhone. Check it out to see if it is something you can use.

Comments: 4 Responses to “MacMost Now 370: Using Growl to Get Notifications”

    Carlos M
    10 years ago

    Hi Gary, growl mail doesnt work on my mac,since upgrading to snow leopard it has stopped working, is there a way to fix this?

      10 years ago

      They have some notes about this on the site. Look for the FAQ.

    Thomas B
    10 years ago

    I love getting Prowl on my iPod Touch. I know immediately that the five backups I run nightly have been successful or not.

    Mr Anthony Cotton
    7 years ago

    I installed Growl way back,and i didn`t notice any difference at all.
    I wondered what i was suppose to do. I went to the website,and read about.
    It was suppose to give you notification`s,and it said it runs quietly in the background. Nothing happened at all. So i scrapped it?

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