shadowIP 2.1

shadowIP is a multiple IP address monitoring utility that displays your IP.
2.1 (See all)

shadowIP is a multiple IP address monitoring utility that displays your IP addresses on either your desktop or as a status menu item.shadowIP can be customized to display all IP addresses of your Mac, or only the one you need.

The power of shadowIP lies in its simplicity and straightforwardness. shadowIP can operate in Faceless Mode, meaning it won't show up in your dock. shadowIP displays your IP addresses on either your desktop or in the status menu area of your Mac OS X system.

shadowIP runs perfectly without the need of configuration, but you may however customize its performance and interface any way you might see fit. Setting display typefaces, text and window colors, text alignment and different IP selections are just a few of shadowIP's customizable features. shadowIP is always there when you need it, and never in your way.

Start using shadowIP and you will soon discover how easy it makes living and working in a multi network environment. It's the perfect solution for a class full of Macs or an office environment with different ethernet and AirPort networks. Even the occasional home user can benefit from shadowIP's operation.

shadowIP displays all your IP addresses (localhost address, ethernet address, AirPort address and any other you might have) as shadowed text on the desktop. You can freely move the display around, change colors and add a window background if you so please. But if you think that this small footstep still takes up too much of your precious screen space, shadowIP offer the option to place a small menu item into Mac OS X's status menu – the part of your menu bar that hosts monitor, sound, AirPort and iChat settings.

shadowIP can monitor all your IP addresses, or just selected ones, so you can always se with just a glance when your IP address changes, which can be very helpfull if your ISP changes your IP very often and you happen to run your Mac as a server occasionally. shadowIP even has an InternetIP feature, which shows you how websites and others on the net can identify or see you as.

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