This application is, as its name says, a Mac utility that provides you with notifications about your WiFi connection. The program might prove to be of good use to people who wish to prevent their Macs from connecting to untrusted or unknown networks and monitor their WiFi status changes.
WiFi Notifications sits quietly on your Menu Bar from where you can access its comprehensive help guide and choose which type of WiFi info to display on your screen. The program uses a small amount of CPU resources and its icon can be removed from your Menu Bar if you wish to reclaim free space for other apps.
In my testing, the application worked flawlessly. The utility kept me informed about any WiFi signal change by displaying notifications whenever my Mac connected to an unknown network and the WiFi turned on or off.
Furthermore, this program also lets you know if the WiFi signal quality degrades or improves.
As a conclusion, I can't find any reason why you shouldn't install this app on your Mac, especially if you're connecting to WiFi networks often. The tool is simple to use, offers you accurate WiFi signal details, and is free to use for unlimited time.
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