Mac: The menu bar is a great place to store tiny bits of information, whether that's weather, a calendar, current IP address, or what's currently playing on Spotify. BitBar allows you to create your own little menu bar information icons, no coding required. At its core, BitBar is the backbone to create informative little menu bar apps using scripts, programs, or command line tools. While you can build your own, BitBar supports plug-ins that cover just about everything an average Mac user would need. With plug-ins, you can add little informative menu bar items that show info ranging from battery percentage on a mouse to basic task reminders. It's a handy way to easily add functionality without running anything too resource heavy.
BitBar Stuffs All Kinds Of Customisable Info In Your Mac's Menu Bar
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