The Iconfactory is now shipping iPulse for OS X users. Developed by Craig Hockenberry, iPulse is a utility designed for the monitoring of a systemis current activity. The app features customizable gauges and support for several areas including memory usage and network activity. According to The Iconfactory:
The Iconfactory is pleased to take the wraps off of a new OS X system utility, developed by Craig Hockenberry.
iPulse is a system monitoring application that lets you peek at the inner workings of Mac OS X through a clever and visually compact user interface. Using iPulseis customizable gauges, users can monitor system activity such as CPU and memory usage, free disk space, network activity and more. However, unlike other OS X monitoring apps, iPulse takes up minimal screen real estate, and does so with a unique, informative and visually pleasing user interface.
You can find more information about the iPulse release at the The Iconfactory Web site. iPulse is available for US$9.95.