TG Pro (Temperature Gauge Pro) is a must-have utility for every Mac user with five awesome features:
- Check up on your Mac by viewing the current and maximum recorded temperatures for every sensor. Choose between Celsius or Fahrenheit.
- Tune the fan speeds so that your Mac can run cooler with the manual fan control. Or have the fans spin at maximum speed with Auto Boost when a specific temperature is hit.
- Use the status icon to quickly check all temperatures, fans and even control the speeds directly from the menu.
- Discover faulty fans and temperature sensors with the built-in diagnostics.
- Remotely monitor servers by having emails sent instead of local notifications.
Temperature Gauge Pro will also show a notification through the Notification Center or Growl when a temperature is hit or Auto Boost is enabled. Also, log all information to a CSV for graphing in an external app.
Supports all Macs, including the new Mac Pro 2013 model as well as all MacBook Pros (including Retina), iMacs, Mac Minis, MacBook Airs and older Mac Pros.
- Added support for 2018 MacBook Pros and iMac Pro. Due to the way the hardware handles fan control we had to make some changes (only when running on these models). Read more about it here
- Anonymous analytics were turned off by default for new installs, and they are now completely removed from the app. A win for privacy!
- If the last shutdown reason is unknown, the code will now be displayed in the diagnostics
- Added red ◆ symbol in the status menu if the Override System feature is enabled to help make it more obvious. Also added the same symbol in the main window as a button with a help popover when clicked
- Improved sensor naming for the Late 2016 w/ TouchBar 13" MBP (MacBookPro13,2) model
- Issue where some 13" MBP models would not display the message when the hardware turned off the fans
- Issue where the status icon width could change slightly causing other icons to shift
- Issue where emails with capital letters would not be allowed when submitting a support package
- Issue where is rare cases the update frequency could be set to zero seconds, causing a spike in CPU usage
- Updated Paddle to 3.0.39 to include their fixes (3rd party service used for licensing and activations)
OS X 10.7 or later, 64-bit processor