The Menubar’s real estate is limited and capability is unpredictable at times. So, dear Mac user, I’m going give you yet another reason to add another useful app to the Menubar. Got Facebook? Almost one billion people worldwide are signed up to use Facebook.
Most Mac users bring up their Facebook account in a browser window. That solution is priced right, but there’s a better way. Menubar, meet MenuTab. Facebook has never looked better or easier or cheaper. MenuTab is free*.
Read the News Feed, post to a Wall, update your Profile page, create and upload photos to albums. MenuTab even features events and notifications and pokes and tags and likes, right from the Menubar.
Not bad for free, right? Facebook in the Mac’s overcrowded Menubar. Clean, neat, and full featured.
Almost. MenuTab has options which negate the free part of the app. Need a full on Desktop mode (like a standalone, non-Menubar app)? That costs more. Want to remove the ads that help make MenuTab free? That has a price tag. Want pop up notifications? Yep. That’s more, too.
Unlock all the bells and whistles? More money. To be fair, it’s not a lot of money. You’ll spend more at Starbucks, but if you can live with a few minor annoyances, MenuTab is simply Facebook in the Menubar.