What you need to know
- Objective Development has released Little Snitch 5.
- The update brings a new design and more.
- It also adds support for macOS Big sure, too.
Developer Objective Development has released Little Snitch 5, the latest big update to the popular network monitoring app. This new update brings some new features including a new design, improved traffic monitoring, and support for macOS Big Sur ahead of Apple's big release.
The new update has been given a new look to better match that of the new macOS Big Sur design language including a new structure for the sidebar and more.
The developer has also improved the traffic monitoring – a big part of the app's appeal.
The new Little Snitch 5 is a free upgrade for anyone who bought Little Snitch 4 after November 1, 2019. There's also an upgrade available for existing users, too. For everyone else the new version is a one-time $45 purchase. There's also a free trial available, too.
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