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TickerMenu 1.0 offers stock tracking in Menu Bar

updated 11:45 am EDT, Mon August 25, 2008

TickerMenu 1.0 ships

The Highly Technical Doohickey Company has launched TickerMenu 1.0, a Mac OS X Menu Bar application that tracks stocks. Users can choose which stocks to track by entering a stock's symbol, and the display is color-coded to instantly show a gain (green) or decline (red) in stock value. Clicking on TickerMenu in the Menu Bar launches a drop-down window, with extended information on a stock's performance and options for switching to other stocks. The window can also launch one of six financial websites for further research.

TickerMenu works with Mac OS X 10.4 or later and costs $9.






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  1. danangdoc

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    Nice app, but.......

    To make this even more useful, how about an app for the iPod Touch/iPhone? Didn't I read about a large number of these device being sold? How about it, HTD Co?

  1. danangdoc

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    Nice app, but.......

    To make this even more useful, how about an app for the iPod Touch/iPhone? Didn't I read about a large number of these device being sold? How about it, HTD Co? What are the "6 financial websites"?

  1. davelentz

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    iPhone/iTouch ticker ...

    try visiting http://padmanijain.googlepages.com/ticker.htmlit works inside igoogle, so you can bring up Safari on an iPhone/iTouch (or on any Mac or PC).Running inside a browser isn't as nice as a stripe across the main display...But it's free.

  1. davelentz

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    iPhone/iTouch ticker ...

    try visiting http://padmanijain.googlepages.com/ticker.html
    it works inside igoogle, so you can bring up Safari on an iPhone/iTouch (or on any Mac or PC).

    Running inside a browser is not as nice as a stripe across the main display...

    But it's free.

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