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Should I Sleep: Tomís Mac Software Pick

By January 5, 2013

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If your Mac has ever dimmed its screen, or worse, gone to sleep while you were using it, then you may like the Should I Sleep app from Mr. Milk's Technology Dreams.

Should I Sleep: Tom's Mac Software Pick

Should I Sleep

Should I Sleep uses available Mac sensors to detect whether you're present and working on your Mac. If you are, then Should I Sleep prevents your Mac from taking a snooze.

The free version of Should I Sleep can detect whether a person is facing the Mac. Additional sensors are available as in-app purchases. You can add the ability to prevent sleep by detecting camera motion, a download in progress, if an external display is connected, if a processor-intensive task is being run, or if there is any sound activity occurring near the Mac. Each sensor is $.99, or you can purchase them all for $2.99.

You can custom configure each sensor, and test the sensor's settings as you configure them.

Should I Sleep is free. A full set of usage sensors is $2.99.

See other software choices from Tom's Mac Software Picks.


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