CCMenu displays the build status of projects on a continuous integration server as an item in the Mac's menu bar. Or in other words, CCMenu is to OS X what CCTray is to Windows.

CCMenu allows you to:
- Monitor selected projects on multiple continuous integration servers
- Identify the overall build status with a glance to menu bar
- See the status of individual project builds in the status menu
- Access the build web sites of the projects using the status menu
- See detailed build status information in the projects window
- Receive notification of completed builds via Notification Center

CCMenu works with CruiseControl, and with CircleCI, Jenkins, Snap CI, TeamCity, ThoughtWorks Go (gocd), and Travis CI. It should work with any continuous integration server that can provide status in the “cctray” XML format.

What’s New

Version 14.0

* Advanced preferences now have a check box to set whether CCMenu should open automatically when logging in. This is functionally the same as adding CCMenu to the login items in System Preferences.
* The sheet to add new projects is now resizable so that large list and long project names can be managed.

Ratings and Reviews

DavidSeek1986 ,

Perfect product

It was a tiny bit tricky to figure out how to set the Travis integration up. But with a bit of research AND a section on Travis docs that explains the how-to it was not problem at all anymore. Thank you for your time.

brotherM ,

You do what you have to do and you do it well Dylan says. This app works perfectly for monitoring all my jenkins jobs and notifying me when things go wrong.

PHD in the 613 ,

You had one job! And you do it very well.

Simple, single-purpose app that does its job very well indeed.


1.4 MB

OS X 10.8 or later, 64-bit processor



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  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.