EjectBar - Quick Disk Unmount 4+

Eject from the menu bar

Benjamin Mayo

    • 4.2 • 11 Ratings
    • $1.99



Disconnect drives fast, from anywhere on your Mac.

EjectBar lives in your Mac menu bar. Click to reveal a list of all connected drives. Right-click on the icon to eject all drives at once.

At the end of the day, you have to remember to eject any drives connected to your Mac before unplugging. With Ejector for Mac, you don't have to remember. Make "Disk Not Ejected Properly" errors a thing of the past.

Set a schedule in Preferences and EjectBar can automatically eject your drives, at your chosen time of day.

EjectBar is designed to be discreet with a simple monochrome menu bar icon. It even dims when no drives are connected.

EjectBar is designed to be lightweight and secure. And it fits right in with light and dark system themes.

EjectBar: disconnect drives fast.

What’s New

Version 1.0.2

Bug fixes and Apple Silicon compatibility.

Ratings and Reviews

4.2 out of 5
11 Ratings

11 Ratings

SDTravel ,

Good but needs keyboard shortcuts

Would be 5 stars, but lacking a MAJOR feature. Custom keyboard shortcuts. I need two types of shortcuts: 1) Eject ALL attached media 2) Allow assigning of multiple keyboard shortcuts, each tied to a specific device.

This would allow my Streamdeck to eject all drives with a tap, or only eject certain ones.

Gravel Bay ,

Only one negative so far on M1 Mac

I don't know if this happens on Intel Macs, but on my M1 MBP, if I use Eject Bar to eject my external drives, it closes the app. Then, if I reconnect the drives without rebooting the computer, I have to relaunch the app to eject the drives again. It's easier to just shift-click all the drives and hit cmd-e.

JohnB91968 ,

Lightweight and does exactly what it's supposed to do

Unlike other App store utilities that seem to be abandoned by their developers, this works and appears to be under active development. It's lightweight and does exactly what it's supposed to do. I can't believe Apple never integrated this kind of technology into Mac OS.

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