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A menubar app displaying all your free disk spaces on your Mac. With Widgets in Big Sur. Notify you on drive eject and low disk space. 1-click to open or eject any drive

**** MacWorld Favorite Mac Gems 2012
"FreeSpace’s systemwide menu shows all mounted volumes along with the available free space on each; if you want to monitor a particular volume, you can choose to have that volume’s free space displayed right in the menu bar."

***** Softpedia
"FreeSpace is one of the best free space monitors available out there. It's fast, reliable, low on resource consumption (during the testing process it constantly occupied 10 MB of RAM) and stable (it never crashed)."

- Lifehacker.com
"FreeSpace is a tiny menubar utility that can show you how much space is available on all local, connected, and network drives with a single click."
**** MacObserver.com
"I do recommend it. This is a cool little app that is very useful, easy to use"
**** HotMacApps.com
"A very useful and simple application that once you start to use, you can never do without."


> FreeSpace is the most full-featured free space monitor! It leads over the other similar mac app!
- Categorised menu showing free spaces of all local, external, network drives, Superdrive, and disk images
- Eject all by 1-click. Eject single partition by option-click.
- Fully-customized number format on the menubar
- Low free space highlight and notification
- Mount and Eject notification on the menubar or through the Notification Center.

> Works best with Time Machine backup!
- Pin the Time Machine drive on the menu bar
- After the backup is finished, FreeSpace will notify you when the drive is ejected
- FreeSpace will remember the Time Machine drive and will show the drive in the menubar again in the next backup.

> Auto-launch every time when computer starts up
- After downloading FreeSpace from the AppStore, go to the Application folder
- Double-click FreeSpace to launch the first time
- Select "Launch at Login" from the Preference menu. FreeSpace will auto-launch itself every time when the computer starts up

> Rich features leading over the other similar mac app!
- Eject all connected drives and disk images by 1-click or Cmd-E
- Eject the whole drive by clicking the eject button
- Eject single partition by option-clicking the the eject button
- Eject all drives in the same category by 1-click
- Open the drive in Finder by clicking the name
- Drives are grouped and displayed in logical categories
- Highlight and notify you when drive is low in space when under certain percentage
- Any drive can be pinned on the menu bar. If the drive is disconnected, FreeSpace remembers it and will re-pin it once it becomes online again
- Custom number format on the menu bar
- Show read-only drive in gray color (OSX 10.7 and onward)
- Sort volumes by ascending or descending order by name or free space
- Retina display support
- Ultra-low CPU and memory consumption
- Ultra-fast auto-launch at computer startup

> Language Support
- English, Français, Deutsch, 日本語, 正體中文, 廣東話, 簡體中文

> Mac Requirement
- OSX 10.13 or above

What’s New

Version 1.4.0

- The display of the free space of APFS filesystem now aligns with the Finder

Ratings and Reviews

4.4 out of 5
47 Ratings

47 Ratings

fgphowo ,

Useful, but avaialable space issue is annoying

This is a great program and I use it on all of my macs. One annoying issue is the fact that the available space in freespace is different that what the Mac is showing is available. I understand that the developer is showing the "true" free space on the disk, but it would be nice to have the option to view either value... what Apple says is free space or what this developer says is free space.
The eject feature is awesome and makes it so much easier to find and eject disks from the desktop, but it is a bit of a bummer that despite many cusotmers brining up the issue of the discrepancy in free space values, I wish the developer would be willing to just give everyone what they're asking for.

Developer Response ,

Thanks for your support for FreeSpace. Your Mac is in APFS and contains hidden snapshot. The latest FreeSpace version 1.4.0 should solve your concern.

Jeffrey E. F. Friedl ,

Two great features

The notifications when a disk/thumbstick is mounted or unmounted are great. MacOS can have a notable lag between when you physically initiate an action (plug something in, or press "eject") and when the device becomes available (to work with, or to physically remove); this app's notifications tells you when something has actually happened so that you can actually proceed. Extremely useful.

On my space-starved laptop, it's very useful to always see the amount of fee disk presented in the menubar.

5 stars for usefulness.

Developer Response ,

Thanks for writing for FreeSpace. It is an indispensable app written for myself and I use it everyday in every of my Mac. I am so happy that many users like it as much as I do!

tty01 ,

Great app, one request

I use this all the time and recommend it to lots of other people.

Recent change made space available number consistent with what the finder shows. Thanks for the change! I noticed however that the second APFS volume on the same disk shows the old number rather than the new finder-consistent value. Please consider making them the same. Thanks for listening. Since there is no support channel, this was the only way to communicate.

Developer Response ,

Under shared APFS volume, Finder's value is not always consistent with the value in Disk Utility. The current 1.4.0 FreeSpace version reports the value from Disk Utility with unused + purgeable space combined. I find the shared APFS volume value in Finder can be bigger than this combined value after several local snapshots and trash emptying. This bigger value is proven to be wrong since macOS prevents me to copy anything bigger than this space from other volume.

App Privacy

The developer, Luma Fung, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

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Supports

  • Family Sharing

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

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