Little Snitch Mini 4+

Enjoy your privacy‪!‬

Objective Development

    • 3.8 • 42 Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases



As soon as you’re connected to the Internet, your apps can send whatever they want to wherever they want, unnoticed by you, because all of this happens invisibly under the hood.

Little Snitch Mini makes these network connections visible and puts you back in the driver’s seat!

It’s a lightweight, unobtrusive but yet incredibly powerful network monitoring and firewall tool, allowing you to conveniently watch and analyze all Internet connections made by your apps, and conveniently block unwanted ones with a single mouse click.

It provides exciting insights into the network activity of your computer and shows detailed connection information of all apps and system processes.

Enjoy easy to understand real-time diagrams of network traffic, an animated map view to identify connections into various countries, a traffic history with statistics information about previous connections over the past twelve months, and an extremely easy to use blocklist management – just choose from a curated set of blocklists to instantly isolate your computer from thousands of advertising-, tracking-, or malware-sites.


The basic network traffic monitoring functionality, including a real-time connection list, traffic diagrams and the animated map view of worldwide network connections can be used for free.


The full feature set, including blocking of connections, extended traffic history time ranges, advanced display and filtering options and more is available as an in-app purchase.

Terms of Use:

What’s New

Version 1.6

Little Snitch Mini now displays information from an application’s Internet Access Policy (IAP), which can be provided by app developers to describe which Internet connections their programs are about to establish and for what purpose.

If such information is available, an IAP icon is shown next to the app and its connections. Clicking that icon will then reveal more details about the purpose of this particular connection.

Learn more about the Internet Access Policy at

Ratings and Reviews

3.8 out of 5
42 Ratings

42 Ratings

Needs iPhone 5 update ! ,

Good but the older version was better.

I been using Little Snitch ssince 2015 and now on my m3max I have to use this copy the mini and its good you can track what apps send signals home or HQ sending signals inbound to computer the problem is that this version slows the connection down alot and I have 1 gig going through a CAT 8 cable into a TB4 dock that connected to mac, kinda ruins the experience big time for me and im a premium user, wish their was a way you guys can fix and update this.

Thanky U ,

Little Snitch is (Among) THE First GUI Pro-Active Firewall I Found

Little Snitch is among the best, or **the best**, firewall for your system. I’ve been using the Mac version for a while. Does twenty years sound like a long time?

A slick GUI showing data throughput information in a few simple ways, with more features:

1) Internet connection requests to other computers,
2) traditional two-dimensional ‘X’ and ‘Y’ graphs showing data throughput,
3) guesstimates of location information overlayed on interactive maps,
4) ability to STOP or allow a connection quickly.

I just recently decided to try this version out for a month.

Sorry for the immediate ding (Apple bug?), but the view of the map doesn’t show all the points. Many of the places being connected to are outside the view. :-( And a click on the ‘-‘ button doesn’t zoom out so we can see everything.

Little Snitch helps *you* understand your network traffic, it’s *not* trying to snitch against you.

pointyFrog ,

Easy mode connection blocking and monitoring

I've used little snitch mini since it came out. I was previously a user of the full version and other OSS alternatives. I think it's perfect for basic connection monitoring and blocking; it's a high quality app and does the job without much fuss. There were minor bugs when it came out, but those were resolved pretty quickly for me. So long as it keeps running smoothly and gets regular updates I think the subscription is fair.

App Privacy

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

Data Not Collected

The developer does not collect any data from this app.

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More