stts helps you monitor the status of various cloud services.

With a click of the menubar icon, you can see the status of your favorite services. You can also be notified when a service goes down or gets restored.

stts is designed to be unobtrusive, only giving you the information you need and allowing you to access the status page with a single click.

Monitor the status of over 100 services:
- Amazon Web Services (AWS)
- Atlassian
- Atlassian Statuspage
- Aptible
- Auth0
- Authorize.Net
- Beanstalk
- BitBucket
- Braintree
- CircleCI
- Cloud66
- Cloudflare
- Cloudinary
- CocoaPods
- Codacy
- Code Climate
- Codecov
- Contentful
- Coveralls
- DigitalOcean
- Discord
- Docker
- Dropbox
- Dwolla
- Engine Yard
- Evernote
- Fabric
- Figma
- Filestack
- Firebase
- GitHub
- Google Cloud Platform
- Heroku
- HipChat
- Imgix
- Intercom
- KeenIO
- Lob
- Loggly
- MailChimp
- Mapbox
- Media Temple
- Mixpanel
- Netlify
- New Relic
- Packet
- PagerDuty
- Papertrail
- Pingdom
- Pivotal Tracker
- PubNub
- Pusher
- Quandl
- Quay
- Reddit
- Rollbar
- RubyGems
- Sauce Labs
- Segment
- SendGrid
- Sentry
- Slack
- SmartyStreets
- Snyk
- Squarespace
- Stream
- TravisCI
- Trello
- Twilio
- Typeform
- Unsplash
- Vimeo
- WeTransfer
- Zapier
- Zwift

and more!

What’s New

Version 1.19


Better granularity for which services to monitor. For example, you can now monitor:
- iCloud only instead of all Apple services
- Azure Americas only instead of all Azure regions
- and more!

* Added services:
- Adobe
- Basecamp (includes HEY)
- Let's Encrypt
- Pendo
- RevenueCat

* Removed services:
- Fabric (now part of Firebase)

Ratings and Reviews

Sploder ,

Good so far!

My only wish is that the developer would come up with a nicer icon for the tray. Even something as simple as a circle with lightning symbol… the s__s looks junky in my tray and takes up too much horizontal space.

59psi ,

If you're Technical this is Amazing!

I've been using this ap for a week or so now and I am 100% satisfied with what it provides. The status updates are presented in a useful non-intrusive manner thanks to using the system notifier. The updates seem to happen as close to realtime as they are posted too.

Additionally, if there is a service or services that you use and the app doesn't support them... being OSS you can submit your own pull request via GitHub and get them added! Plus the developer is very good about pushing the updated app to the App Store on a fairly regular cadence too. So your additions usually start working in a few days.

Psyched Person ,

Great Concept, Nice Execution

This app has great potential, however it seems like it could definitely improve in the future. I would like to see core consistency among status messages and a way to define your own services.

Developer Response ,

Thank you for the feedback. You are welcome to contribute to the app's development at


Mahdi Bchatnia
4.7 MB

OS X 10.11 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.