TG Pro v2.50

TG Pro v2.50

TG Pro

TG Pro

Version: 2.50

Updated: 03/09/2020

Publisher: Tunabelly Software

Languages: English

Compatibility: OS X 10.10 or later

Category: Utilities

File size: 10 MB

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Quickly view CPU, GPU, logic board or hard drive temperatures, check battery health and the other hardware diagnostics. If it's getting hot, manually boost the fan speeds, or allow TG Pro to do it automatically to help keep the Mac cool and running fast. Get local or email notifications for temperature events along with full logging for further analysis.

It's designed with security in mind. TG Pro is notarized by Apple and uses the Hardened Runtime. It also has a separate secure service for fan control, only HTTPS/SSL connections and built-in support for the Internet Access Policy (when using Little Snitch).

TG Pro supports all Macs from 2008 up to the 2020 models, with specific support for multiple models including the 13-inch MacBook Pro, 15-inch MacBook Pro, 16-inch MacBook Pro, iMac Pro, Mac Pro, iMac, MacBook, MacBook Air and Mac mini.

Mac Health
It's all available in TG Pro. In one window, view all internal temperatures, fans and hardware diagnostics.

It's the best way to easily check that all vital components inside your Mac are working properly. TG Pro will even tell you if the Mac shutdown because it overheated, or if the battery needs servicing.

Google Drive

• [Fixed] Issue where some of the temperature group names would be slightly cut off.
• [Fixed] Potential crash when updating HD temperatures in the drop down menu.

macOS 11 Specific:
• [New] macOS Big Sur compatibility!
• [Fixed] Issue where the Paddle service would crash when trying to register or buy a license on Big Sur. This is a significant change as it required migrating from V3 to V4 of their framework. We did an enormous amount of testing with it, although if there any issues with licensing, please email our support team using the "Send Feedback" option in the drop down menu.
• [Fixed] Issue where the status icon text was too far down.
• [Fixed] Issue where some text elements would be cutoff.
• [Fixed] Issue where the preferences toolbar, temperature area list and notification sliders didn't look good.

macOS 10.x & 11:
• [New] Added specific sensor naming for the following models:
     • MacBook Air (Retina, 13-inch, 2020)
     • iMac (Retina 5K, 27-inch, 2020)
• [New] Improved the wording of battery health notifications.
• [New] Added a few more shutdown codes along with their meanings.
• [New] Added an option to download our new app by choosing More -> CPU Stress Test from the drop down menu.
• [Fixed] Issue where the MacBook Air 2020 models wouldn't show all 4 CPU cores.
• [Fixed] Issue where HD temperatures wouldn't update in the drop down menu.
• [Fixed] Potential crash if an Auto Boost rule had an invalid fan selected.

Google Drive

• [New - Beta] Added feature to try and keep the CPU from throtlling when the fans are lowered, especially on T2 based Macs. It's available to try in App Preferences -> Fan. This is a work in progress, so please send any feedback using the Dropdown Menu -> More -> Send Feedback option.
• [New] Improved support for finding faulty temperature sensors on T2 based Macs.
• [New] Improved support for 2019 Mac Pro.
• [New] Added more sensors for most MacBook Pro models.
• [New] Added specific sensor naming for the following models:
     • MacBook Pro (16-inch, 2020, Radeon 5600M)
     • MacBook Pro (13-inch, 2020, Four Thunderbolt 3 ports)
     • MacBook Pro (13-inch, 2020, Two Thunderbolt 3 ports)
     • MacBook Pro (13-inch, 2019, Two Thunderbolt 3 ports)
     • MacBook Air (Retina, 13-inch, 2020)
     • Mac mini (Late 2014)
     • Mac mini (Late 2012)
• [New] Changed the naming of "CPU Core" -> "CPU" for some iMac models to avoid confusion that there isn't a sensor per core (Ex: A 6 Core iMac only has 4 CPU temperature sensors.)
• [New] Renamed the 15/16-inch MacBook Pros fans from "Fan 1" & "Fan 2" to "Left Side" & "Right Side".
• [Fixed] Issue where newer Mac models that can turn off the fans were not showing this in the UI.
• [Fixed] Issue where signing up for the newsletter would fail if there was a plus in the email address.
• [Fixed] Issue where the drop down menu would flash.
• [Fixed] Issue where multiple sensors with the same name wouldn't always be numbered.
• [Fixed] Issue where the battery health would be empty if some of the info was unavailable.
• [Fixed] Issue where switching out of Manual mode then back to it wouldn't restore the set fan speeds.
• [Fixed] Issue where "N/A" could display in red in the drop down menu.
• [Fixed] Naming of "MenuBar" -> "Menu Bar" in the preferences tab.
• [Fixed] Issue where a remote install wouldn't automatically block the user from being prompted to sign up for the newsletter or view the app tutorial.
• [Fixed] Issue where it was possible the fans would be at minimum speed after waking from sleep, if the override system option was enabled and the fan mode was set to System.
• [Fixed] Updated the IAP for Little Snitch to include a description of the connection to "".

Google Drive

• [New] Updated information when creating a support package to have more detail about what's included and how it's sent.
• [New] Added link on how to create Auto Boost rules in the Fan preferences for easy access.
• [New] Added PCIe Ambient sensor for Mac Pro Mid 2010/2012 models.
• [Fixed] Issue where it would quit after launching on macOS 10.7.
• [Fixed] Issue where some GPU sensors would not be correctly named for 2017 15" MacBookPros.
• [Fixed] Issue where it was possible for GPU Diode to show "N/A" with an invalid high temperature.
• [Fixed] Issue where it was possible for an invalid GPU temperature to cause some Auto Boost rules to incorrectly boost fans.
• • [Fixed] Updated Paddle to 3.0.34 to include their fixes.


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