BinaryFruit has announced DriveDx 1.4 (http://binaryfruit.com/drivedx), an upgrade of its Mac OS X solution for SSD and HDD health diagnostics and monitoring.
It measures the overall health of both SSD and HDD drives. Because DriveDx tracks more indicators of impending failure than any other product on the market, users will get advanced warning before their drives fail.
Version 1.4 supports the “dark mode” of Mac OS X Yosemite. The user can now turn off the S.M.A.R.T attribute (health indictor) raw value alert and more.
The software requires Mac OS X 10.6.8 or newer. DriveDx 1.4.0 has four types of licenses that are currently being offered on promotion: personal license – US$19.99; family license – $39.99; business license – starting from $99.99; and IT-Consultant License, starting from $49.99.
DriveDx can be purchased from the BinaryFruit website or through the Mac App Store (a personal license only). A fully functional, 10-day trial version is available for download at the BinaryFruit website.