|Feature||Net Radar Standalone||Net Radar Add-on|
|Show the geographical location of your internet connection||✓||✓|
|Popup with map and VPN connection status info||✓||✓|
|Detects the status of your VPN connection||✓||✓|
|Shows a modal warning when your VPN connection goes down||✓|
|Accessible from the menu bar of macOS||✓|
|Available in the Mac App Store||✓|
|Stops all active downloads in Download Buddy when your VPN connection goes down||✓|
|Accessible from the status panel in Download Buddy||✓|
|Available as In-app purchase in Download Buddy||✓|
No, the Net Radar Add-on works autonomous.
However, it's perfectly possible to use both the Net Radar Add-on and the standalone Net Radar app. They share the same settings, so when you buy one of them after the other, it will run immediately without any need to run the Setup Assistant.
The temporary files are not located in a fixed location but in a dynamic generated nested sub folder of /var/folders.
Open this folder in the Finder by following these steps:
To remove all Download Buddy data from your Mac, you'll need to delete the local Sandbox container folder:
Download Buddy is still work in progress so the current version of this app will certainly not be the last version. Useful new features and enhancements will be added in upcoming versions of the app. Version 1.9 of Download Buddy contains the following known issues, which are to be solved in one of the upcoming versions: