[Swift] Pings google every 1s and displays the current network latency in a bar graph
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By @nevyn.

OverPing lets you continuously monitor the performance of your Internet connection. This is useful if you're on unreliable wifi or Hotspotting while travelling, as it lets you tell at a glance whether your current connectivity problems are your connection's fault or not.

For example, I keep this running while on the train and doing a Hangout or Slack voice chat. When the other side cuts out, I can look at the bars: if they're green, it's their connection that sucks; if they're not green, it's my connection.

Before OverPing, I would always have a Terminal window open on every desktop just doing ping OverPing does this, but on every desktop, and with a pretty, animated bar graph. Each pixel represents one millisecond of delay in getting information to and from Internet.

screenshot 2017-01-15 16 05 20

Installation and usage

  1. Download OverPing 1.0 (1)
  2. Unzip and drag it to your Applications folder (or wherever)
  3. Double click to launch

There are no configuration options.


  • Fix the bug where bars disappear when scrolling
  • Exponential bars?
  • Better visualization of error type
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