Realistic ladybug design
The ladybug graphics used for the iBug animation highly resembles a real insect and the movement patterns are quite random. However, since iBug is placed under all your windows and desktop icons, the animation will not interrupt your activity.
Minimalist customization options
iBug will place a small icon in your status bar menu which allows you to access the app’s Preferences window and decide to launch it at startup.
Within the Preferences window, if the “Mouse Enabled” function is active, you can click on the ladybug animation to make it fly. The same area enables you to toggle the sound effects and adjust their volume.
Noteworthy is the fact that iBug runs properly on Mac OS X 10.6 and 10.7 but you might have issues on Mountain Lion or Mavericks. During our test, only a quarter of the ladybug shape was visible when we ran iBug on on Mac OS X 10.9.
Last but not least, even though it is a small application, iBug can take up to 11% of your CPU and around 30MB of RAM (this data has been generated by testing iBug on a 2.16GHz Intel iMac with 2GB RAM running Mac OS X 10.6.8).
Cute ladybug animation for your desktop
Simple and unobtrusive, iBug is a small application that has the potential to help you relax while working on your daily tasks. On the other hand, the sound effects or the user interaction function can be easily disabled if you find them distracting.
Reviewed by Iulia Ivan, last updated on August 19th, 2014
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- Mavericks support added.
Application descriptioniBug is a fun OS X application that brings a lady bug onto your desktop.The ladybug will patrol your screen ...