Tuesday, July 25, 2017

Timing 2 for Mac

David Sparks:

The best thing about this app is that it does the work for you. Timing provides automatic time tracking. As you jump around different applications, website URLs, emails, and even conversation partners in Messages, Timing quietly keeps track in the background. It then gives you an interactive timeline that shows you exactly when you did what. There’s even a rule system to take you even further down the road. There is a lot of data in this app that will shed new light on how you work.

Kirk McElhearn:

If you need to track your time, there are plenty of apps that can help you. Many of them are designed for freelancers who need to track billable time so they can invoice clients, but others track activity on your Mac, so you can know where your day has gone. Timing ($29, $49, or $79) combines both of these features, allowing you to easily start and stop projects, to know how much to bill, and also see which apps you use, and which websites you visit.

Daniel Alm:

This article illustrates how an app’s UI evolves during development, and highlights some subtle but important changes.

Timing looks nicer than RescueTime and, as a standalone app, does not upload your data anywhere.

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