TrackTime
TrackTime 1.4.5
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Tracks all your activities on a timeline, provides stats.   Shareware ($24.95)
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TrackTime tracks your time so you don't have to.

Tracktime allows you to easily track time you spend against multiple projects as well as monitoring your iTunes listening and Web browsing habits

Tracking Time on Your Projects

Tracktime is designed to make keeping track of what time you are spending on different activities that make up one or more projects easy.

TrackTime allows you to create as many projects as you like and set up as many activities as you like against each project.

If your projects are very free form and do not
What's New
Version 1.4.5:
  • Delivers a minor update fixing a memory leak in the previous version. Also added default key behaviour for many actions.
Requirements
Intel/PPC, Mac OS X 10.4 or later



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TrackTime User Discussion (Write a Review)
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Hagane reviewed on 31 Jan 2011
Nice application I tried it over 3 years ago. Clean interface, easy to star and stop tracking.
Only issue is the memory leak. Over 1 GB in 8 hours. This issue was present also 3 years ago.
My advice to developer is lower the price to a few dollars, right now it's too expensive considering the bug.
[Version 1.4.5]


burypromote
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blueruin reviewed on 12 Oct 2008
It's good software but too many memory useage.
I use my desktop about 24hours, and It use memory almost 1G.
I reboot and start this program again, but it started with 300MB and became 1G soon.
I turn off application log, and music and website log also, but same memory usesage.
So I uninstall it.
[Version 1.3]


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taro reviewed on 21 Aug 2007
In a word, fantabulous.

I've used this software about a week and it's worked beautifully during that time, working exactly as advertised:

A beautiful interface - yep. Not only easy to look at, but easy to understand.

Detailed statistics - yep. Haven't needed them much, myself, but I checked them out. They're there and they're clear.

And so on, you get the idea. If you want to track your apps, web and itune usage, you can do so effortlessly. If you want to track personal projects and activiites (my own focus), you can easily do that too.

And the program is very mac-like, intuitive: if you know how to use a mac, you know how to use this software.

If the product description sounds like what you're looking for, you're probably right.
[Version 1.2]


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studiodave56 reviewed on 12 May 2007
Well now it is OK to run this program. That little bug is fixed and in very good time version 1.11. The developer was very quick to respond and correct this issue and the program seems to work very well, Thanks Ole.
[Version 1.1]


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studiodave56 reviewed on 11 May 2007
Don't install this app. It is very hard to remove and does not allow you to quit. It sets itself up to run at startup even if you tell it not to.
I like the idea of this kind of program but I want to be able to turn it on or off.
Fix these things and I will try it again.
[Version 1.1]


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PizzaCake commented on 10 May 2007
I've only been running this app for a couple of hours but I like it. It's a very good looking app and easy to use. Why name it Hora?

Things I'd like added/changed:
-Support for tracking firefox/opera

-Does Hora connect to port 80 to get the favicon of every website you visit? I'd like a preference to turn this off.

-preference for dock icon

-Projects, I'd like to be able to add future events on a project timeline, in a simple way like you can in ical drag a box and give it a title, the box could be ghosted i.e. semi-transparent. Adding very simple planning functionality in a timeline view may widen Hora's appeal by appealing to people like me who doesn't need the complexity of say OmniPlan but would like to view events in a timeline view.

-Timeline view, be able to shrink and expand to a much greater extent, be able to see weeks, months at a time. This would support Hora's use as a simple planning app, being able to see what was planned and what you actually did.

Nice start though, well done!
[Version 1.0]

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MacUpdate-Lon replied on 10 May 2007
'Hora' (Spanish) means 'hour'.
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Downloads:8,511
Version Downloads:1,930
Type:Utilities : Desktop
License:Shareware
Date:10 Jan 2011
Platform:PPC 32 / Intel 32 / OS X
Price: $24.95
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TrackTime tracks your time so you don't have to.

Tracktime allows you to easily track time you spend against multiple projects as well as monitoring your iTunes listening and Web browsing habits

Tracking Time on Your Projects

Tracktime is designed to make keeping track of what time you are spending on different activities that make up one or more projects easy.

TrackTime allows you to create as many projects as you like and set up as many activities as you like against each project.

If your projects are very free form and do not easily break down into fixed activities TrackTime also allows you record ad hoc free form sessions against a project.

If you are one of those people who can multi task Tracktime also allows you to record activity against multiple projects at the same time.

You can view you project statistics either on the project statistics page or on the main timeline

Tracking Your Application Usage

Do you want to know, how much time you spend with your Mac? How many hours you spend in Mail, Safari, iCal and all the other application on your Mac.

Do you wonder where all that time went this week, last week,last month? TrackTime has the answers.

Tracktime monitors which applications you run on your Mac and keeps statistics for you. You can view your activities on a beautiful timeline for every day or quickly see what matters to you in the statistics for applications view.

Tracking Your Web Browsing

TrackTime monitors your Web browsing in 8 popular browsers

  • Safari
  • Webkit
  • Firefox
  • Chrome
  • BonEcho
  • Camino
  • OmniWeb
  • Flock
  • Shiira


TrackTime allows you to see your Web activity in either a time line or a statistics viewTracking Your iTunes Usage

If you have ever wondered what music you listen to when then TrackTime has the answers.

TrackTime monitors the way you use iTunes and record statistics about what music and videos you play.You can view the results in the timeline or in the music statistics view


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