Billing for Your Time? Timing Offers Automated Time Tracking for Mac Users

Free Time Tracker - Timing lite (AppStore Link)
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Free Time Tracker - Timing lite
Developer: Thomas Osthege und Daniel Alm
Price: free Download on the App Store

EUROCOMP today proudly announces an update to Timing, the unique new time tracking application for OS X. In contrast to classic time tracking applications, Timing doesn't require users to manually operate timers. Instead, users' activities like editing documents, surfing the web, and playing games are tracked automatically and can be easily reviewed at a later time. This avoids inaccurate time logs and the risk of forgetting to start or stop a timer is eliminated. A lite version (limited to todays' and yesterdays' data) is now available for a free trial prior to the purchase.

The application is targeted at Mac users who are curious about how they spend time using their computer. Timing will give a detailed overview on how much time is lost playing games and browsing websites like Facebook and Twitter. Using these data, users can adapt their behavior in order to increase their productivity.

Freelancers and other professional computer workers can leverage Timing to obtain an overview which projects consume most of their time, allowing them to bill their work hours more accurately.

Timing tracks the path of the currently edited document and the domain of visited websites. It also supports grouping activities into projects for easier aggregation of data. Thanks to this concept, users are able to check what activities they spent time on. Populating projects with data is as easy as drag-and-drop.

Even though it collects sensitive data like the currently used documents, Timing will not compromise the privacy of its users. Recorded data stays safe on the users' computer and a customizable blacklist makes it easy to prevent selected activities from being tracked. In addition, any entry can be erased retroactively.

via PR Mac

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