Timing is the best way to keep track of the time you spend with your Mac. Find out where your time goes - without ever having to start a timer again!
The free version, Timing lite, only allows you to show todays' and yesterdays' data. The full version allows you to view any time range.
Timing automatically tracks which documents you are editing, which applications you use, and the domains of the websites you visit. You'll never have to worry about forgetting to start or stop a timer again - there are none! It's all done in the background! More Info »
After tracking, just drag and drop activities into projects. Some general categories like "Web Browsing", "Office" and "Games" have already been prepared for you, but you can customize them any way you like!
Review this week's activities with just one click! Sophisticated graphs show you how you spent your time each day and which projects consumed most of your time.
Timing will automatically suspend tracking after a configurable time of inactivity (150 seconds by default). It will resume as soon as you return to the computer.
Some of the applications supported by Timing:
- Chrome & Chromium
- MS Office
- TextWrangler & BBEdit
- Smultron & Fraise
- MacVim & AquaMacs
- QuickTime Player
- VLC Player
And many more! Check the list at http://timingapp.com/faq.php for a full list of compatible applications.
For more detailed screenshots, please check out http://timingapp.com.
NOTE FOR PHOTOSHOP & TOAST USERS
If you are experiencing issues with Photoshop, Toast, or other applications while running Timing, please disable AppleScript tracking for Photoshop (or the affected application) in the Timing preferences. This will avoid the issues and doesn't impact tracking accuracy.