WhatPulse is a small application that measures your keyboard/mouse usage, down- & uploads and your uptime. You can send these stats to our website, where you can use...
- Freemium • Proprietary
- Time Tracking Tool
What is WhatPulse?
WhatPulse is a small application that measures your keyboard/mouse usage, down- & uploads and your uptime. You can send these stats to our website, where you can use these stats to analyze your computing life, compete against or with your friends and compare to other people. It can provide you with a keystroke by keystroke tally of, most frequently used apps and which apps utilize the greatest amount of bandwidth.
WhatPulse is designed for those curious about how much actual PC work is done by counting exactly what you are doing while working.
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WhatPulse allows us to track the activity of our devices, be it the count of keys and clicks pressed, the bandwidth and the time of our frequently used apps. The great attraction is being able to participate collectively with a public profile, following other users, joining a team or competing by country. The option to make our profile public is optional, but it is certainly still a great option. Without a doubt, it's a great way to do community tracking, and since it has existed for more than a decade, I just wish I had known about it sooner.
Do NOT use this app. They don't deserve people's time and money until they get their sh*t together, here's why:
This team is the most disgustingly incompetent bunch of programmer's that have ever had the audacity to ask for money for their pile of cr*p code. TWICE in one year I have had a "critical database error" requiring a full wipe. Oh that's fine, WhatPulse had auto bac- WRONG. Backup database fails along with the main. Oh but isn't an online service, so all your data will b- NOPE. Online version doesn't include basically everything, because storing a few extra MBs from paying customers is obviously too much to ask. In fact, it wouldn't be asked at all if they knew how to make a functional backup.
Aside from the overwhelming instability of the app, it really isn't very good at what it claims. I can time my usage of an app, for example, and it will be nowhere near what WhatPulse claims. It just can't be trusted and it's reputation is beyond redeemable. I suggest you stay far, far away unless you enjoy making yourself angry.