By Touch Studios, LLC
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Time tracking just got a whole lot easier, with Finch.
Finch is a time tracking application that monitors what windows are active on the screen at any given time. Using the application's tagging system allows for detailed reports of how much time is spent working on different projects. Finch monitors not only the open application, but which window has focus.
Set it, and forget it
Starting with Finch is as simple as running it, and then proceeding with your work. Finch will quietly sit on your Mac OS menu bar until the end of the day. No messy configuration, just turn the app on and let it go!
Export to CSV
On the reports view, specify your filter preferences and you can export straight to CSV. Get control of your data (it's yours after all)
Competing apps have a habit of uploading your content to their servers. Touch Studios will never have your data as it is stored locally on your own machine. Finch does not require an internet connection and is completely private.
What's New in Version 1.4
App Group View now enables tagging of multiple entries at the same time
Idle time in apps now shows up as a separate line item
Speed improvements when tagging lots of stuff at once
Memory leaks resolved
More speed improvements across the entire app
Brilliant Idea - Needs a lot of work
Need to address versioning created by either layers or time for all creative suite files. Need to be able to see longer time periods. It currently needs way to much management - The idea, I presume is for it to need no management?
Will love it when it works.
doesn’t install on Maverick
installation process is stalled in Maverick OS when installer can’t find the accessibility and security settings in the same place as they were in older versions of Mac OS.
Great Idea needs some work
A lot of management at this time… each layer you create in psd or ai for example becomes a new task. That is a lot of stuff to wade through when you are trying to actually use it to track client projects. It would be nice if you could assign files in folders for example (as I sort my clients into folders) to be assigned to track to that task… really cool idea though. I bet this will be an awesome app with a few tweaks.