By Denis Krasulin
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Easy way to know your day
Active time tracking app — no need to waste time for tracking itself.
ZeitNote does it all for you:
— tracks all applications that you work with (with no way to cheat it),
— shows how much time and where you've spent,
— reveals procrastination gaps and destructions,
— shows off time.
Just run it and see where you waste your life!
"I was shocked when first time saw how I spend my day", — ZeitNote developer.
"Hide it! There are only 5 minutes of Photoshop yet", — tester's colleague.
"It will definitely influence people's lives" — developer's father.
Share screenshots of your hard work and labor feats with hashtag #zeitnote or directly through messengers like Skype, Telegram or whatever you use (you will be surprised how much time you spend there)
Limited time start-up price before massive conveniences will be added
All information is safely stored only on your Mac, so no worries about leaks
Chose "Clear History..." to erase all tracked data
Pretty good at what it does
This app is geared more toward personal time tracking than professional situations, as it does not aspire to be as detailed as more professionally-inclined apps like Timing. It does not provide an easy way to see past records at a glance, export them to csv or xml, etc, but provides a uniquely easy and enjoyable way to check your daily time-spending.
I’m a freelancer and have used ZeitNote as a secondary timing app, and across a gazillion apps (Sublime Text, Scrivener, browsers, word processors, even the occasional game), it seemed to track very accurately, giving equivalent results to Timing (another great app).
The pop-down window accessible with one menu-bar click is very well-thought and designed, it gives you a bar-chart of your time distribution right on top of a timeline (with different apps highlighted in different colors), making it super-easy to check the time spent throughout the day at a glance.
Like I said, it does not provide a more general (weekly, monthly) overview or export options, but it definitely excels at what it does. Not a single crash on OS X 10.10.4 either, quite stable.
There is some room for development but the app has definitely diversified itself from many time-tracking apps by providing accurate and fast daily time distribution. Thanks to the devs for the great work/