Have you ever spent all day in front of your Mac, just to wonder where the heck all that time went?
Or tried to bill a client, but couldn't reconstruct how many hours you spent working for them?
You could use a time tracker. But to be honest, manual time tracking sucks. You have to start and stop timers, enter what you did, and so on. And if you forget that, you are back to square one.
Not so with Timing.
Instead of making you do all the work, Timing automatically tracks how you spend your time. It logs which apps you use, which websites you visit, and which documents you edit. You can easily categorize activities into projects.
Also, your data is not uploaded to anyone's server. It stays safe on your Mac at all times.
Still not convinced? Download the free trial (direct link) now and on Friday review all the gory details of what you did this week. (But don't blame Timing when you see all those hours wasted on Facebook and elsewhere!)
You can purchase Timing on the Mac App Store or check out the website at timingapp.com. The app is 20% off this week at $19.99 – that already pays for itself by recovering just half an hour of unproductive or unbilled time.
Our thanks to Timing for sponsoring MacStories this week.