How to track app use with OSXClock

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OSXClock just got a major update, adding a productivity log that helps you to track how much time you spend actively using each app on your mac.

I wrote an ad-hoc AppleScript to do this sometime ago that proved pretty popular, but I wasn’t satisfied with either the code or the interface. OSXClock improves on that by tapping directly into Cocoa’s API and by offering a more attractive display.

OSXClock is currently on offer for only $2.99. Lots more exciting features are planned for future updates, so now’s a good time to get with the program, folks! 

🙂

*OSXClock requires OSX Yosemite

About philastokes

Independent Software Developer, Technical Writer and Researcher at SentinelOne. Explaining the unexplainable with images, video and text. Scripting anything imaginable in AppleScript, Bash, Python and Swift.

Posted on March 13, 2015, in Cocoa, Yosemite and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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