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
Well, Tim Cook says sitting is the new cancer…and since I don’t envisage myself in the market for an iWatch, but do need to be reminded to get up and take a break from the desk every 60 minutes, I wrote OSXClock.
I also need a clock for displaying the time on a large screen on occasion when conducting timed-based tests. In the past, I’ve used timeanddate.com for this, but it has a couple of disadvantages: first, you have to be connected to the internet; second, it doesn’t have an alarm or timer.
Hence, OSXClock was born, Applehelpwriter’s answer to the Apple Watch :p, and considerably cheaper!