Please note: This is the old landing page for Timing 1.
You'll probably want to learn about Timing 2 instead.
Timing tracks your time
so you don't have to.
Have you ever spent all day in front of your Mac, just to wonder where the heck all that time went?
Or have you been asked by a client to account for all the hours you worked for them?
You could use a manual time tracker.
But to be honest, manual time tracking sucks.
You have to start and stop timers and enter what you did.
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. And if you are a freelancer, you can export that data to create invoices.
Spend Less Time Tracking.
And More Time Working.
Everything in Timing is built to get the job done super quickly.
For example, we even optimized the date picker to require as few clicks as possible.
That way you can spend more time on the important things in your life instead and be more productive!
Did Something Off Your Mac?
Timing Has You Covered!
If you need to track other activities, such as phone calls or meetings, simply add them manually.
Timing can even automatically ask you what you did when you return to your desk!
Get An Overview Of Your Activities.
Timing displays exactly where your time went.
It lets you group activities:
- by Project
- by App
- by Activity
- by Date
- by Hour.
Still not convinced? Get the free trial and see for yourself!
Over the last 30 years of using a Mac I’ve tried a plethora of different time tracking applications, and without a doubt, Timing is my favorite one.
I love that it’s unobtrusive (if you want it to be) yet very detailed in it’s collection of data about what apps and documents you are using. I love that I don’t have to “start tracking” like so many other time tracking apps make you do.
Timing is really unobtrusive, it just works, in the background. No hassle with manual input of data, no allocating to projects, it just records all my work. And when you need to know what you’ve done it’s there, all my hours, by project, by period.
Really valuable for me, being self employed and doing a ton of things per day, in the evening, in the weekends. Now I can make my hours billable.
I’ve never been able to use apps with a start and stop timer, and I’ve had minimal happiness with other timing apps. Enter Timing…
Wow! I can’t get over much time this saves me. I don’t have to set anything up before I begin working on a project. I can FINISH a project and take less than 1 minute (after it’s completed) to drag all the specified folder and files and websites into the Timing project and Wham! I have an accurate total number of hours spent actively working on the project.
This is an amazing tool to control and backtrack the usage of the programs you use. Goodbye procrastination!! This app is so well programmed too! Little details that other programmers leave behind is absolutely not a concern here.
This app turns out to actually work better than expected. Let’s say you want to know how much time do you spend in a webpage. The app will tell you how long you spend with your browser open AND also which page you were visiting.