I build web, mobile and desktop apps, produce screencasts, write ebooks, and provide pairing and training


AppTrack is a macOS app to let you see where your time is going. It tracks the apps you have open on your Mac, and captures the time spent in each one.

It sits unobtrusively in your menubar, and will track your time spent across applications. It will automatically timeout after a minute of inactivity, so you don't need to start and stop it - just use your Mac as you normally do, and find out where your time is going!

It also features a notification to let you know when you've spent an hour in a given application.

AppTrack helps you to manage your time, and manage your productivity! It's now available on the macOS App Store for $2.99/£2.99.

If you're having issues with the app stopping tracking when it hits the 60 second activity timeout, despite being active, you can see troubleshooting steps and a screencast to help here.


Building Mac OS X apps with RubyMotion

Learn how to build Mac apps with using Ruby with this ebook, currently in early access, and with the finished version coming soon.