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Say hello to AppTrack

Dec 21, 2017 - Elliott Draper

Say hello to AppTrack, a brand new utility for macOS that’s available today on the macOS App Store!

What’s AppTrack?

AppTrack is a macOS app that tracks the apps you have open on your Mac, and captures the time spent in each one, so you can see where you are spending the most time.

Knowledge is the first step

AppTrack will help you to identify bad habits, and adjust over time to being more productive when it counts. It’s easy to overlook how much we can flick between apps, a quick look over at Twitter, or browsing for the perfect playlist in Spotify! Even if you’re regimented with something like the Pomodoro technique, it can still be easy to overrun on the rest periods and get carried away browsing Reddit! Now you can quantify where your time is being spent, and resolve to make positive steps towards being more productive.

Where can I learn more?

You can visit the AppTrack page that includes more details and screenshots here.

Where can I get it?

It’s available right now on the macOS App Store for $2.99/£2.99!

Over to you

This is just the first version of AppTrack. I’ll be looking to add features to AppTrack in subsequent versions, like being able to differentiate between websites in browsers so you can see how much of your Google Chrome time is Trello and GitHub, and how much is Facebook and YouTube! I welcome any feedback, suggestions, questions or comments though, so please let me know!

Check out our macOS apps, AppTrack and WordTarget.

If you're looking for bespoke development for your own apps, using Ruby on Rails, RubyMotion, React Native or Unity, you can hire @ejdraper - visit ejdraper.com to learn more.

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