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Description

Looking for an easy way to get insights in your daily activities? Meet Daily, developed to help employees and freelancers creating accurate time sheets without the hassle of using timers. It works by asking what you are doing in an unobtrusive manner.

Although simplicity rules, Daily offers powerful features enabling you to make Daily compatible with your way of working:
• View and edit your time sheets for a specific day, week, month or year.
• Find out when you have started and stopped working.
• Register activities while you have been away from your Mac.
• Temporary apply an activity automatically.
• Control Daily using system-wide keyboard shortcuts.
• Schedule when you want Daily to track your time.
• Export to CSV, JSON or a Toggl-compatible format.
• Automate tasks using AppleScript.
• … and much more!

Daily requires a subscription in order to track your time. New users receive a free trial of 30 days. After this, a subscription for one month (€1,49), one quarter (€2,99 - save 33%) or year (€9,99 - save 44%) can be purchased easily from within the app. Subscriptions are renewed automatically unless cancelled at least 24 hours before their end date. As a business you can also purchase multiple licenses using a single payment method and distribute these licenses to your employees. Visit https://dailytimetracking.com/#business for more information.

If you have any questions or need more information, check out our website (http://dailytimetracking.com) or email us at hello@dailytimetracking.com.

Terms of use: https://dailytimetracking.com/#termsofuse
Privacy policy: https://dailytimetracking.com/#privacypolicy
Frequently asked questions: https://dailytimetracking.com/#readfaq

What’s New

Version 1.13.1

Improvements:
• Fixed an issue causing Daily to prevent displaying dialogs in rare cases.
• Fixed an issue causing Daily to display incorrect non-day overviews in combination with manual applied corrections.
• Fixed an issue causing Daily to crash in rare cases while tracking activities or waking up.
• Fixed an issue causing Daily to crash when changing the dialog interval while Daily is not recording activities.
• Improved the ability to restore subscriptions.
• Various minor UI, performance and stability improvements.

Ratings and Reviews

4.6 out of 5
119 Ratings

119 Ratings

0x0100 ,

Perfectly minimal tracking tool

I've been wary of the sample based/popup approach to tracking, but the developers have clearly taken care to make Daily Time Tracker unintrusive and fluid to use. The AppleScript integration is a nice touch, although it could use more documentation. I use it just to see what the heck I spend my time on, but can see it being useful for contractors / billing purposes.

I especially appreciate the developer's privacy policy. As of writing activities are locally stored, and personal data isn't shared with anyone (increasingly rare, needless to say). I'm happy to pay for a solid product that doesn't make its money off my data.

The only thing I've felt is missing is sync across machines. I use multiple Macs throughout the day, and it would be useful to continue tracking when switching. It would be great if this could be done in a way that wouldn't detract from the privacy, say using iCloud Drive instead of a remote database. Alternatively, adding an AppleScript action to import data might let users hack this together themselves.

mousyaesthete ,

This is the app I've been looking for.

This is maybe my first app review of all time. I love this time tracker. I have ADHD and suffer from a thing called "time blindness," where my conception of time is just almost always wrong. I also have a really hard time switching tasks, or stepping back to evaluate what I'm doing, and whether I need to change course. When I was self-employed, I used toggl to record my own "time card," but now I need a time tracker mainly to satisfy my own curiosity, keep track of my activities in a low-key way, and have the ability to assess (roughly) how I'm spending my time without "time tracking" taking up big chunks of mental bandwidth (and time!!) This is it. The moment I installed it and the tiny pop-up asked me what I'd been doing, I almost cried with relief. It's so easy. You don't have to remember to look at the time whenever you switch activities, and mess around with your tracker. Your tracker notices this for you, and asks. It helps me track my time without becoming another "thing" I have to do.

Developer Response ,

Thanks for your kind review!

0x0100 ,

Nicely built and perfectly minimal tracking tool.

I've been wary of the sample based/popup approach to tracking, but the developers have clearly taken care to make Daily Time Tracker unintrusive and fluid to use. The AppleScript integration is a nice touch, although it could use more documentation.

I especially appreciate the developer's privacy policy. As of writing activities are locally stored, and personal data isn't shared with anyone (increasingly rare, needless to say). I'm happy to pay for a solid product that doesn't make its money slinging my data.

The only thing I've felt is missing is sync across machines. I use multiple Macs throughout the day, and it would be useful to continue tracking when switching. It would be great if this could be done in a way that wouldn't detract from the privacy, say using iCloud Drive instead of a remote database. Or just adding an AppleScript action to import data could let users tinker this together themselves.

Information

Seller
Niels Mouthaan
Size
9.3 MB
Category
Productivity
Compatibility

macOS 10.13 or later, 64-bit processor

Languages

English, Dutch, French, German, Spanish

Age Rating
Rated 4+
Copyright
© 2013-2019 Daily Time Tracking
Price
Free

Supports

  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.