Cloudswave Score for Time Sink
Rating based on 4 Critic Reviews
Fatima Wahab , on Addictive Tips
Overall, the app is feature rich and the interface is amazing. Depending on how you like to work, you can keep it open as a window on the desktop, or send it to the menu bar for a more unobtrusive monitoring.
Matt Reich, on AppStorm
For the freelancer, an application like this, with a little time spent customizing, could provide some really useful data. You might discover some places where you’re wasting your time, or maybe even completely the opposite. Maybe you’ll discover you should be taking more work breaks. The bottom line is that just about everyone could see some benefit from knowing this information about their computer usage.
Dan Miller, on Mac World
Many Tricks' Time Sink isn’t the only app that can keep track of what you do on your Mac, but it’s certainly one of the easiest to use. It records how long each app (and individual windows within it) is open and how long it's in the foreground. If you close an app or window, the timer stops; if reopen it, the timing resumes. You can add apps or windows to a blacklist so they’re never tracked.
Alexis Kayhill, on Mac360
Time Sink is a handy Mac app I found that answers the question, “What have you been up to?”
It’s not an app that’s designed to snitch on you. Instead, Time Sink reports to you what you’ve been doing on your Mac. Once you know where your time has gone, which apps have sucked the life out of an hour, you can modify your Mac behavior, become a bit more disciplined, and, therefore, more productive and efficient.
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