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Is there software like ManicTime for Windows that can track of everything I do in Mac OS X?

For those who doesn't know what ManicTime is, it is a time tracking software that records your activities on the computer.

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With questiosn like this it generally help to say what the tool you're trying to replicate does. There are doubtless mac users out there who haven't a clue what ManicTime is. Me, for one. –  dmckee Sep 18 '09 at 20:15
    
    
VTC this one due to the ties to a specific Windows program. The other topic has a much better title. –  Daniel Beck Jan 26 '12 at 22:21

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I use Timing https://itunes.apple.com/ru/app/timing/id431511738?l=en&mt=12 It tracks windows quite well, can handle documents and can group windows.

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You can use the appropriately named Time Sink, $5 shareware by Manytricks.

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Check if Slife fits your requirements.

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Based on the feedback we have received,
we are open sourcing only the MacOS X client for the time being.

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TimeLog. It tracks your active window and you can export that. I use ManicTime on my Mac and TimeLog on my Mac. TimeLog's not free. If your time is actually worth something though, buy it.

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RescueTime is a much better alternative, it saves your data online and the reports are awsome. They have a client for windows and mac

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One thing you won't get with the free version of RescueTime that ManicTime provides: document-level usage stats. For example, using a web browser isn't necessarily bad, depending on whether you're visiting an issue tracking service or just wasting time. –  Chip McCormick May 12 '13 at 14:03

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