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Time Doctor for Mac OS X

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Key Details of Time Doctor for Mac OS X

  • Time management software for time tracking and improving productivity for individuals and teams.
  • Last updated on September 3, 2015
  • There have been 3 updates
  • Virus scan status:

    Clean (it's extremely likely that this software program is clean)


Editors' Review

Download.com staff

Time Doctor for Mac OS X is a fairly straightforward app that allows you to note and record tasks as you perform them, switching on the fly between them with the "Break" button. The result is a shallow but quite useful productivity tool that makes task tracking a lot easier than some of the more complicated apps on the market for OS X. With a relatively low cost to boot, it could be a useful tool for a lot of people.

When you open Time Doctor, you'll be asked to create an account before using the app. While the app is lightweight and works seamlessly in OS X, there is an online component where data is sent when you record your tasks. You can then log in and see how much time was spent, manually edit some of those times, or change the total amount of time spent on any given task. It's a fairly easy-to-use platform, and it works quickly without any issues in the background while you're working. The interface is a single screen with two buttons and a text box and it gives you clear directions for how to track your tasks. There are no more robust tools here for tracking everything, but it still works very smoothly for what it offers.

While the features are light in Time Doctor, the ones here are well crafted and easy to use, and the tracking works smoothly without slowing down or getting in the way on your computer. The online component feels unnecessary, and the service costs $10 after your trial expires; but for those that need a task tracker, it's worth the upgrade.

Editors' note: This is a review of the trial version of Time Doctor for Mac OS X 2.2.16.

What's new in version 2.2.16

Version 2.2.16 includes several key improvements and bug fixes.

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Full Specifications

GENERAL
Release
September 13, 2012
Latest update
September 3, 2015
Version
2.2.16
OPERATING SYSTEMS
Platform
Mac
Operating System
Mac OS X 10.5, Mac OS X 10.4, Mac OS X 10.7, Mac OS X, Mac OS X 10.3, Mac OS X 10.6
Additional Requirements
None
POPULARITY
Total Downloads
691
Downloads Last Week
1

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Developer's Description

Time management software for time tracking and improving productivity for individuals and teams.
Time management software for Mac OS X with real time tracking of tasks. Time Doctor is useful for individuals and companies for time management and improving productivity.Time Doctor is also the best software for monitoring a remote team. Records employee Internet use and provides a simple report of web sites visited and software applications used on the desktop. These features help in monitoring a virtual team with minimal effort on the part of management. You can use this software to record hours worked and confirm that these hours were really worked by team members. Time Doctor is a great collaboration tool for teams, allowing you to assign tasks to team members and know if these tasks were worked on.Time Doctor is the most effective software for time tracking for employees as it has multiple ways to ensure that time tracking is accurate.Time Doctor also has several features for improving employee productivity such as: recording time spend on email, recording time on meetings and phone calls, getting staff to focus on top priorities and also making sure managers are aware of the top priorities of employees.Other features include:* A daily report to management and individuals with a list of all the tasks accomplished for the day and the top priorities for tomorrow* Weekly report of websites visited during the previous week* Exact recording of time worked, and multiple ways to make sure that the hours worked are accurate* Daily time management tips* Recording how much time was spent on phone calls and meetings to each individual person or group