iCheckClock 2.0

It lets you keep track of the amount of time you spend working on your projects.
2.0.2 (See all)

A difficult thing to do when dealing with multiple freelance projects at the same time is to keep track of the amount of time you spend on each task. iCheckClock is an easy-to-use program for Mac that offers you a solution for this issue by keeping a record of the time you allocate working on your assignments.

The app lets you manage as many stopwatches as you need, from the same window. All you have to do in order to create a new entry is to enter a description for the current project task and start the counter. You can pause, resume or reset the timer whenever it's necessary.

A good thing about this tool is that you can export the information stored within the program to formats such as CSV and PDF. This way, you can share your notes with your employers or colleagues.

The only aspect I don't like about working with iCheckClock is the fact that it lacks a scrollable feature which comes in handy when storing, say, more than 10 entries.

To conclude, iCheckClock is a simple yet effective application that enables you to keep track of the time you invest working on your daily tasks and projects. The app brings an intuitive interface, lets you save the notes to CSV and PDF files for later use, and comes free of charge.

Ashley Griggs
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Review summary


  • User-friendly interface
  • Lets you export the log to PDF and CSV files
  • Uses a small amount of CPU resources


  • The interface lacks scrollable feature which comes in handy when storing more than 10 entries
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