Qbserve is an automatic private time tracker that helps improve your productivity. It gives you instant answers about the way you spend your time by intelligently observing active apps. All the tracked information is stored privately on your machine. Qbserve knows productivity rates for thousands of sites and apps and has a unique ability to differentiate between chats in Skype, Slack, and Telegram, YouTube videos, and subreddits.
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- Supported Operation Systems
- Whats new?
- macOS 10.10 or later 64-bit
Accurate time monitoring
Qbserve integrates with macOS to provide you with:
- Automatic productivity analysis for over 7,600 sites, apps, and games.
- Project tracking based on opened web pages, documents, and window titles.
- Individual logging of Slack teams and YouTube videos.
Reports & timesheets
See how you spend your time and improve your workflow with:
- Detailed productivity reports for days, weeks, and months.
- Timesheets with activity summary, timeline, and notes for each hour.
- Invoice generation in 18 languages and data export to JSON & CSV.
Privacy & affordability
Your privacy and budget are important to us:
- All tracked data is stored locally on your Mac and never sent anywhere.
- There are options to ignore private browser tabs or pause tracks.
- No subscription required. Qbserve costs less than most other time management software charges for a single year.
Qbserve keeps you focused on multiple reminders so you can be productive and distraction-free.
Dynamic icons: Qbserve gives you a productivity score, which you can easily see at all times in the menu bar. Its icon changes color to reflect your performance.
Notifications: You can set alerts to go off when you reach your goals or spend too much time on distractions. Alerts integrate with other services and apps via AppleScript, IFTTT, and Zapier.
- Added capability to select and archive, unarchive or delete multiple projects
- Added tracking support for Waterfox browser (via the extension for Firefox)
- Added support for the Apple Silicon architecture that was missing from the last build
- Fixed incorrect durations in Timesheet -> Summary after selecting 10-minute intervals
- Fixed the text below the donut chart not accounting for the “Days to observe” setting
- Fixed private window tracking in Chrome 90
- Fixed private window tracking in Safari 14
- Fixed tracking in Opera
- Fixed Timeline’s table resizing
- Hopefully, fixed the manual time window appearing for very short durations
- Hopefully, fixed category selection not working properly at times
- Increased maximum window height for large monitors
- Improved accessibility title of the menu bar icon