TimeSlice, a time-tracking and billing application for a variety of operating system including Mac OS 8.6-10.x (yep, it’s Carbonized), has been updated to version 2.2.4 and is now available from
Casady & Greene.
Targeted to such folks as consultants, attorneys, graphic, Web designers, and just about anyone who bills for time, or needs a solution for keeping track of time events, TimeSlice lets you start tracking time with the click of a button. You click again to stop. And you can generate a report or invoice for a project or client. The reports contain: date and start/stop time values; client, category, project, expense and hourly rate information; and other info such as paused time, elapsed time, etc.
The time-tracking data provided by TimeSlice can now be searched, sorted, and exported for use in other software applications, such as spreadsheets, word processors, and databases. All major functions are accessible via a tool bar, and the main window can be shrunk to a teeny size.
TimeSlice is available as an electronic download from Casady & Greene. C&G is offering a limited time price of US$59.95 for Mac users. For more info or a demo, go to the product Web site. Registered owners of TimeSlice Mac v1.x may upgrade to version 2.2.4 for $29.95.