Slife Labs on Tuesday announced the release of Slife 2.0, a new version of its time and activity management software for Mac OS X. It can be downloaded for free.
The new 2.0 release has been redesigned with a simpler, cleaner interface, according to the developers. It now incorporates six visualizations for analyzing activity, activity groups and productivity management through goals and notifications.
Slife 2.0 requires Mac OS X 10.5 or later and a G4 or better (including Intel), 512MB RAM, 10MB hard disk space.
In related news, Slife Labs has also introduced Slife Teams, which they’re offering as a free, invite-only Web-based service. Incorporating some of the same features and functionality as Slife itself, Slife Teams enables a group of Slife users to stream their activities through a central subscription-based Web application instead.
The developer is currently allowing companies and teams interested in trying it to contact them for an invitation; Slife Teams is expected to roll out as a subscription-based service in the fall.