Mac Rated 8 from 3 votes

TimeSheet ver is the best Project Management for Mac . This Mac 's Project Management developed by is free and legal to use. it's have 8 rating from 3 users. More informastion about TimeSheet you can read below :

To stay organized when working on multiple projects you need to learn how to manage your time well. Timesheet a free utility to keep track of the time spent on different jobs.

Don't expect anything too fancy with Timesheet: it works with Java, so you'll get everything except an attractive interface. On the other side this means that the interface is clear and works efficiently.

Nothing too difficult with Timesheet: create a new project, create a new entry, add start and end times and you are ready to go. The left side of the program structures all entries by data and reflects time spent. The center of the interface shows all your entries, and if some of them are still not finished you will be able to see the duration counting down.

Timesheet won't let you reorganize entries by columns, which limits the ways you can see your data. We also found it quite difficult to change time and date as you need to enter them exactly as they are seen in Timesheet.

Timesheet is a good effort at a time tracking solution, however it offers too many limitations to be used intensely. Try TimeLog as a more innovative way of managing your time.

Timesheet is a Free desktop time tracking utility, published under a liberal BSD-Style License. Platform-specific application bundles are available for Apple OS X, GNU/Linux and Microsoft Windows. It should work on all platforms with a Java Virtual Machine and an AWT environment.


Runs on all Operating Systems with a Java Virtual Machine (tested on OS X, GNU/Linux, Windows) Prepackaged for different Operating Systems for better Desktop Integration Localized User Interface Flexible time and date formatting (independent from user interface language) Supports unlimited Projects Export of recorded entries to Comma Separated Values files Allows instant recording and manual entry of records Free as in Speech: Source code available for download Free as in Beer: Gratis

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People Review for TimeSheet

Anonymous 8 March, 2012

@Does not work with Mac OS 10.7. Instead of running it from commandline, use commandline to fix it :) The applicationstub is already on your machine, all you need to do is replace the old one with a link to the current one: cd /Applications/Timesheet.app/Contents/MacOS rm JavaApplicationStub ln -s /System/Library/Frameworks/JavaVM.framework/Resources/MacOS/JavaApplicationStub P.S. I wrote this review in case the one I created with a link to a re-packaged version isn't allowed :)

Nick Mead 26 July, 2011

@Does not work with Mac OS 10.7. Thanks for letting us know and providing a workaround. Pros: - Cons: -

Anonymous 25 July, 2011

Does not work with Mac OS 10.7. This application is written in Java but, but uses a PowerPC binary “JavaApplicationStub” to launch itself. It therefore doesn't work on Mac OS 10.7, because the Rosetta emulation technology which used to allow PowerPC binaries to run on Intel hardware is no longer present in this version of the OS. It is possible to run the application by launching the jar file directly, but there are several errors, including with the database, and I wasn't able to get reasonable function. To run, open a terminal window and type the following three commands: cd /Applications/Timesheet.app/Contents/Resources/Java export CLASSPATH=lib java -jar Timesheet.jar Be careful to have only one instance running at a time, the database does not allow multiple instances concurrent access. I was unable to see the developer's homepage, so have not yet been able to report these problems. Obliged to give low rating because of its failure to work on Mac OS 10.7. Pros: It used to be a very useful tool. Cons: … but isn't on Mac OS 10.7 because of Apple's decision to remove Rosetta (and possibly other Java-related problems)!