Any version starting from Yosemite (10.10) is good.
Sorry, it's not available there because apps from the Mac App Store are limited in the functionality that is required to track time.
Click the tab with a key icon in the top right corner of the app window. Enter the email and the license key you've used for the purchase (it should be in your inbox).
For personal use you can share your license on five machines that belong to you or your family members.
For business use, please purchase one license per user.
Yes, please contact us.
Your productive time score for the day. It's zero at the start of each day.
Go to the ~/Library folder (see here how to find it), then the Application Support folder, then the Qbserve folder and copy UserDatabase.sqlite to the same folder on another Mac.
Not yet but we're working on this!
Qbserve requires this extension to track sites in Firefox. Please check if it's installed.
By default, all windows are hidden inside the app and you can see them by selecting the app in the Details table and pressing the "View windows" button. But if you'd like to see detailed time reports for each window in this table and dashboard, then set this option on.
Qbserve shows reports for your "real" days instead of switching the day at midnight. So "Day Start" is the time when you're usually asleep, 05:00 in the morning by default.
Not yet, sorry.
Qbserve uses the OS X accessibility API to see your top window, and then looks inside it. Then it checks the information against a local database of known domains and apps to determine the productivity of this window. That's why Qbserve asks you to enable accessibility access on start.
Absolutely. Qbserve reports anonymized OS X version, language, number of days since installation, and crash logs. It's feedback required for future app development and localizations.
There's also a checkmark to anonymously submit categorized domains or app bundle IDs, so we can add them to the app database in future releases. But don't worry – we check each domain and your private domains will never get there. You can opt-out from these submissions completely in the app settings (just uncheck "Allow sending categories to developers").
So we collect some anonymous generic statistics but there's no way we can see your tracking history or identify you. It's all stored on your Mac and never leaves your computer.
Find it in your Applications folder and then move it to the Trash.
To delete all the tracked history, go to the Library folder (see here how to find it), then the Application Support folder, then the Qbserve folder and move UserDatabase.sqlite to the Trash.
To remove your settings go to the Library folder, then the Preferences folder and move com.QotoQot.Qbserve.plist to the Trash.