In version 1.8, CurrentKey Stats‘ “30-days” view gets some love. Now, as your stats pile up, you can see how each of the last four weeks measure up, with a total time spent number and downloadable report. [App Store link] These are formal weekly (7-day) spans, and you can tell the app if you prefer… Continue reading Get weekly summary reports of app stats with CurrentKey Stats v1.8
As you know, CurrentKey Stats helps you track how you’ve spent time across your apps. With version 1.7, Stats Plus users can now back up a month’s worth of hour-by-hour app stats (accurate down to the minute) for a 30 day time span. That’s powerful! Like all the dozen reports the app can generate, this… Continue reading With CurrentKey Stats version 1.7, back up more of your stats!
One of the most-requested features from CurrentKey Stats’ biggest fans (and earliest beta testers) has been: the ability to use hotkeys to jump to *specific* Rooms on your Mac (which are assigned to Spaces/virtual desktops). While users have been able to do this via the dropdown, with version 1.6, CurrentKey Stats gets a new “Rooms… Continue reading With CurrentKey Stats v1.6, new power-user features get added, like jumping directly to Rooms with custom hotkeys ⬅️ 🖥 ⌥ ⌨️ ➡️
Since launching CurrentKey Stats, the strongest reaction to the app has been around its workflow management features. To celebrate that: all Spaces customization features in CurrentKey Stats are now free 🧙♂️ (many were previously an in app purchase). (Spaces are what Apple calls Macs’ virtual desktops found in Mission Control). CurrentKey Stats allows you to… Continue reading With CurrentKey Stats v1.5 Mac Spaces customization is now free (plus easy app-stats sharing) 💥
Quick note/disclaimer: This blog post is from a historically introverted solo hacker, who – aside from personal-use command line tools – has exclusively shipped web app projects until this app. A long time ago I took a day in the library with my (still shiny new) mid-2011 Macbook Air and poked around Xcode with the… Continue reading Building my first Swift app, from a background of web app hacking