Macintosh time and expense tracking application receives new feature and
bug fixes. Trial version available at (

The PandaWare Company has released a free maintenance update to TimeCache,
its popular time and expense tracking application for Macintosh users who
bill clients for project work. PandaWare(r) TimeCache(tm) 4.1.1 includes a
new feature and bug fixes.

Now TimeCache users can look up dates by popping up a calendar in any of
TimeCache’s primary windows. In addition to this new feature, this update
also addresses bugs, including a problem with inaccurate timing when
starting the timer from the TimeCache Remote Control window, and another
problem with printing in user-selected fonts.

TimeCache 4.1.1 runs on Power Macintosh (PPC) machines, under Mac OS 8.0 or
higher. A separate Carbon version for use with Mac OS X is also available.

Fully feature-enabled trial versions of TimeCache 4.1.1 are available for
download at The PandaWare Company’s web site: (
Users of the trial version can save up to 20 days’ worth of data. For
unlimited use, a registration key is provided with the purchase of a
license for US$40.00 per user.

Members of the media who would like to receive a free registration key for
purposes of reviewing PandaWare TimeCache 4.1.1 should send an email to Inquiries about including TimeCache 4.1.1 in CD-ROM
software collections can also be sent to