DssW has released released Activity Audit 1.1.1, an update of the journal of the applications used on a Mac. This new release adds support for iCloud.

In addition to supporting iCloud calendars, any editable calendar can now be used as the auditing calendar. Previously only local calendars were supported.

Activity Audit creates calendar events as applications are launched and quit. These events create a complete audit trail showing users the applications they were using and when. The resulting calendar provides an intuitive visual insight into how a user’s Mac has been used, according to DssW Director Graham Miln.

Once started, the auditing process runs in the background and doesn’t require Activity Audit to be left running. The audit is restricted to the user who started the process.

This user can opt to exclude specific applications or entire folders of applications. By default, Activity Audit excludes applications located in the System and Library

For more info aor to to download a 14 day demonstration of Activity Audit, go to http://www.dssw.co.uk/activityaudit/ . Registration is US$8.99; the software requires Mac OS X 10.6.7 or higher.