Trici is currently available for Mac OSX (10.12 or higher) and Ubuntu Linux(14.10 or higher). The system RAM should be 8 GB or more.
All Trici data is stored on your local system and is never sent to any server. Trici works even when you are completely offline.
By default, the focus session recordings will occupy a maximum space of 2 GB, after which purging happens. The recording of a typical 30 minute focus session occupies around 50-80 MB disk space.
For MacOS, Trici asks you which screen it should record, if you have multiple displays connected to your system. For linux, it records both the displays. Currently, this support is very rudimentary.
Trici allows you to track a local git repository. Any commits to these git repos made during a focus session automatically show up in the timeline of the focus session. This is useful to navigating a focus session. E.g. in an hour long session, you might be interested only in viewing the portion after a particular git commit.
When viewing a recording in smart mode, the player plays at variable speeds, playing at much higher speeds, those portions of the session where the user was inactive. By default, the smart mode is switched on.