I’ve been using this app for over a year. After trying out at least 5-6 different time-tracking apps, this is the one that stuck for me. It has all of the features I need, is unobtrusive, and flexible. Thanks for keeping it up to date.
This app has made me so much money!
I am terrible at tracking my time and I get paid by the hour. I have it set to remind me periodically ("Are you working on something?") and this gentle nage will frequently either nudge me out of my procrastination excercise OR remind me I'm not tracking my time.It's highly configurable and exports in a number of useful formats (so I can make my time cards and also analyze what I spend the most time on).What it DOESN'T do, and I'm happy is attempt to track my time by app use which wouldn't help me at all since I do a great deal of work in a browser, the same place as I do a great deal of goofing off.It's one of the best $7.99 I have ever spent, seriously!
I’ve spent years searching for the Holy Grail of time tracking apps and this one comes very close. It has good reporting and ease of use down pat. I’d love it if the idle timer was tweaked to allow you to shunt the idle time into an alternate task, but this is but a quibble. The “missing” feature, in my opinion, is the ability to simply add time to a tracking item without having to fiddle with start and stop times… I’d love to be able to simply add an arbitrary number of minutes or hours to a tracking item. Aside from that, an excellent app and well worth the money.
Great App, missing one crucial feature...
I’ve been pretty happy with this so far. It’s simple to use, keeps track of those times that you may forget to turn it off (though with it in the top bar it hasn’t actually happened as much as it used to) and is easily searchable.My main complaint, and I hope the developers are reading these: is that when you export it doesn’t consolidate activities into a single time.Generally when I work I’ll turn off my timer whenever I get up to take a break. As a result some jobs will have 5-10 entries. My client doesn’t need to see these, so as a result I’m back to typing names and times into my spreadsheet manually.Also for export it would be nice to be able to remove the hashtag formatting and simply have the cell be the text following the hashtag. The @ symbol is less of a problem because it represents the client in my system and is simply a tool to consolidate jobs for billing.Aside from those minor complaints, I would highly recomend this.
With this updated release whenever I try to view a report or preferences it crashes so I can't see any of the time saved from the past week. Need a fix - thanks. Otherwise, it used to work perfect and I use it all the time.