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Timelancer

Simple time tracker for freelancers

Timelancer is a simple time tracking app. It stays at the menubar and records how much time you spend on each app. It takes screenshots on every 10 minutes and saves it to your computer. You can see detailed information about how you spend your time on your browser by one click.

Timelancer keeps all data recorded locally, does not upload any data.

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Timely

Automatic time tracking for freelancers and teams.

haabe- Developer @ Snopp Designbyrå
Integrates with Google Calendar, Office 365, Moves, and its own tracker (Memory). And has it's own API, so you can create your own apps to communicate with it.
Matěj Kalužík
Automatically measures your time and has great integrations.
Jean Friesewinkel- Serial maker, most recently @gitshot
I've recently discovered Timely and its "Memory" feature (which relies on a Desktop client for logging activities, capturing window/tab titles, just like RescueTime) seems like it could help further for producing timesheets, as it offers a nicer workflow for turning the raw "Memory" logs into total hours worked for a given client.
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Timely

Insanely simple scheduling and time tracking, simultaneously

Calmbird.io Enlighten before clients ask- calmbird.io
I think this app is able to do what you want.
Troy J. Thomas- Designer
Clean interface and always adding new features.
Chris Smith
Committed development team and excellent communication with users. It is very easy to use, and I keep my time with it.
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Toggl

insanely simple free time tracking

Spa Tzaffaire- G33k mom, IT consultant
Super easy tool to track time with multi device sync. Very user friendly, with a nice interface.
Jean-claude Quénaon- Director
The free version is perfect for small project.
Chris Awad- Director of Marketing Strategy -
I cant stick to one for too long but the one I used the longest was this one, its very easy to use and works on every device
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Arielle Crane
I've been loving this time tracking tool. Super intuitive and easy to use. - you just hit play on the timer and track every second you work on a project. You can even run two timers at once - easily punch in the time you did not track live, just in case - easily track your time by project and activity - you can also create invoices based on the time tracked … See more
Mario Gabriele- Future of Work
Very slick. Like how seamless integration with invoicing is.
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Filipe Martins- Mobile Developer
Timelogger lets you track your time on your iPhone, Apple Watch, and iPad. And can keep all your data updated, secured and available across all your devices with iCloud.
Kate- Community @Tierion
Timelogger is really clear and helpful when it comes to creating easy-to-track schedules of what you're doing throughout the day. You can also drill down into what you're doing within each task to identify gains in skills, which is great for school.
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Hindsight

How long has it been? Track time and history for anything

Hindsight is an app for tracking the time past since events have occurred. It can be used for any events, including personal habits and vices, medications and health, maintenance and routines. While a calendar shows you when something happened in the past, Hindsight tells you how long ago it happened.

Ehsan- EWERX
This time tracker works a bit differently -- it tracks the time elapsed since the last occurrence of an event and keeps a history of all occurrences. It's useful for tracking activities, habits, vices, medication, chores/maintenance, and pretty much anything that you want to track that doesn't really belong in your calendar or to do lists.
Ehsan- EWERX
Track how long it's been since things happened, useful for habits, chores, vices, medication, quantified-self tracking, and more!
Medium
These tools generally focus on the present and future, but our picture of the past remains fuzzy. If I ask you when your next doctor's appointment is, you can look it up in a calendar instantly with minimal mental exertion.
DailyTekk
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DailyTekk
My wrist feels naked without the Apple Watch and on the few occasions when I'm not wearing it my life feels more disconnected (which is
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