Best time-tracking app for freelancers.
- Have you tried Toggl? It's a Pomodoro timer with tracking, reporting and other powerful sets of features. You can create your freelance projects and log the time accordingly. You can add a chrome extension for web and directly enable Pomodoro mode from the Toggl extension. Available on iOS/Android/Mac/Windows, everywhere.
- Daniel Alm made this productThanks for the mention, Petr! Timing 2 is indeed a great tool to track your time as a freelancer. You want to focus on doing your best work rather than tracking your time. That's why my app Timing 2 completely automates your time tracking. It observes how you use your Mac, then gives you an overview of that time. Some nice extras: - Timing automatically suggest blocks of time that belong together. That way, you can assign a whole day in just seconds. - Timing can even automatically ask you what you did, as soon as you return to your Mac. Of course all the basics (projects, start/stop timers, reports, exporting, etc.) are handled as well, and we offer a 40% student discount - just send me proof to daniel -at- timingapp.com :-)
- Ivan Mir made this productQbserve (our app) is great for freelancers. It tracks project time automatically and generates invoices in many languages. Qbserve also gives real-time feedback on your productivity – a very important feature for a person new to freelancing. We also have 60% student discount. 🙃
- Super easy to use and lot's of awesome features. Integrates with a number of other products too. We use it every day, and it's great for us. Helps keep us on track and not waste a second. Definitely recommend. Also have a 30% discount from them on our site. Check it out: https://www.getsyrup.com/deal/hu... Hope that helps some Tommy!