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The best alternatives to TimeBars are RescueTime, ProgressBar, and Tim. If these 3 options don't work for you, we've listed a few more alternatives below.
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Best alternatives to TimeBars
  • Productivity Data Junkies. Helping folks stay happy and productive in the modern workplace.

  • ProgressBar is a Windows taskbar app that shows your day and year progress, so you can make time for what matters. 💬 user review: "ProgressBar really helps me see the day progress, jump out of procrastinating and crack on with important tasks for the day" 😃

  • A simple, minimal Mac menu bar time tracking app: ∙ Create, track, and edit multiple tasks ∙ Charts with a visual breakdown of hours. Export to CSV or JSON ∙ Secure: data is only kept locally on your Mac ∙ Various time formatting & display preferences

  • Hours per project. Updates take a few seconds with a few clicks. No timers.

  • We are blessed to do what we love — building apps that empower people. Timepal Pro — the automatic time-tracking tool is our first creation for the Mac. ⬇️

  • 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.

  • Smart time tracking app