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Mobile time tracker for freelancers, self-employed and teams
When to use Timesheet
If you want to know how many hours you spent on projects
When to use ActivityWatch
ActivityWatch tracks how you spend time on your devices. It can help you keep track of time spent on different projects, kick bad screen habits, or just understand how you spend your time.
When to use Timehacker
Timehacker will help you gain a better perspective of how you spend your time on your computer through data. Set any goal for yourself and see your progress anytime, get notifications, avoid procrastination.
When to use Peak Planner
- Set your goals, break them down & organize your projects in the Master Task-list pages
- Make steady progress, without getting overwhelmed. With the Daily & Weekly lists.
- Measure your performance & improve. With the Daily & Weekly Check-in pages.
When to use TopTracker
If the core usage is to just track time and productivity, TopTracker does a great job of it. However, it doesn't serve the function of managing the entire use case of project for a freelancer.
When to use Portlr
We help companies optimise their time tracking and project management. Keep your employees and customers happy when operating on a competent platform for time registration and project managing.
When to use Apploye
Growing businesses that want to stay step ahead. Over 500 agencies, development firms, e-commerce sites and startups use Apploye to maximize productivity.
When to use Timist
- Adding unlimited timers
- Beautiful charts for all of your tracked time
- Reminders at the end of sessions and breaks, with the option to keep “nagging” you every couple of minutes
- Customising the Timist Session System for every timer and applying different values than the global settings
When to use Tyme
If you are a freelance contractor, a small team, or anyone that needs to monitor time spent on projects and tasks, Tyme helps you to make the annoying task of time tracking less painful.