Obvious disclaimer – I built Horo. Why did I build it? I believe that if starting a timer.
6 Mac and iOS time-tracking apps for remote working If you work remotely, work for clients, or really need to manage your time better, then a time-tracking app is essential for better productivity. The easier it is to track time, the more likely you and your team are to do it. The Harvest for Mac app brings time tracking right onto your desktop, so it’s never more than a click away. It’s easy to start and stop a timer, enter your hours, and look back on the time you’ve tracked for the week.
Time Tracking Apps For Mac
Automate your time-tracking based on your activities on the Mac. Timemator lets you fully automate your time-tracking based on your activities on the Mac. Just tell Timemator what files, applications or websites you use for your work and it will start the timer for you. Automatically!
- Traditional timer
- Flexible tasks structure
- Quick access from the menu bar
- Track billable hours and your revenue
- Powerful reports
- Works completely offline
- Respects your privacy. No data is sent anywhere.
- Native Mac-app
For the last month we were working on some great new features and improvements which we are pleased to introduce with this update:
- Reports Overview: all your relevant tracked data at the glance in one place. There is a new daily view where you can review and edit your recent sessions on the timeline just like in the Calendar app.
- Undo/Redo. Nobody is perfect and we all make mistakes. But now once you accidentally remove a session or task, you can easily undo any change you make.
- Read-only mode: once the trial period expires, now you still can review all your tracked data inside the Timemator Basic.
- Reports: total revenue is now shown along with the total duration.
- Reports: we found a better place for the “Export”-button. It is also enabled only if there is data to export.
- A lot of UI improvements. Updated some icons.
- Updated the app icon.
- Fixed a lot of minor issues.