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Time & Tracking

Keep Track of Time


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Published 04/25/2012 and rated Ratingstars4 4 out of 5 stars
by Adam Brown
What can you use the app for?

Time & Tracking is an app that keeps track of how you spend time. It is meant to be used to increase efficiency when at work. It can help you figure out where you spend more of your time and where you waste time. The app can be used by teams of people or even large organizations. It is also used to keep track of how long freelancers spend working on individual projects. With the information from Time & Tracking, freelancers and other professionals can bill clients. It makes it easy to show just how many hours you spent on a billable job. Accountants, lawyers and consultants can find it useful.

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What is the history and popularity of the app?

Time & Tracking is an app owned by Time Solutions of Poland. Investment in the company has come from Asseco Poland Ltd. and Venture Incubator Ltd. Time & Tracking participated in the Mini Seedcamp Warsaw contest in 2009 and placed as a finalist. It was also presented to a group of Polish investors in the Invest in Innovations contest. The app is mot popular in Poland, where it is used by a number of companies. Software companies, media analysis companies and others use Time & Tracking.

What are the differences to other apps?

Time & Tracking is simpler than a lot of similar apps. The app is meant to keep track of the time you spend. It doesn't do much more than that. Its simplicity can make it easier to learn and use. At the same time, this might make the app less useful for people or companies who want to analyze their time more. Some competing apps including tools that make it easier to divide projects by type.

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How does the web app look and feel to use?

The app looks very simple. It allows you to add different projects and start tracking how much time you spend on each. The design is simple to learn. A simple menu allows you to see the current time sheet, see past time sheets, and manage your team. The graphics of the app are very basic. It lacks the pie chart, line graphs and other features of some similar apps.

How does the registration process work?

The registration process starts when you click the Download button from the www.timeandtracking.com site. A confirmation message is sent to your e-mail and your free trial starts when you sign in to your new account. Like the app, the registration process is simple. Only your e-mail is required. You choose your own password. Signing in for the free trial requires no password.

What does it cost to use the application?

The application costs $5 a month to use for companies or teams with two or more people. It is free for individuals, such as freelancers. The cost includes tracking for unlimited projects. It also includes other features, such as add-ons. Time & Tracking also offers to modify the app for each company, at the cost of $30 an hour for development.

Who would you recommend the application to?

The application is better suited to companies with a staff of several people. The simplicity makes it easy to use for staff without much training. It is also simple for management to see how staff is using their time. It is less recommended for individuals. Individuals interested in tracking their time have options with other apps that are more detailed. If you are interested in tracking your personal time, such as your sleeping patterns and work habits, another app would be a better fit.

  • Auto saves all your time records
  • Quick search among many projects
  • Automatic time tracking
  • Suitable for large organizations or individuals
  • Off line support
  • Add ons are available
  • Detects idle time


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