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Description

Easy to use Time Tracking for the Mac featuring a clean intuitive interface. Keep track of time for all your project in one place and then post it to your online service, if you wish so.

We support your favorite online services via in-app purchases to easily update your time to including (each service integration is $4.99, or you can purchase an all-integrations pack for $14.99):

• ActiveCollab
• Apollo
• Assembla
• AtTask
• Blinksale
• Cashboard
• Celoxis
• Codebase
• Ding
• fixx
• FogBugz
• Freckle
• FreeAgent
• FreshBooks
• Harvest
• Intervals
• Invoice Machine
• Invoicera
• JIRA
• KashFlow
• LessAccounting
• Mavenlink
• MinuteDock
• mite
• Paymo
• Project Bubble
• Redmine
• Ronin
• ScrumDo
• SUBERNOVA
• TargetProcess
• Teambox
• TeamLab
• TeamworkPM
• Tick
• Toggl
• TriggerApp
• TSheets
• Unfuddle
• WorkflowMax
• YouTrack
• Zoho Invoice

Don't see the one you use? Let us know and we'll work on adding it!

Feedback? Let us hear it! http://support.charliemonroe.net
Twitter: @charlieMonroe

What's New

Version 2.7.1

Fixes issues with OAuth2-based integrations.

Ratings and Reviews

Best timer we’ve found, Support is fantastic

Web_guy2009

We’ve used mutliple systems that need a good time tracking solution, and we’ve used EON for all of them. The reason we’ve been able to use EON for all of them is that, say we find one we like, all we’ve had to do is email them saying we’d love to use EON for a new system, and BAM, within a few days they will create an integration for us. We’ve emailed about bugs, and BAM, in a few days, they take care of them. EON has become so valuable to our internal time tracking process and is a lot cheaper than SAS options, which have mostly been a pain anyway. I almost never write reviews but I’m writing this one because I want people to use this timer so that it has a long life and we can continue to enjoy it internally.

Not intuitive

joshintosh

Seems clunky and hard to get around on. Its hard to tell what job your on, what the description is, you've got "accounts" and "projects" and then you have to "buy Integration" and none of this stuff is immediately visible. You have to pull down menus in two different places… Way too much to think about, a punch clock should be simple and mindless. Also, I don't know what they are charging now, but I bought it with the last version and payed a lot for a simple utility app. Now we have to pay more to connect to Freashbooks or other service. Feeling like I'm being nickeled and dimed, all in all, not really worth it anymore. Cronomate seems way more intuitive, you can see the things you're working on, you can start and stop them, and you can send them to the service. What more do you need? I only wish Cronomate made a version for freckle. Maybe Eon is trying to do too much by servicing all these different time tracking service?

Great Developer Response

LibertyLover

Found this app just at the changeover to version 2 so the new pricing structure (less expensive base app, and in-app purchases for integration hooks) was better for me. I really like the interface and the integration is working for me. There have been a few issues with the 2.0 version, but the new update (released within days) addresses all the ones I encountered. Developer response has been amazing and they seem right on top of working out the kinks in the new version. I posted some requests on their support forum for some tweaks to the integration with Tick and a few days later I've got a beta from them to try out. They probably can't sustain that level of response, but it's nice to see right after a major upgrade.

Information

Seller
Krystof Vasa
Size
7.7 MB
Category
Productivity
Compatibility
Languages
English, Czech, German, Portuguese, Russian, Simplified Chinese
Age Rating
Rated 4+
Copyright
© 2011-18, Charlie Monroe Software
Price
$9.99

Supports

  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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