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Harvest

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Description

Track time lightning fast from your desktop with Harvest. Simple project and task selection make entering in your time a breeze. Start a timer in seconds with a click or hotkey. Accidentally leave a timer running and Harvest will give you the option of removing the idle time right away. No second guessing, no hassle. Harvest is fast, free, and always accessible, so you spend less time managing your timesheet, and more time focusing on the task at hand.

Key Features:
● Start a timer in seconds with a click or hotkey
● Simple project and task selection dropdown with autofill
● Option to remove idle time from a running timer
● Show/hide timesheet instantly with hotkeys
● View timesheets from previous dates
● Quick links to manage project and tasks in Harvest

Try Harvest today as your lightweight desktop time tracker. Access more features like invoicing and time reporting when you use Harvest from your web browser. Additionally, take Harvest on the road with our companion iPhone app to track time and expenses on the go. Harvest is available anywhere you find yourself working. Note: You’ll need a Harvest account to track time lightning fast.

What's New in Version 1.4.2

• Better handling of network connection changes
• Minor bug fixes

Please report any feedback or issues to support@harvestapp.com. Like what you see so far? Kindly leave us a review to help others discover us!

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Customer Reviews

Easy to use, intergrates with workflow

Really like the new version. Sometime while I wasn’t paying attention they added a way to keep the timesheet visible at all times. You add time just like you do in the web app. Neither the web app, nor the desktop app have lost any of my data. (This was mentioned in another comment.) No crashes, and everything works the way I’d expect.

Now that I can keep the timesheet visible at all times, the desktop app fits into my workflow a lot better. Seeing the timesheet helps make sure I don’t leave timers running or forget to record a time entry.

Two downsides: First, if I add a new project on the site, I have to restart the desktop app before the new project will show up in the list. (Not sure if I’m not patient enough for it to poll an updated list of projects, or if it only updates on launch.) Second, the list of entries appears in the order it was added. I switch across multiple projects pretty frequently, so it’d be better for me if it was alphabetized by project.

Bugs and more bugs.

The number of bugs in this and every other version of this app is enought to make me want to leave the service all together. Of course, there’s a barrier to exit, but one of these days when I have a bit of time, I’ll shut it down. I’ve contacted support directly and reported a lot of bugs spanning multiple versions, but they never get fixed. The app loses my information all the time, and that’s unacceptable. If you were thinking of signing up with harvest, don’t. There are better services out there.

Just a heads up: not (necessarily) free

The Harvest app requires a Harvest account, which has four pricing options, and only one is free. You can download the app for free, and use it for free with a max of 4 clients and 2 projects.

Harvest
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  • Free
  • Category: Business
  • Updated:
  • Version: 1.4.2
  • Size: 2.6 MB
  • Language: English
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Compatibility: OS X 10.9 or later, 64-bit processor

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