TimeTag - Time Management for Freelancers, Professionals and Contractors
By Capparsa, Inc
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TimeTag: Get your time back.
TimeTag is a time management tool designed for on-the-go freelancers and people who want to track their time quickly and easily.
TimeTag brings everything you would want from a timesheet just a few clicks away.
TimeTag 3.0 now offers the ability to log into your Pro account (purchased separately on your iOS device) and stay in sync!
TimeTag intelligently organizes and groups all your time records so you can see how your time was spent at a glance. Exporting is simple, and generates spreadsheets and reports that can be used by other apps and services.
You also get these great features:
* Easy to use interface focused on recording time
* Time Logging with Descriptive Tags
* Run any number of timers at one time
* Data export (CSV, HTML, Text) with Preview Mode
* Fast, functional interface
* Can safely exit the application with an active timer going
* Powerful and easy filter
* No tag or category creation limit
* Automatic tag grouping per day
* Edit time records any time after you stop a timer
* Add in your own time records easily
What's New in Version 3.01
FIXES & CHANGES
-Added in a new 'data management' preferences pane, similar to the TimeTag iOS counterpart. You can now export a backup file from the Mac version!
-We hopefully found and fixed a bug when setting a tag that caused a crash!
-Sign into TimeTag Pro account and keep your Mac records in sync with your iPhone & iPad! Check it out in the Preferences area.
-When selecting a tag from the timer button, the category of the tag is now shown too. That way your tag names are more easily recognizable as belonging to a category. So instead of just "Reading", it'll say "Reading (School)".
-We did the same thing on the menu bar item!
-New in the Preferences area, you can now set to always sort your tags alphabetically or by category in the pop-up menus.
-New app icon to match the iOS one!
$10/year to sync to iOS. Really?
It’s a decent app, but the $10/year premium fee to sync it to the iOS version is a bit insane. Just allow your customers to sync via iCloud. I was willing to pay $4 for the iOS Dashboard IAP, but I’m nowhere near dumb enough to pay that much for a sync subscription when there are so many other options on the market that do the same for free.