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„Simple, Satisfying Time-Tracking. 9/10“ - Mac.Appstorm.net
„Elegant Time-Tracking for Freelancers“ - iFun.de
Tyme is an easy to use time tracking application for freelancers, small companies and everyone who wants to have an overview of their working times. With Tyme you'll be able to have an instant overview of your working hours, progress you've made in your projects and if you are still in time and budget. Tyme sits in your menubar and be accessed easily.
- Sync your projects and tracked times via iCloud (10.9 needed)
- Starts automatically with system startup
- Accessible from the menubar
- Quick start & stop for tasks in the menubar
- Global hotkeys: Start & stop tasks from everywhere
- Turn back the time, if you started the timer too late
- Displays the running time and the daily total in the menubar
- Simple project and task management with deadlines and planned budgets
- Option to round time entries automatically
- Works offline, no internet connection required
- Daily, weekly, and monthly statistics about your workload and budget
- Exports time entries as PDF, CSV or HTML documents
- Supports the Macbook Pro Retina Display
- Archive completed projects
What's New in Version 1.1.4
- Fixed a bug related to an iCloud crash
- Backup: You can backup & restore Tyme's database now
Great For Several Reasons
The first thing I want to say here is that there are some basic things a freelancer needs in a time tracking app, and you'd think they'd be easy to find. But I have looked far and wide and believe me, it ain't so... even some of the high-cost applications have large and often bizarre oversights in their designs. I'm talking basics here: Separately defined projects, tasks under each project, multiple individual timing events for each task, etc. (with comments, no less). Very few have had everything I really needed in a time tracker, and most of those had terrible interfaces. But Tyme gets it right.
The second thing is: Tyme's interface is not "standard". It is quirky. It does things its own way. BUT... once you get it, it works well, quickly, and with a minimum of effort. It stays out of your way when you want it to, and gives you everything you need when you need it. It is very well done.
The third thing, as important as the first two, is that the developers responded to feedback very quickly, and they have kept improving the app and adding good features. This is to be commended.
Does it do everything a large corporate tracking program does? Probably not. It doesn't do invoices, for example. But what it does -- track time -- it does very well. I use it almost every day, and I give it 5 stars.
Finally I’ve found it!
I’ve searched long and far for an app like this. Great 'less in more' design approach and the functionality is perfect for a one man shop tracking project and task time. Props to the developer.