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8 Free Time Tracking Apps For Freelancers

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  1. Daniel says:

    We actually have been using Time Doctor as our time tracking tool and so far it has been effective in managing our tasks and monitoring our computer activity.

  2. Hi,

    Nice list! I would also like to introduce our time tracking app http://Yanomo.com to you. We have completely developed it around a simple online calendar where you can plan tasks and write time from one place. Since we developed it ourselves I will leave rating it to others but feel free to have a look.

    Google calendar sync
    – Time tracking
    Invoicing
    – Flexible rates per user/client/project
    – Task scheduling
    – Accurate progress estimation though “Team sourcing”
    – Project budgets, estimates and timelines
    Reporting by user, client, project, phase and task
    – Every report exportable to csv

    Kind regards,
    Joost Schouten
    Yanomo – Time tracking and Invoicing

  3. Kelly says:

    As a long-time freelancer who’s new to time tracking, I’d like to add one more to the list – Hours Tracking (http://hourstracking.com). It’s relatively new, web-based and super easy to use. At $1/month for freelancers, it might as well be free.

    It’s also important to note that some of the products listed above offer very limited features (or a limited number of projects) for their free account holders. Thanks for the post!

  4. Anna says:

    I am using Timetrack – http://www.timetrack.eu – not as popular as those described above, but I think it can compete with them :)the layout is very simple and transparent, it’s free for up to 10 projects and runs for windows, linux, mac and also for mobile phones so you can use it everywhere.

  5. Kevin says:

    OfficeTime is available for iOS, Mac and Windows and was designed to be simple to track and report your time. It does not require a monthly subscription fee and we are so confident in OfficeTime’s ability to produce a tangible return-on-investment that we offer a full money-back guarantee if the app doesn’t pay for itself by registering more time than the user otherwise would have logged and invoiced.

    Check it out at http://www.officetime.net. Thanks!

  6. Marietta says:

    Thanks for sharing this software. I have been freelancing for a few months now and I had no idea where I could find great time tracking software like this. Thanks so much for sharing, this is really going to be a huge help!

  7. Jay says:

    Nice list, but you left off Fanurio.

    Fanurio helps with the less appealing aspects of freelancing like invoicing and keeping track of time. It’s a useful application, with a user-friendly interface.