Toggl Track is a time tracker from Estonia with a great set of features and integrations. Apps are offered for iOS, Android, Windows, macOS and Linux. For some integrations, browser addons for Firefox and Chrome are also offered, which can be used to start the time tracking with the relevant info from the web app. Other integrations are native, which means that they do not require a browser add-on.
Timing is a German time tracking app for macOS. The native macOS app tracks activities in great detail and makes it easy to assign time spent in applications to projects.
The pricing starts at 7,90€ per month (5,90€ p.m. billed yearly)
Read more about the pricing of the service here.
Timely is a time tracking app from Norway with a focus on automatic tracking. The app tracks the user's activities on the computer and allows them to assign these activities to tasks. The recorded activities are not visible to the employer.
DeskTime is a timetracking app from Latvia, with a ton of feature for managing time for many customers and offer apps for all major platform.
Desktime offers some integrations with other services but a bit less than what you are used to from the competition. On the other hand, the integrations are not browser add-ons but real integrations that use the interfaces of the services. For example, it is possible to search for trello issues directly in the Desktime application instead of having to find the issue in trello to track time there.
Desktime also has some features to track productivity and find out what is the reason for unproductivity.
Timular is a time tracking app from Austria with many integrations. As an extension to the time tracking app, Timular also sells a physical device that switches between tasks by flipping it over.
timr is a time tracking app from Austria. They offer apps for iOS and Android. For tracking on desktop they only offer a webapp. The servers are located in Germany.
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