Review: TimeTracker


Review: Time Tracker

  • [rating:7.5] 7.5/10
  • Version: 1.0.0
  • Cost: $12.99 (until June 30)
  • Developer: S4BB
  • Available from BerryReview Store

This is a great little application that would be a godsend to a small business owner or independent contractor.


Think of it as basically a stop watch with a dollar meter attached to it. You set up the session you would like to time (be able to bill out to a client) with your hourly rate and the client name (or bill code, order number, etc) and press the start icon. The timer will run in the background and you can refer back to it at any stage by clicking on the application icon. When you have finished working for a particular client, hit the stop icon and the information on that particular job is stored for you to transfer to a written bill when you get back to the office. (no sync or desktop software).

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In a standard session you can have information such as;

  • Session Name
  • Date (Automatic)
  • Price ($/hour)
  • Elapsed Time
  • Billable Price
  • Pros:
  • Quick and easy to use
  • Accurate billing to clients
  • Cons:
  • No desktop sync or software
  • No ability to add an initial call out fee
  • No ability to split an hourly charge

  • Verdict:

Great application for someone who sees a lot of clients per day and does not go back to the office between visits. With the lack of desktop software however, this program really restricts itself to small business.


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  1. This is perfect for computer tech like me 😀 who fix computers, its small and professional making things a snap.

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