Time Tagger

Version: 1.2 || Release Date: 2009-08-21 || License: Commercial with demo (US$29.95) Developer: Matterform Media | App Owner: matterform

Track your time just by clicking tags on and off

Time Tagger's revolutionary new tag-based interface makes time-tracking simpler and more elegant than it’s ever been before.

Many professionals, from graphic designers to attorneys, rely on time-tracking software to record how they spend their time and to generate invoices for billable hours. Time Tagger simplifies this vital business task by eliminating the projects, clients, tasks and timers that bog down other time-tracking solutions and replacing them all with a unique and intuitive tagging metaphor.

The main Time Tagger window features a large, easy-to-read field of text snippets, or tags, which users can click on and off to describe the work they are doing at any moment. Custom tags can easily be created on the same window. A flexible reporting tool makes it easy to generate time sheets for any set of tags.

Time Tagger is currently a Mac-only product and runs natively on Intel or PowerPC Macs. Matterform recommends OS X 10.4 (Tiger) or 10.5 (Leopard) for use with Time Tagger.

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2 Opinions

The bugs reported by brh were fixed in version 1.2

So… Is this beta software or what?

I thought I'd check it out, as it's on sale for a week or something… So first it comes up with a rather clumsy licensing screen, on which the demo section seems to not be coded yet. Great. Close the window, and it seems to work anyway.

Bunch of tags built in, awesome. Click them, timer starts… Play around, hit done. Go to get report… Nothing recorded. Bad.