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Time Cop

A simple, private, open-source time tracking app
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What is Time Cop?

It is a time tracking app that respects your privacy and gets the job done without getting too fancy.
Time Cop is a tool in the Time Tracking category of a tech stack.
Time Cop is an open source tool with 509 GitHub stars and 48 GitHub forks. Here’s a link to Time Cop's open source repository on GitHub

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Time Cop's Features

  • Offline-only, mobile-only (iOS / Android)
  • Fully private‚ÄĒthere is no tracking / spying / advertising / etc
  • Keep track of tasks with multiple parallel timers that can be started with the tap of a button
  • Associate timers with projects to group your work (or don't)
  • Start, stop, edit, and delete timers whenever with no fuss
  • Export data as a .csv file, filtered by timespans and projects
  • Export the app's database for full access to all of its data
  • Automatic light mode / dark mode based on your device settings
  • Localized in several languages

Time Cop Alternatives & Comparisons

What are some alternatives to Time Cop?
Simple
It is an easy to use time tracker with a beautiful design, made for freelancers and individuals. It is free to use and no sign up is required.
Toggl
Toggl is an online time-tracking tool. It is popular with freelancers, groups, and small companies all over the world, mostly in US, Canada and UK.
Harvest
Time tracking is simple and lightning fast with Harvest. Set up takes seconds, and there's nothing to install. We've simplified the timesheet and timesheets approval process so you can stay focused on work.
Everhour
Everhour put all the control of your timesheets, budgeting, employee scheduling,
expenses and invoicing in an elegant, beautiful and really useful way.
RescueTime
It helps you understand how you spend your time on the computer by automatically keeping a log of the time you spend on different applications and websites. Having an accurate idea of how you time is spent makes it easy to stay productive
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Time Cop's Followers
7 developers follow Time Cop to keep up with related blogs and decisions.
RAHUL SHARMA
Nikolay Nikiforchuk
Jamal Mohammed
Raphael Zulliger
Mika Andrianarijaona
Nicolas Marshall
Diego Meireles