Timesheet is a time tracker for busy people

Developer: Florian RauschaDownload: Android
Genre: ProductivityPrice: Free (with in-app purchases)

What does Timesheet do for you? Well, Timesheet allows you to record your work with a simple push of a button. You can easily add breaks, expenses and notes. Or manage your projects and export your data to Microsoft Excel. There are clear overviews and statistics of your work efforts. And all of this can be easily backed and restored to an SD-Card or a Dropbox account. This app just screams German orderliness, no?

Some other features of this app are timetracking, create/managing projects and assigning tasks to them, decorating them with tags, breaks, expenses and notes. There's widget and location tracking support, and Dropbox is basically embedded. You can also assign a specific Wi-Fi network to a project. Once your phone connects/disconnects to this Access-point, the timer will start/stop the tracking.

Timesheet is free and can be downloaded from the Google Play Store.



1. Frankiebeans

Posts: 33; Member since: Aug 26, 2012

been using time sheet apps for 3 years, the one you featured is the first one I used then I found a different one i will leave a link but I find it way better than the one you featured. cant leave a link actually but its called Timesheet - Easy Time Tracking it has a forest green clock icon.

2. TheOldOne

Posts: 196; Member since: Mar 29, 2012

3. Frankiebeans

Posts: 33; Member since: Aug 26, 2012

yes thats the one it gets updated very frequently they have changed the icon for it since I first posted. I find it easier to use and less confusing it also lets you backup to google drive which saved my butt 4 days ago

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