the app is somewhat easy when you have the time to figure it out. the issue i have is that when you sign up you are not made aware that your unable to use all the features. You have to upgrade to $50/month to use all the features and make the app worth while. I would not recommend this app if you have alot of billing etc to accomplish.
I reviewed many different products for my legal billing and consulting service - both for myself and clients. Chrometa is hands down my favorite option for passively tracking your time. I have it connected to my Android phone and my laptop - and I never miss billable time. It integrates with many different programs and even has invoicing options (although it works best with integrations with more robust billing programs). The fee is well worth the additional time you will find - and this tool can be great even if you are just looking to track productivity!
Very happy with my Chrometa time keeper... Finally I have something that allows me to quickly calculate and demonstrate hours of client work and where it all goes. No more second guessing from the client. No more second guessing my staff !
Great app for tracking calls. Saves me a lot of time when I have to bill
This app is poorly developed from a very basic "is this legible" level and beyond, and in its current stage is only useful to passively run in the background, and hope you remember to sync your data. 1) crash closes constantly on Nexus 5x/Android 8.0 2) picture import "error choosing images" every time 3) for software premised on accurate, efficient time tracking through passive automation, the fact that I have to *manually* sync calls and texts... It doesn't track anything else...instead of relying on a push function is unexpected, in a bad way 4) can't create new projects in the manual entry or timer features, or assign existing ones to calls, and you can't create and assign keywords. The time entries also disappear, unlike every other tracker I've ever used where you can click to continue tracking the same entry or others among prior entries, whether on a new line or not. 5) can't distinguish texts from calls or know how many of either you made or for how long (what if I don't charge for leaving voicemails? What if a text wasn't billable but the phone call was?) 6) the charts are completely useless - and contact names are in LIME GREEN TEXT ON A WHITE BACKGROUND. Even if the font color were visible to the human eye, it's still **tiny** and doesn't zoom. A monthly view has two point font maybe?? Also noticeably absent is information i would expect to see in a chart over time, like "today's date" or "[date range for this week]" or "October 1-31" but that might trick you into thinking you can see earlier time periods, which you can't. 7) importantly - why doesn't it passively track applications in use, too? Surely I'm not the only one reading, researching, or drafting emails or other documents on my phone. I spent 170 hours on my phone last month, and only 3 were calling and texting... Lots of potential uncaptured time there, if I weren't using other apps. Tl;dr: underdeveloped and buggy as is. I just started a 30 day chrometa trial so I'll give the primary program a fair chance. But in its current state, I will have to keep using toggl and ubhind to fill in the major feature gaps in this one.
Best app for manage time
Timesheet allows you the recording of your work with a simple push of a button.