Tracking Time on Android with TimeTracker

Dmitri Popov

Productivity Sauce

Jan 29, 2010 GMT
Dmitri Popov

Tools like Rachota can help you to keep track of time when you are working on your computer, but it's not much use when you are working on the move. In this case, you need the TimeTracker tool, a no-frills time tracking app for Android.

TimeTracker is ridiculously simple to use, which is exactly what you'd want for a mobile application. First off, populate the app with tasks using the Menu -> Add task button. Once you've done that, tap on the task you want to start tracking it. Press Menu -> Report to view a weekly report. The Menu -> More button gives you access to several handy commands which you can use to export tracking data in the CSV format, back up the TimeTracker database to an SD card, and tweak the application's settings.

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