AI-Powered, Non-Intrusive Time Tracker

Brings efficiency in the time tracking, with no more distractions; suited for freelancers, consultants, self-employed people, remote teams and medium businesses

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Remembers your work, automatically tracks documents and projects

No distractions

Learns with you - every time you need less and less work to keep your timesheets organized.


Easily edit timesheets using drag & drop in a calendar view.


Assign tags to tasks


Who is behind the product?

My name is Yura Kriachko, I’m solo founder from Delft, The Netherlands. Here is my linkedin page: Feel free to follow me in the twitter:
You can also mail me:

What data do you track?

It tracks window title of current active application, nothing else. There is a button to stop tracking when you don't need it.

How does data privacy is handled?

We are located in the Netherlands, in the heart of Europe, with strict privacy requirements.

You can check our privacy policy in details: Privacy Policy

What devices will it work on?

Currently, we support Mac OS and Windows platforms. The app is targeted for desktop devices where usually the majority of work is done.

Version for Linux could be added quite fast, please write us if you would like to help with testing.

Where will my data be stored?

The data is stored on Amazon Web Services in the Netherlands.

This enables showing the timesheets in the web dashboard and keeping the data even the app is removed. Moreover, it's crucial to deliver smart clustering of activity and applying machine learning models to help automatically tag your projects.

What data will be stored?

The app collects the title of the currently active app and title of the currently active document. It is collected every 5 seconds. The record we save usually looks like "Sublime Text Editor - MyDocument.txt".

Whats your goal to build this?

I was super annoyed by the need to track my hours. Even worse, a way to track time was super inconvenient. I had to constantly distract myself and remember to start/stop tracker.

Other option, which I liked more, was to fill the timesheets at the end of the day or week. However, It was super hard to find out what I was doing recently. I had to look into browser history, into git commits history, my calendar events.

In order to automate the second approach, I thought of a helper app that would remember all my activity and would give me a way to easily fill the timesheet records. Moreover, it would automatically recognize the projects I'm working on.


  • For one single user
  • Automatic Tracking
  • Custom tags
  • Output in Excel sheet
  • Any number of open projects
  • 12 days trial period
  • For up to 5 users
  • Automatic Tracking
  • Custom tags
  • Output in Excel sheet and graphs
  • Any number of open projects
  • For up to 50 users
  • Automatic Tracking
  • Custom tags
  • Output in Excel sheet and graphs
  • Any number of open projects