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Tag your time,
get the insight.

An open source time-tracker with a unique user experience and powerful reporting.

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An intuitive tracker for individuals

TimeTagger does one thing, and does it well. It's based on an interactive timeline, providing a unique way to quickly get insight into your spent time.


Powerful reporting via CSV and PDF

Hit the report button to get a detailed overview. Produce PDF reports to bill clients. Export data to a spreadsheet for further processing.


Be more productive

Set targets, track your progress, and hit your goals! The integrated Pomodoro method helps you stay focused.


Take it anywhere

TimeTagger gives you the same smooth experience on any device, no matter the screen size. It can be used off-line, and your data gets automatically synced.


Privacy matters

Notice how there's no cookie banner on this site? This site does not track you. Nor does it make use of 3d party services that do.



TimeTagger is open source, has a web api, and a CLI tool to track time from the terminal.

What others say about TimeTagger

Really awesome product.
- Zac
Pretty impressed with the functionality. Great job!
- Varam
Thanks for not using cookies to track me.
- Bogomil
I just found this app and am really amazed.
- Martin
+1 for the self hosting option!
- Ipiz
The UI makes me want to vomit.*
* about an earlier version :)
- Koolk


If you want to purchase multiple subscriptions for your team, contact me for details!

You can sign up and try TimeTagger for 14 days. After the trial period, you'll have to purchase a subscription to continue using TimeTagger. The reference prices are in Euros, but in most countries you pay in your local currency. The basic plan is billed annually by default - monthly billing costs €1 more to cover transaction costs. Payment methods include credit card, PayPal, Apple Pay, and iDEAL. See the support page for information about payments, VAT, and more.

Open source

Like most software today, TimeTagger makes heavy use of existing open source software. I pledge to contribute at least 10% of profits from TimeTagger to the open source projects that power it.

TimeTagger itself is also open source, and available at Github logo Github. This results in a transparent development process. And if you want, you can run TimeTagger yourself!