The three best alternatives for Toggl Track users that are looking for something better.
Looking for Toggl Track alternatives?
Toggle is one of the most widely used time trackers in the world. It's quirky design and relative easy to use UX has blasted it into the time tracking stratosphere.
But you came looking for an alternative. Numerous apps scratch the same itch. There is no point to sticking with an app that does not suit you completely. Here are the best Toggle Track alternatives:
Price: Free, $6/user per month
Available on: Web; Mobile (iOS, Android)
With almost 20 years of experience, My Hours is built with one job in mind – tracking time so you can run profitable projects. Unlimited projects, tasks, clients, and team members in the free plan make it the best price performance app on the market.
Organize your projects, analyze your time and invoice your clients (or export the data) easily and all in one place. Last but not least My hours has one of the best support teams on the market.
Toggl Track drawbacks:
1. Billable rate flexibility comes with a price
Simple billable rates cost $10 per month per user and extra ones cost $20
How My Hours solves this: My Hours offers a generous free plan with billable and non billable time tracking. In addition you get to choose from a project, task or team member based hourly rates for $6/month per user.
2. Quirky, nice to look at design but not powerful at all
Toggl Track is simple but it lacks the power when you need to run a project from start to finish, from tracking to invoicing.
How My Hours solves this: simple time tracking, insightful reporting and invoicing are the core features of My Hours. This allows you to organize, track, report and invoice your projects all in one place.
3. Lots of ways to track time, but limited ways to analyze hours.
Toggl Track offers a variety of time tracking options (desktop, web, mobile, plugin) but comes up short when you want to crunch down on the data you tracked.
How My Hours solves this: Insightful reports (activity report, economy report, pivot tables and more) that allow you to present your data just the way you want to is one of the best core features of My Hours. For advanced users you can also use the pivot table or export your data to Excel for additional analysis.
Price: Free, $9,99/user per month
Available on: Web; Mobile (iOS, Android); Desktop widget (macOS, Windows, Linux)
Clockify is quite similar to Toggl but offers a cleaner look with the same functionalities. Consider it an alternative for those who are just looking for a simple Toggl copy for a lower price.
Clockify has risen to fame with a free plan, but has since then changed and offers much less in the free plan. A prime example of the saying its too good to be true it probably is.
Price: Free, $12/user per month
Available on: Web, Mobile (iOS, Android), Desktop (Mac, Windows)
Harvest is not a cheaper alternative (both Harvest and Toggl Track are quite expensive), but it offers some more powerful features for invoicing time and materials.
Harvest is recommended for users that feel like they have outgrown Toggl and need a time tracker capable of handling complex projects from start to finish.
Price: $12/user per month
Available on: Web
HourStack introduces a new way of tracking time - calendar time tracking. This view allows you to track directly in your calendar view. This is a bonus for all users who are tired of the usual timesheet and tracker interfaces like Toggl.
HourStack relies heavily on visually planning and managing your time. This is made easy because the app looks modern and is user friendly. The downside of the app is the simple reporting feature that may be too basic for some users.