Track time lightning fast from your desktop with Harvest. Simple project and task selection make entering in your time a breeze. Start a timer in seconds with a click or hotkey. Accidentally leave a timer running and Harvest will give you the option of removing the idle time right away. No second guessing, no hassle.
** Note: This app requires a free or paid Harvest account. **
Harvest is fast, accurate, and always accessible, so you spend less time managing your timesheet, and more time focusing on the task at hand.
● Start a timer in seconds with a click or hotkey
● Simple project and task selection dropdown with autofill
● Option to remove idle time from a running timer
● Show/hide timesheet instantly with hotkeys
● View timesheets from previous dates
● Quick links to manage project and tasks in Harvest
Try Harvest today as your lightweight desktop time tracker. Access more features like invoicing and time reporting when you use Harvest from your web browser. Additionally, take Harvest on the road with our companion iPhone app to track time and expenses on the go. Harvest is available anywhere you find yourself working.
- High Sierra compatibility.
- Fixed a bug where High Sierra users are alerted to "Set date and time automatically", even though it's already enabled.
- Fixed a bug for some user's seeing project and task fields being spell checked after using the notes field.
- Other minor bug fixes.
Most Helpful Reviews
Great for time tracking - May get rid of the dashboard widget now.
Horrible - If I were tasked with desiging a UI to confound users, it’s hard to imagine I could do a better job than Harvest. Perhaps it’s OK on the desktop, but laptop support is abyssmal. As an example, if you leave a timer running and open your laptop when it has no internet connection, you’ll be prompted to either remove the idle time or continue, despite the fact that the client can’t do either of those things for you. Either save my selection and sync the event when I’m connected, or don’t prompt me. Additionally, you can’t manually start or stop a timer when you’re offline, because the server is the only system of record. Even worse, today I was prompted to remove idle time or continue timing. I selected remove idle time, and a minute later the app corrected me, telling me it was idle or something, and reversed my change. At that point, I didn’t recall how much time it was idle for, so I couldn’t even correct it accurately. Other services like FreshBooks handle offline updates seamlessly. There’s really no excuse for how bad the experience of using Harvest on a laptop is.