Hourly Tracker - Time Tracking App

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Tags : hourly tracker, time tracker, codecanyon

Documentation

Documentation

Admin demo

http://hourlytracker.io/login (read only mode)
Username : admin@mail.com
Password : admin

Hourly tracker is a time tracker application designed to record time with proof of screenshots, all timesheets can be invoices, you can also raise a offline invoices, it is also integrated with file, clients and payment management

Build on Laravel 5.2 which is the best framework in the market with high security . Admin Panel is powered with AngularJS for blazing speed and page transitions

Save money and only pay for authentic hours

Features:

  • Time tracking with timer and timesheets
  • Desktop apps for windows, linux and mac
  • Client and Collaborators Management
  • Easily Switch between companies
  • Powerful invoicing system
  • Integrated with AngularJS for faster loading of website
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  • Easily change task priority with drag and drop
  • User Role Management
  • SEO Optimized Complete website
  • Fully Responsive, works on any mobile device, tablet or Desktop
  • iPhone, iPad and Android compatible
  • Easy to use and maintain!
  • Add Mailchimp Signup Forms and Google Analytics

Documentation

Documentation

Admin demo

http://hourlytracker.io/login (read only mode)
Username : admin@mail.com
Password : admin
 

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Changelog

Author

Imran is a web developer and consultant from India. He is the founder of KodeInfo, the PHP and Laravel Community . In the meantime he follows other projects, works as a freelance backend consultant for PHP applications and studies IT Engineering . He loves to learn new things, not only about PHP or development but everything.

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