Timing 2.0 review: Mac software for professionals to track billable time

f you need to track your time, there are plenty of apps that can help you. Many of them are designed for freelancers who need to track billable time so they can invoice clients, but others track activity on your Mac, so you can know where your day has gone. ($29, $49, or $79) combines both of these features, allowing you to easily start and stop projects, to know how much to bill, and

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