Track how you spend time on your devices. Simple (yet powerful), extensible, no third parties.
- - ActivityWatch is the most popular Windows, Android, Mac & Linux alternative to RescueTime.
- - ActivityWatch is the most popular Open Source & free alternative to RescueTime.
Comments about ActivityWatch as a Alternative to RescueTime
Open source, really tracks lots of stuff, no hidden paid option once you're accustommed to it, huge efforts for making it work on Windows, Mac AND Linux, tracks stuff in web browser too1
ActivityWatch is the best open source alternative to RescueTime. However while the desktop app is really good, the android app needs a bit of work. Nevertheless it is the best open source alternative to rescuetime that I have tried.0
It is very promising OSS project that I would like to see working. But not really cross platform yet as it's not able to sync, and matching browser window to page time does not work either. Activity classification is pain too at this point so I would like to see it getting better in time. Will check back in couple months.0
ActivityWatch is open source and privacy-centered.0
Open source, devs listen to improvements! Great for controling and quantifying your time.0
LeechBlock is a simple free productivity tool designed to block those time-wasting sites that can suck the life out of your working day. All you need to do is specify which sites to block and when to block them.
Project Hamster is time tracking for individuals. It helps you to keep track on how much time you have spent during the day on activities you choose to track.
Comments about Project Hamster as a Alternative to RescueTime
Project Hamster is for Linux. RescueTime is for PC and MAC-13
Kimai is a free open source time tracker. It tracks work time and prints out a summary of your activities on demand. Yearly, monthly, daily, by customer, by project, by action …
- - Kimai is the most popular Web-based alternative to RescueTime.
ProcrastriTracker is a time tracking tool that automatically tracks what applications and documents you use, and allows you to view statistics on your usage in great detail. It is written to be small and non-intrusive.
Comments about ProcrastiTracker as a Alternative to RescueTime
This is the only listed alternative that has actually a full feature set-1
Furtherance is a time tracking app. It allows you to track time spent on different activities without worrying about your data being captured and sold.
Make the internet less addictive with nudges that help you avoid getting sucked in website designs to make them less persuasive, visualises, and gives you tools to manage the internet — e.g. to delete your Facebook News Feed.
Baralga keeps track of the time you spent working on different projects. You can record the time spent on a project or you can manually enter and edit activities. This way you can easily memorize when and how long you have been working on each single project.