February 16, 2011 by Vincent
Chrometa Time Tracking Software Goes Free
Chrometa is a time tracking software for Windows that will possibly eliminate the question “Where did my time go?“. Once installed, Chrometa will track the amount of time you have spent on any application in a very detailed manner. When you’re on a browser for example, Chrometa will track the time you have spent on individual web pages.
A copy of Chrometa used to be cost $99, but you can now get yourself a license key for free by just providing your email address (the key will be sent to your email). The license key will only work on the desktop version though, the web app version starts from $19 to $99.
Shiva @ Webmaster Tips - February 17, 2011 @ 7:36 pm
Wow, this is such a great offer Vincent. Thanks a lot for sharing. Time tracking is really important when you are running an online business, I was thinking of buying such a software, and here I get it free 🙂
Vincent - February 17, 2011 @ 9:53 pm
Great if you are doing freelancing work charging your client hourly. I’m having more fun tracking my “Away” time, now I know how much time I spent in the wash room, eating or doing any other real life task.
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