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TimeNet helps you save time, make more money, and keep your clients happy. Make sure employees (or just yourself!) stay productive. Intuitive and powerful interface makes it easy to track clients, employees, billable time, non-billable time, fees, expenses, taxes, discounts, partial payments, late fees, mileage, foreign currencies, and more. Everything you need is at your fingertips.

Use TimeNet's reports to quickly see vital information about your business. TimeNet integrates with Contacts and Calendar. It is fully networkable, and supports Dropbox so you can get work done from anywhere.

Try the free demo today and see more...

What's New

Version 3.9.6:
  • Easily create estimates and track estimated amounts vs. actual amounts
  • Job Numbers - automatically generate sequential job numbers for projects
  • Improvements to working with projects and saving settings in networked environments
  • Control the timer from the TimeNet icon in your Dock

Requirements

OS X 10.4 or later

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Jeff-H. Member IconReview+188
Jeff-H.
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I have been using TimeNet software for years now and its always worked well for me.
Is there any way to make this work on a network? In other words I have two computers in my office that I work from, is there anyway to have a common TimeNet folder that can be accessed, added-to, and backed-up across a network? This would also be very helpful as I plan to add another employee that will be working on said network.

Thanks in advance...

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Version 3.9.28
Jeff-H.
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Never mind...you can! Read it in the manual.

Jeff-H.
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Just another update...

Great program until you update to a newer Mac.
If you "backup" from TimeNet you can't later import this info back in...WTF? Totally hosed on all my data!!!

Shame lack of this feature!!! Are you insane?

Very mad right now!

Jeff-H.
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BTW, I was mistaken about importing my backed up data. My fault! I was able to and all is well!

Great software!

Jrf Member IconReview+1
Jrf
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This is the first time I've written a review for a piece of software - TimeNet keeps my billing, timekeeping and invoicing organized - and the support is amazingly responsive. Simple to use - and when you have a problem the developer is graciously helpful.

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Version 3.9.23
designhaley Member IconReview+1
designhaley
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I love this software. you can look around at all the others, but in the end trust me you will want this one. It does everything+looks and runs great, and best of all it's so easy to use. Support is really great too, several emailed questions were all replied to within a few minutes and the company seems very friendly!!

It does everything, it's incredibly easy to use, the support is great, the price is low. This product is unbelievable, I don't know where I would be without TimeNet! :o)

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Version 3.9.20
stevenhall Member IconReview+2
stevenhall
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I'm rarely moved to write a review; and usually when I am it's because a product is exceptional. This is the first time I've ever been moved to write a review simply to point out how bad something is, and have even gone to the trouble of setting up a username just for the purpose.
After forking out a considerable amount of money for this software I hit rocky ground very early on when it came to using it. With the date format set to UK (DD/MM/YYYY), it simply won't let me choose the correct year first time around! It always plumps for 0008 if I set any date other than today. Worse than this, there is no way to correct it by typing the year in the relevant field (which I could perhaps just about live with); rather, I have to cycle through the years to get to the current one - so correcting the year for every task is a two thousand click procedure!
The product is therefore unusable. I have logged this bug with AppleSource and despite chasing have had no reply. Am considering what course of action I can take to get my money back. Never been so annoyed by a piece of software before.

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Version 3.9.15
lastobelus Member IconReview+1
lastobelus
+1

Well this one took me less than two minutes to discard. Made a couple tasks, selected one, started timer. Tried to switch tasks. I have to go up to the timer button, pause it, go back to the tasks, select one, then start the timer again?!?

Pitch!

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Version 3.9.13
Whit_g
+3

And that was worth giving an otherwise decent application ONE star? I don't think TimeNet is for me (I'm currently evaluating invoice/billing managers), but it's clearly worth more than that. If you haven't given it enough of a chance to make a fair evaluation, post a comment, not a rating.

paige Member IconComment+1
paige
+1

I just want to thank Perry for his time in helping me with a small glitch in my dowload program.
I was a little frustrated at first...but with his help and patience, he figured out what my issue was and solved it in a timely manner.
I'm so happy I choose this software than any other billing program. It's nice to actually have someone directly help you rather than sitting on a telephone for hours and not getting anything accomplished.

Perry felt horrible about the time it took to repair the problem. The problem came up on a friday and he worked on it til the evening and over the weekend....when I wouldn't even expect to.
I am refreshed to know that when I have a question about this product...someone will be there ASAP to help me solve it.

Thanks Perry!!!!
Paige

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Version 3.9.13
stevelg Member IconComment+0
stevelg
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I'd also like to comment on Timenet, re the interaction between musi's comments and aljuk.

To aljuk, obviously musi is not the developer, as I too know the developer spent some time relocating (as was mentioned on Applesource's forums if you'd checked it out), leading to a drop in updates (as musi noted in his reply to your post).

Despite your cynicism, could musi have been a happy customer? I don't know, but it seems more likely than your interpretation of them as the developer.

With respect, what are your comments worth, when they are obviously incorrect, and therefore nothing more than uninformed opinion? So why vent then here as fact?

I can say to those considering using this software, don't listen to the silly opinions of others. Try the software for yourself. And decide for yourself. Its a simple step to check out the forums, and see how often or not issues are addressed.

As for me, I have used TimeNet for a number of years, and have found it to be well supported (except for the time of relocation already mentioned, when support lagged). It works well for me. But its up to you to assess if it works well for YOU and your situation.

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Version 3.9.13
onamac Member IconComment+67
onamac
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Oh, and no, I'm not associated with that company, just observing. If I like a software enough to post about it, it will usually be an overall good review, as I do believe in giving credit where credit is due. I did try demos of the other apps, and this one was nice. So was MacBusiness, but this one was a little quicker and I liked the interface better. But I do believe everyone's experiences are subjective and won't necessarily reflect my own (e.g. many people had problems with certain OS versions yet I did not). So like you, I read all reviews with a grain of salt, and also bear in mind that many may be written by someone who's 13. Not that there is anything wrong with being young of course, but I wouldn't expect their focus of what is important, and assessments/take on things to be the same as my own. So yes, I agree with you about being skeptical about reviews. For the most part though, I find reviews helpful and I'm glad they are available.

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Version 3.9.13
squareone Member IconReview+1
squareone
+1

Time is money when you're running a small business. TimeNet is the best! Easy to learn. Fun to use. Brilliant!

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Version 3.9.11
Applesource (Developer) Member IconDev+1
Applesource (Developer)
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Our website is back up. Sorry for the inconvenience!! =(

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Version 3.9.9
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Downloads 13,590
Version Downloads 136
Type Business / Finance
License Shareware
Date 16 Apr 2014
Platform OS X / PPC 32 / Intel 32
Price $49.99
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