Pros: We give two thumbs up to Time sheet reports. They are very simple, but easy and clear. This software is integrated with a great number of apps. A mobile app of this program exists, as well as work payment tools. Low price.

Cons: No real-time employee monitoring option or screen video option available. It does not have stealth mode.

Our opinion: Another advanced time tracker.

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Time Doctor is a time tracking and Employee Monitoring Software that helps its users maximize their productivity.

The pros of the program include the fact that it makes tracking time and monitoring employee productivity quite easy. The comprehensive tracking capabilities of Time Doctor allow the supervisor to quickly identify areas of work that can be improved in order to increase productivity.

There are, however, some cons of the program. For example, if you’re an admin or a user, you have to switch between desktop apps and web-based client.

Time Doctor Pricing

Free Plan: includes task and time tracking on the desktop client.
Standard Plan: $9.99/month per user.
You get two free months when you pay for 10 months upfront.
14 day free trial.

Full Review

It is crucial to understand how the members of your team use their time. This understanding can help you increase work rate and maximize the capacity of each employee. Time Doctor is an excellent and really helpful tool for many companies. Compared to other time tracking systems, we especially like the flexibility of the software. 

Time Doctor is a popular time management and Employee Monitoring Software that helps its users improve their productivity and understand what the employees in their company are doing during their working hours. Users have been reported to experience a 22% increase in productivity as a result of using the software.

Time Doctor has desktop, web and mobile components that help freelancers, small businesses and large companies analyze their working habits in order to determine how they spend their time. People with administrator rights can allocate tasks and projects through the web-based dashboard. This dashboard includes different features such as time tracking, screenshot monitoring and website/app usage.

Let’s say you’re a Time Doctor user. In order to track time, you should download the desktop app. It will keep track of how much time you’ve spent working on any certain project. This can become helpful not only for billing purposes, but also for improving productivity. The system includes such advanced time tracking feature as a reminder to start tracking time and a reminder to stop doing that. These features are an improvement over other systems that can often be inaccurate due to the fact that some users may forget to log their time.

We can summarize by telling you that Time Doctor is a well-developed solution that helps individuals and companies manage their time more efficiently and improve their productivity.

Key Features

Time Tracking

Time Doctor has nice time-tracking functionality. Users can download a Chrome extension or install the desktop app, which is available for both MacOS and Windows. Tasks can then be added through the app. It’s fairly simple – when the user is ready to begin tracking time for a certain task, they simply hit the play button.

Another thing you can do is group tasks into projects. This option can help you gain a proper understanding of how your employee’s efforts translate into key business objectives. Multiple tasks can be added to a project. There are also permanent tasks for any work that needs to be done on a regular basis.

Tracking begins immediately. Once the user starts tracking, the desktop app runs in the background and monitors time, the websites that have been visited, the apps that have been used. The program even tracks keystrokes/mouse movement in order to provide a comprehensive breakdown for each task and project. Recording stops when the user indicates they are on a break by hitting the stop button. Tracking resumes only when they press play. If a computer is idle for too long, a pop-up appears asking the user if they are still working. If there is no response, a break is automatically initiated. If you forget to start the timer, you can add manual time, but this will be indicated in a different color, and the manager will have to approve that input.

Website & Application Usage Tracking

It is essential for companies to understand how employees use allocated time in order to achieve better results. Time Doctor monitors the websites that employees visit and apps that they use. It also shows for how long the programs were used.

Another feature that helps keep track of employees is the screenshot functionality. It can be helpful for companies that have remote workers, Time Doctor can be set to take screenshots of a user's monitor at preset intervals (between 3 – 30 minutes). Another thoughtful option is the fact that screenshots can be deleted by users if they want to protect their privacy (any associated time will also be deducted).


Payroll allows you to compensate employees based on hours tracked or as fixed-rate payments. Payment options like PayPal, Payoneer (for client invoicing) and TransferWise are available. All currencies are accepted. A recent Payoneer integration now allows employees to request money too. The software doesn’t charge any additional transaction fee for processing payments.


Time Doctor has a range of reports that are helpful to monitor progress on projects and employee productivity. An administrative dashboard that’s only available on the web-based client appears when you first log in. It displays an overview of all users and their logged time. By clicking on the "Reports" tab you’ll see several built-in reports that provide more detailed insights into the time your employees have spent on various projects and the websites & apps they’ve visited.

You can view each report based on the day, week or month. Reports can be exported. You can share them with managers. These analytics provide valuable insights into work habits of the employees of the company.

Let’s talk about "Poor Time Use" report. It can help you identify employees who aren’t managing their time appropriately. Potential non-work related sites appear on the report if a user spends more than 10 minutes browsing a flagged site, like Facebook or YouTube. 

Mobile App

Though most users typically use the desktop app, Time Doctor also has a mobile app option that helps companies track time when users aren’t working on a computer.

This is especially helpful for sales reps that don’t really spend that much time in the office. The app is available for Android and iOS. It displays an overview of all tasks and projects. The app also has a GPS tracking feature that can be used to track a team member location when it may become necessary. 


Viacheslav Zimyatov,