Free Toggl alternative
Clockify is a simple time tracker that works exactly like Toggl, only it's 100% free and you can have as many users as you want.
Free forever • Unlimited users and features
Why look for Toggl alternative
Toggl is a great time tracking app. It's insanely simple and gives you exactly what you need to track time, increase productivity, and analyze your business.
The only bad thing about Toggl is the price.
If you run a company where everyone has to track time and fill their timesheets, Toggl can end up costing you hundreds of dollars each month.
Toggl does have a free plan, but half the features are locked away and you can't have more than 5 users, which is a problem when everyone in the company has to track time.
Because there's nothing else that's both simple and affordable, we made Clockify and made it 100% free. If you need more, for a fee, we offer a self‑hosted version.
Clockify is same as Toggl, only 100% free
Clockify has more features than Toggl’s free plan (plus, we constantly work on new ones), you can have as many users as you want, and use all the features you see - all for free. This makes Clockify the perfect free Toggl alternative.
Works exactly like Toggl
All features, for free
Toggl Starter plan costs $10/user/month. Clockify gives you the same features for free.
Insanely simple to use
Just like in Toggl, you type what you're working on and start the timer with one click, hassle-free.
- ✓Track time with a single click using a timer
- ✓Manually add and edit time entries
- ✓Get overview of your time in reports and export the data
- ✓Categorize time by clients, projects, tasks, and tags
- ✓Invite users so your whole team can track time
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We got tired of paying hundreds of dollars for Toggl
I own a software development company and we were paying Toggl around $500 each month so all employees could log time and manage their timesheets. That's too much money for something so simple. So we created Clockify. It has everything a typical company really needs, without costing a fortune.
Nenad Sean Milanovic, CEO at COING