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Less Time Spent

Business Time Tracking Software


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Published 12/13/2010 and rated Ratingstars3 3 out of 5 stars
by AppAppeal Editor
What can you use the app for?

Less Time Spent was designed to help freelancers manage their time. Every freelancer knows the importance of accurate billing. According to the Less Time Spent website, under charging by one hour at $40 per hour will cost a freelancer over $2,000 in yearly income. Any more than one hour, and that number could be significantly higher. Less Time Spent intends to give freelancers a better way to monitor and manage their time. Through Less Time Spent features, users can accurately bill so they get paid for their time.

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What is the history and popularity of the app?

Less Time Spent was created by the Less Everything team, which is lead by Steven Bristol and Allan Branch. Less Time Spent is only one of the many Less Everything applications, which include Less Projects, Less Accounting, Lovd By, Less Friends, and We All Hate Quickbooks. Based out of Jacksonville, Florida, Less Everything has been creating products since January of 2007.

What are the differences to other apps?

Less Time Spent was created to give freelancers an easy time management solution. The interface is designed to be user friendly. Timers can be started or stopped with a single click so the user can log time accurately. Learning Less Time Spent is easy so the user doesn’t have to waste hours trying to adapt just to log their minutes worked.

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How does the web app look and feel to use?

Less Time Spent has a very stylish, yet professional design. The logo features a modern clock and varying shades of blue. New users can easily navigate the site or learn about features through color screenshots. The application is simple to use but also very professional looking so it is appropriate for almost any setting, whether the freelancer works from home or manages time in an office.

How does the registration process work?

A new user can begin the registration process by clicking the large green “Sign Up for Free” button along the left hand side of the homepage. Users can login through the center column with their existing Gmail account information or create a new login specifically for Less Time Spent. The left hand column asks the user for a username, email address, password, terms of service acceptance and verification (a simple math problem to verify that the user is a human). After entering the details, the user can click the green “Sign Me Up” button at the bottom of the registration form to continue.

What does it cost to use the application?

The billing system offered by Less Time Spent is very easy to understand. New members are given a free 30 day trial. After the trial, users are charged about $8 per month for the service. The user is not obligated to continue using the application and can cancel their account at any time. There are no limitations, either. Users get access to all features and can use Less Time Spent as much or as little as they like. Every user is given the same level of access, which really makes it easy to fit Less Time Spent into any budget, even a very tight one.

Who would you recommend the application to?

Less Time Spent is ideal for any freelancer who wants to find an easy, cost effective way to manage their time. Inaccurate billing can cause a professional to lose their hard earned money. This can add up over months or years. Less Time Spent provides the tools needed to quickly and painlessly manage hours without breaking the bank to do it.

  • Try Less Time Spent for free
  • Start and stop timers with a single click
  • Build invoices with accurate information
  • Work independently or bill for a small team
  • Access all features for one low price


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