Welcome to Bill4Time's companion Mac desktop app. Bill4Time’s Mac app is the best in class and the easiest way to track time, manage projects, and organize expenses. Your entries will be saved if you are offline and will sync when you are back online.
Sign up for a free Bill4Time account right from your desktop - no credit card required!
Free account users can manage time and billing for 1 user, 3 clients, 5 projects and includes 100MB of storage
Standard users have access to all clients and projects in their accounts
TRACK TIME AND EXPENSES BY CLIENTS AND PROJECTS
Easily track time with our one-tap timer. Even track non-billable time!
Access, add, and edit client or project details on the go
Expense management includes the ability to markup, add full descriptions, and customize expense types
LEGAL BILLING FEATURES (AVAILABLE ON ALL LEGAL PLANS)
ABA task codes
Trust and IOLTA accounting
LEDES and litigation advisor exports for all invoices
WEB VERSION INCLUDES
Customizable invoices and dedicated client portal
Visualized analytics dashboards to see trends and quickly surface data
Reporting and analytics tools with over two dozen configurable reports
Accounting integration with Quickbooks
“The software is very intuitive and I needed no training to get up and running. Wanting to keep my overhead low and have access anywhere, Bill4Time has been perfect. What has been especially useful is the iPhone app I use daily for time entries wherever I may be.”
-Andrew L. Nesbitt, Esq. Nesbitt Law PLLC, Charlotte, NC
Integration with desktop menu bar, minor fixes and performance optimizations.
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
Looks advanced, but fails to live up to the visual.
Do not use bill4time - you have been warned
WARNING: The start/stop timers on this Mac OS X app (and the Chrome app) do NOT work reliably. Do not waste your money on a bill4time subscription.
After nearly three years as a subscriber, I am cancelling my subscription because bill4time simply fails at fulfilling its core function—tracking my time.
I have been telling bill4time about the problems with its start/stop timers since March 2015. Yes, that’s right, 2015! When I first alerted them to bugs in the Chrome app, the bill4time reps told me their developers couldn’t recreate the bugs I was seeing, and that, in any event, they were working on a Mac desktop app which should work fine.
In the ensuing months, I alerted bill4time to more problems with the start/stop timers which were causing me to lose the billable time I had previously tracked. Their developers still couldn’t figure it out. I remained a bill4time user for so long because: 1) the user interface is admittedly quite nice for lawyers tracking time, 2) I wanted to be patient with a startup that was still working out the kinks, and 3) I didn’t want the hassle of switching platforms.
When this Mac desktop app arrived, I was hoping the timers would finally be fully functional. Nope! They’re worse!
I sent bill4time video recordings of my screen which show how their apps fail to capture my billable time. Even though the bill4time reps admit it’s a problem, their developers still don’t know how to fix it. In fact, they still can’t even figure out how to recreate the problem, which probably speaks volumes about their skill-level.
I was quite loyal to bill4time for a long while, and even spent a lot of my time doing free quality control for them by sending them screenshots and screen recordings of the bugs in their apps. After all that, they wouldn’t give me a refund for my troubles—not even for one month.
After some research, I discovered that there are better apps out there. Don’t waste your money on bill4time. You’d be better off just manually entering your time in a spreadsheet.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.