Tracks PWA is a terrific task time logger

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Logging time spent on certain tasks is an invaluable utility function for the professional - knowing how much to bill each customer or company. Or maybe you have a more mundane domestic use? Back in the day, I even wrote my own utility, Timelog, for the Nokia communicators, to do this as nothing else seemed to exist. But there are now many solutions for modern smartphones - including this rather nifty PWA (Progressive Web Application) running in any browser, including Edge here under Windows 10 Mobile.

From the Appscope listing:

Track timers or counters as you go, you also can track the daily usage.

The URL to tap on or type in is .

Of course, you can turn this into an 'app' yourself with PAWA or just pin it 'as is' on your Start screen. It's up to you.

Here's Tracks PWA in action:


Such a slick PWA, from intro screen to floating '+' control to 'swipe to delete' (below, left). The counters persist even if you close the browser tab or even restart the phone - the timer stats and current status are all preserved locally in browser storage.


Package or pin this and it might as well be a native Windows application - it's that slick. The only fly in the ointment is that I couldn't get the Google Sheet export to work. Just me? Or perhaps this was tested only under Chrome on other platforms? Data points welcomed!

Source / Credit: Appscope