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.
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!