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Corina Mackay177

on Oct 11, 2011

4 So far, so good

I've been using Harvest for about a month, and I really like it so far. I'm using a free account, which allows 2 projects at a time, but I had a free trial to begin with and tried out most of the features.

Harvest lets you organise projects, team members, and tasks, create and send invoices (and connect to your Paypal account), and it has a time keeper!

I have downloaded the Android app, but haven't tried it out yet. So far, I really like this app. It does everything I need it to, except keeping track of business expenses. I definitely recommend giving the free trial a go.

Isaac Hopper16

on Feb 25, 2012

5 Great business tool for freelance designers/developers

I've been using the paid version of Harvest for two months now, and absolutely love it. I am able to easily generate project estimates, set project budgets, track time, generate/send invoices, track payments, and produce useful reports, all from an easy-to-use web interface. Harvest offers a free version that limits you to a small number of clients/projects, but the lowest tier paid version removes limits for those who work alone. Higher tiers allow you to add other team members to your projects.

This software has eased the process of bidding for, tracking, and invoicing my web design/development process for a fraction of the cost of some competitors. A five-star rating in my book.

Justin Foley0

on Jun 30, 2012

4 Toast Invoice is good alternative

I recently started using Toast Invoice and fell in love with it. It's easy to use, very user friendly and really good looking. You can track time and generate invoices and manage clients http://toastinvoice.com

Sammy Brand0

on Apr 25, 2016

3 Alternative to Harvest

Based on the my experience I can say that there are much better apps than Harvest on the market. One of them is e.g. TimeCamp - I found the nice comparison on their blog: https://www.timecamp.com/blog/index.php/2016/04/timecamp-vs-harvest/.