mite for iPhone
Tip tap done. This official app brings time tracking with mite to your iPhone. Add, stop, edit, or delete your hours on the go, fast. The app is included in the regular user fees for mite. More info & download on the App Store.
mite for (all) smartphones
Android user, or simply tired of yet another app? Track your hours with the mobile version of mite, optimized for small displays. Simply point the browser of your smartphone to the login address of your account. You won't have to download anything.
mite for Mac
mite.nano is the official app for mite on macOS. It sits right in the menu bar, so you can always keep an eye on the timer. Click it to add new time entries or switch the timer. The app is included in the user fees for mite. More info & download.
macOS: Fluid turns your favorite web apps into real desktop applications, dock icon included.
Windows: mite.desk, an open source client by 69°, weaves time tracking into your Windows desktop.
mite.cmd is a true command-line interface for mite, developed by Lukas Rieder.
Connected invoicing apps
Online accounting software Billomat imports time entries tracked with mite into invoices.
smallinvoice, an online invoice software, imports time entries tracked with mite.
Online invoicing and accounting tool sevDesk imports time entries from mite.
Web-based invoicing tool SalesKing imports time entries on a per project basis.
macOS: GrandTotal, the invoicing application for your Mac, imports time entries tracked with mite.
Connected time trackers
timeBro (macOS & Windows) automatically records how much time you spent in each program.
Connected bug trackers & ticketing tools
Track your time on issues in Mantis, a free bug tracker, thanks to a plugin developed by Thomas Klein.
In Redmine, the open source bug tracker, time can be tracked on issues via Redmine2mite by Thomas Klein.
Trac2mite by Thomas Klein enables time tracking on tickets in Trac, the popular open source bug tracker.