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WakaTime is lucky to have many of you contributing code to build a better product. Here is a list of all the things people have built. They are a pretty diverse set, so make sure to through the whole list in case you spot something you like.
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Timeless lets you analyze your coding activity tracked by WakaTime. It shows statistics between different time ranges, your projects and their specific statistics, your commits for each project, and the public leaderboard. Available on the Google Play Store.
See your projects, activity, editors, operating systems, and leaderboard on the go. Available on the Google Play Store.
PocketWaka shows your top projects, languages, operating systems, and IDEs. Available on the Google Play Store.
Mobile app for viewing your WakaTime stats, built using the Ionic SDK to be cross-platform for iOS and Android.
System tray icon for instant access to your WakaTime projects in OS X. Build the project in Xcode, then move the wakalet.app into your Applications folder to install.
Quickly displays a summary of your WakaTime dashboard within Chrome when clicking the extension's icon.
Log and categorize time spent in Google Chrome on your WakaTime dashboard.
This implementation varies from WakaTime's commit feature as it compares time spent on each file, vs comparing the time between commits. It tends to be significantly more accurate for those who do per line commits.
A Java-based command line utility to create FreshBooks time entries from WakaTime coding activity.
This is a PHP package for the WakaTime API. If you use Laravel, you can use this package to interact with the WakaTime API.
This extension of WakaTime brings extended functionality to the dashboard of WakaTime.com. Since been incorporated into WakaTime.
Plugin for Notepad++ which is currently in beta. To join the feedback group, please request access to our Slack community.
Windows desktop program to quantify the time you spend in each application window.
WakaTime for Thunderbird tracks your time spent in Thunderbird mail. (Beta)
WakaTime for Skype tracks your time spend on Skype calls. (Beta)
WakaTime for Hangouts tracks your time spent on Hangout video calls. (Beta)
Godot game engine plugin for metrics, insights, and time tracking automatically generated from your Godot usage.
Camunda Modeler is an integrated modeling solution for BPMN, DMN and CMMN based on bpmn.io. This is an unofficial WakaTime plugin for Camunda Modeler.
Update a pinned gist to contain your weekly WakaTime stats.
Update WakaTime summary data to your pinned gist every day.
Shows time spent coding on git commits. This implementation varies from WakaTime’s because it compares time spent on each file, vs comparing the time between commits. It tends to be significantly more accurate for those who do per line commits. Read more about it here.
Sync your WakaTime data in Toggl. Works with paid and free accounts.
A Prometheus exporter for Wakatime statistics. It intends to extend the existing Wakatime ecosystem via allowing users to make use of Prometheus (and therefore any consumers of its API) as companion services alongside the traditional Wakatime web application. This could be anything from including some of your coding statistics in Grafana, to forecasting your coding time with prophet.
Very likely, there are people and contributions we have missed here. Please help us recognize and thank you by emailing us.