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Toggl - Free Time Tracking Software

Toggl - Free Time Tracking Software
These terms of service govern the relationship between Toggl OÜ ("Toggl") and anyone who uses or has access to, or attempts to use or gain access to, any time tracking application provided by Toggl. The terms and conditions set forth herein apply regardless of the environment in which the application is used, the geographic location of such use and the technical means employed therefore. Please consider the below text carefully for it is only if you fully agree with all terms and conditions contained herein that you may use the applications referred to. If you find anything in this document that you do not understand or agree with, please refrain from using Toggl's applications. Any use or access of the same or any attempt to do so shall be deemed to constitute your consent to be bound by these terms of service. 1.

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