Hours Time Tracking

Hours Time Tracking

By Hours, LLC

  • Category: Business
  • Release Date: 2014-07-17
  • Current Version: 2.9.3
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 43.39 MB
  • Developer: Hours, LLC
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 10.3 or later.
Score: 4
From 2,998 Ratings


Hours is the time tracker you will actually use. "The Perfect iPhone Time Tracking App" - Forbes "Surprisingly pleasant to use…well-thought-out interface" - TechCrunch “The world’s easiest way of tracking your time.” - 9to5Mac Best New Apps - Apple With a visual timeline, smart reminders, detailed reporting, and an interface crafted by and Apple Design Award winning team, Hours turns a tedious process into — dare we say — an enjoyable one. Time tracking seems like it should be easy…and it would be, if we were all robots. Unfortunately, humans tend to have problems with 1. Forgetting to track your time in the first place 2. Forgetting to note when you change tasks 3. Forgetting to stop a timer after you start one So Hours lets you: • Set smart reminders to nag you at just the right times to start and stop your timers • Start/stop/switch timers with one tap (now even from the home screen with 3D Touch) • Use the visual timeline to easily identify and correct mistakes • Set rounding rules to round time to whatever interval you are used to — 6 minutes, 15 minutes, and more • Quickly see on a calendar view which days you tracked time and which days you forgot • Track your time by clients, projects, and tasks if you need to • Add notes to your time entries • View on-screen reports in the app, or email detailed CSV or PDF reports New in 2.0: • Sync your time with Hours on the web, where you can track time from your desktop and view beautiful reports • Now your whole team can use Hours to track, report, and analyze time Please email us if you have any questions or suggestions to improve the app: support@hourstimetracking.com -- The Hours Pro subscription, which provides additional reporting options, costs $7.99 per month. The subscription will be charged to your credit card through your iTunes account and will automatically renew unless canceled at least 24 hours before the end of the current period. Though your subscription for the current month cannot be canceled, you can turn auto-renewal off in your account settings after purchase. See instructions here: https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT202039 Privacy Policy: https://hourstimetracking.com/privacy-policy/ Terms of Service: https://hourstimetracking.com/terms-of-service/




  • Pushy

    By stearns
    Seems like it might be fine, but pestered me about writing a review way too soon. I have no idea whether it’s a good app, but if the developer is pushing the review this early, I worry they may not be very good about thinking from a user’s perspective.
  • Nice looking time tracking app

    By Simdude
    Update Dec 07,2017 The developer replied to my problem exporting without a subscription account and I was incorrect. You can export hitting the share icon to the left of a category you see in the reporting window. Apologies to the developer. I’ve updated to 5 stars. Update Nov 30,2017 This is still one of the nicest looking time tracking apps but the changes to a subscription model might make it a poor choice if you’re not a company. I was a paid pro user. I was fine with the optional subscription model giving new features like syncing across devices or web access. The thing that kills it for me is if you use the free version (my previous $6.99 purchase is useless now) you have NO way to export your data. So if you want to email a summary of hours and notes forget it unless you want to pay $8/month. The developer should have kept a single paid version that allowed this one feature. If this is important to you, the best app I’ve found so far is HoursTracker by Cribasoft. Update April 14, 2016 I had given up on this app with the recent bugs and tried another. While the other app was robust and had a great watch app I found a major omission. I could archive projects. This was leaving me with a huge list that would only grow. So I decided to try Hours again after seeing some updates to address the bugs. Much better now. I would have given it 4.5 stars because I would love an Hours complication on the watch but I rounded up to 5 stars since the developers fixed the problems quickly. Update March 16, 2016 I really wanted to keep using this app once the Watch app came out but since moving to cloud sync it seems very buggy. The Watch is a perfect way to track time but I often tap to start or stop and nothing happens. I've lost entries due to this. I've also been watching my battery monitor on my iPhone and the Hours background task is now one of the heavy hitters. The app is so nice looking and powerful but I can't work with the bugs so I'm switching to another for now that seems more robust with a nice Watch app. Hopefully they will work out the bugs with Hours. Previous review Even as a salary worker this is a great app for tracking time. I have to itemize all my charges and this app makes it simple. Every Friday I just email a pdf report to my work email and use to generate a status report for my supervisor. Great app.
  • Love it!

    By hhbhave
    I love the clean and elegant UI! My one feature request would be to send me a reminder to start tracking time on a major location change — e.g. ask me to start tracking time when I arrive at somewhere or to remind me to stop a running timer when I leave.
  • There has to be an easier way

    By Disappointed197600
    There has to be an easier way to run two timers at once. My method now is clunky and awkward and it's a pain. Currently I've got individual timers that say "task 1 > subtask 1" and "task 1 > subtask 2" "task 2 > subtask 3" and the like. This is easier than going back and adding notes because it gives a defined break in task for a specific subtask under a single task. However, having "task 1" run while you switch back and forth between set subtasks would be easier and less cluttered than how I have it set up now.
  • Freelancer

    By Stickz405
    Best product for working with clients.
  • Simple but works great

    By bluemeanieface
    No issues so far. have kept track of my work for over two weeks. Would like greater reporting flexibility but I guess that’s how the getcha
  • One serious flaw

    By Bono kanamp
    Beautiful app. Well made. Not actually using because of one problem: in order to start a task I have two brows through my list of project and find it, or create a new one, and then create a task. Too time consuming. I cannot just type it and it doesn’t have auto complete, unlike Toggl for instance.
  • The best

    By Vis Berg
    This is literally the best app I have ever used for iOS in a while, it seamlessly follows the design language of iOS 11, and it also has fluid, fast navigation. Managing hours in your day has never been easier and these people have built the best app for iOS, for me upgrading from the Reminders app to Hours was a good choice! Well done to the developers, highly recommend for all! 😃
  • I want to 'love' but I keep losing data across multiple devices

    By 210201
    I noticed the app is much faster in the Apple Watch. I keep having issues syncing across multiple devices. Refreshing or force quitting rarely works. I’d give 5/5 if data from one device would reliably sync across my devices. Currently, this app is not worth the subscription
  • widget

    By juiceman401
    most recent update turned clocks in widget used as buttons to start any one of the timers into blank white dots. restarting does not resolve otherwise functional — iphone 6s / ios 11.2