Punch Time Clock Hours Tracker 4+

Weekly timesheet & Work log

Trent Morris

Designed for iPhone

    • 4.8 • 22K Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases

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Every week, thousands of users are making the switch to Punch Time Clock®. Try it today and discover why it's the fastest growing time tracker in the App Store!

Keeping track of the hours you work has never been easier. Whether you're self-employed, a freelance artist or a private contractor, it's important to keep an accurate record of the time you spend on-the-clock.

Unlike other complicated time clock utilities, Punch Time Clock requires zero setup or configuration to begin logging your time. Simply tap 'Clock in' and get to work. Tell the app when you start and end breaks, then finally clock out when you're finished. Review your Log to see a detailed list of completed shifts, make changes, or add and delete entries. At any time you're able to export the log for your personal records or send to a client or employer.

You're only as efficient as the tools you use. With intuitive functionality, all the features you need and none you don't, Punch helps you track your hours-worked without getting in the way.


Create a shift from scratch. Adjust the time you clocked in yesterday. Add a break you forgot to log during Saturday's shift. You are in total control of your timesheets.

Simply select a pay period, year, month or custom date range and Punch will list the matching entries in a nicely formatted table you can then email to yourself, a client, or the boss with a single tap! Attached to the email is a CSV spreadsheet file with the exported data which can be easily imported into your record keeping software of choice.

Punch allows you to record your hours worked based on the frequency of your paychecks. Some people get paid weekly with their pay periods ending on Saturday, while others are paid every two weeks on Thursday. You can setup your pay schedule in the Settings screen. You only need to do this once.

Set how much you're paid and what percentage you expect to be taxed and Punch automatically calculates your paychecks based on the hours you've worked for each pay period. You can also set optional overtime thresholds (both daily and weekly) that are paid at a different rate after a certain number of hours have been worked.

Two lunch breaks, three smoke-breaks, or fifteen "gotta-check-my-instagram" breaks; Record all of your [completely justified] off-the-clock time.

Whether you work multiple jobs, manage different projects, or simply want to make note of what you accomplished, labeling entries is easy and effective.

Notes are a great place can keep track of mileage, justify overtime worked, summarize what you accomplished, or just keep personal records regarding your shift.

Forgot to clock in? No problem. It's like the having your own time-machine. (Except, instead of influencing past events to alter the course of human history.. you're clocking in a few minutes earlier.)

If you know what time you'll be calling it quits, the app will handle the rest. (See: Time Machine, mundane uses of)

Never lose your progress. Even if the app is closed or your device is restarted, tracking is uninterrupted and picks up where you left off.

:: DARK MODE :: *
Regardless of whether you think you're a ninja ... or just want to save your eyes from unnecessary eye-strain in dark rooms. Dark Mode is for you.

Punch Time Clock will always be free to use, forever. All core features needed to track your time are unlocked with zero limitations. If you wish you support our app and its continued improvement, a Pro upgrade is available that will unlock extra features, denoted above with an asterisk (*), and increase your productivity even more. Your support is greatly appreciated!

If you have a moment and can leave us a short review & rating we would be extremely grateful! Please send us an email if you have any questions or comments. Thank you.

What’s New

Version 1.2.10

• Fixed a bug we thought was eliminated with the last update but, distressingly, was not. The buttons on the home screen should now behave themselves.

--- New as of 1.2.8 ---

• Fixed a problem some users were having with their pay-rate not persisting in the setting's textfield. (We know that was fantastically frustrating, sorry!)
• Time Clock buttons on the main screen have been redesigned to be more intuitive and simplify the screen by reducing the number of buttons visible at any one time. Tap an action button to reveal the options of 1) Performing the action immediately, or 2) Choosing a specific time.
• Hiding Entry Labels would also hide Entry Notes in the Detail screen. Embarrassing, I know. This has been fixed.
• All screens have been redesigned to better resemble the native iOS user-interface and more fully adapt to the device's Accessibility features. This allows for instant familiarity and ease of operation for users of all levels of technical experience and capability.
• Punch now better support Dynamic Text. Changing the global text size of your device (Settings > General > Accessibility > Larger Text) will adjust the text throughout the app accordingly.
• The status banner on the home screen now updates more frequently, displaying the relative interval since the last action was performed. (ie: "0:15 ago")
• Our new Frequently Asked Question database can now be accessed via the Settings screen under Help & Support. There is also a link to send us your questions and comments. An ever-expanding knowledge-base, the FAQ page is a great resource and should answer the majority of questions you may have or issues you come across. Of course if you don't find the answer to your question in the FAQ, please reach out to us and we'll help you right away.
• When exporting, if an entry STARTED IN the desired date range but ENDED OUT of the range, it was not included in the export. This has been fixed.

Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
22K Ratings

22K Ratings

Silverstar trucking ,

Silverstar trucking

I really like this as a guy who gets paid by the hour for hauling gasoline it’s really critical you keep time after hours you work so you’re a dispatcher all your company don’t get over on you so when you can track your time by yourself you clock in when you hit the on-duty button and you clock out when you hit the off-duty button it really helps you keep track on top of your hours so you don’t get screwed over by your company it’s a really good app I would recommend it to anybody to use you just have to remember to clock in and out I will see you’re going to lose track and if you do you can always edit it that’s the option I really like

JP Kmiami ,


It almost does everything I need it to. Wish there was a way to group ours under different job names so you could see total hrs for specific locations then show combined totals. Also needs a way to change pay scale by day or job instead of forcing you to only have one option for pay. At my job I am paid different amounts hourly for different jobs that I do. It would be nice to actually get an accurate total and the end of my two weeks rather than having to go back and do the math to get the correct totals. Also when I send in my totals it shows my pay incorrectly so I can’t really use the send to another user function because the pay is off which causes me to have to type everything out manually and then submit. So really the only thing I find that it does well for me is track hours. For a paid subscription I would have expected a little more. Not the worst but could be way better and more useful with just a few extra added features.

SeanM24 ,

Good simple time clock

I like how simple it is to use. It has labels in pro version where you can write down the job name if you have multiple customers in a day. Or you can use the label feature to write down your company name, just keeps thing organized and clean looking.

Only issue I have is the the export feature. Does not work. It says check your email settings and come back again. So I go to my setting, find this app and open its setting, only two are available, Siri & Search and use cellular data. No option for email. I have gmail, so I go to my gmail app settings through iPhone settings and this app doesn’t show up.
Exporting will help out so much as my brother just started a business and needs a clean data log of my hours.
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