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, reporting, and an easy to use interface crafted by an Apple Design Award winning team, Hours lets you:
- Choose between the Professional, Team and Personal version based on the features you need
- Easily create simple timers that track named tasks real time
- Start/stop/switch timers with one tap
- Edit the visual timeline to quickly identify and correct mistakes
- Sync your time across multiple devices including Apple Watch and Hours Web
- Use Siri to start and stop timers
Please email us if you have any questions or suggestions to improve the app: email@example.com
Hours offers an "Hours Pro" monthly subscription for $7.99 per month and an “Hours Pro” yearly subscription for $79.99 annually. When you purchase a subscription, it will be charged to your credit card through your iTunes account and will automatically renew unless canceled at least 24 hours prior to the end of the current period.
Hours also offers an "Hours Personal” subscription for $29.99 annually. When you purchase a subscription, it will be charged to your credit card through your iTunes account and will automatically renew unless canceled at least 24 hours prior to the end of the current period.
To manage your subscription, (including upgrading, downgrading and deactivating auto-renewal), go to the Account Settings screen after purchase. Instructions are available at: https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT202039
Terms of Service: https://hourstimetracking.com/terms-of-service/
- On-boarding improvementsc
- Bug Fixes
Ratings and Reviews
Just getting started
The interface is easy. Just started using this to track my time efficiency. Does what I want it to, and looks pretty slick.
Developer Response ,
Thank you for leaving us a great review. We strive to make Hours the best time tracking app possible and are always thrilled to hear from our users that our hard work has paid off!
Still time to undo the “improvements”
I’ve been using the Hours app to keep track of my hours spent at work for a good year now, and have been so satisfied with it that I decided to get the paid-for version when the devs made it so you can only create a pitiful number of trackers in the free version.
As a surveyor I visit several job sites per day, with varying tasks on each of thoseand I have to track and report specified billable hours for the office, so being able to create a specific tracker for each task, per job site, was a real bonus.
Since I have sites I visit more than once a week, and sites I visit maybe once a month, being able to archive unused trackers until I needed them again helped in keeping my main “desktop” lean and clean. Simply “adding” an already existing but archived tracker made it go “live” again. Wonderful!
With the big “free version is now really only a bad trial” update, a LOT of the apps functionality (for my specific usecase, anyway) has sadly been ripped out.
1:Trying to add an archived tracker now simply gives a message that such a timer already exists, and to manually go into the archive to reactivate it again. The archive is non-orderable and seems to list in order of creation? No search function either. With 75/100 concurrent active job sites with up to 20 different bookable activities I have well over 500 trackers in there. It used to just work as it should, now it doesn’t.
2:when creating trackers, you used to only have to (optionally) link a project name to a client/contractor/etc once. Now you have to do that for every single tracker you create for that project name. Not linking to the client for any subsequent trackers makes those appear in a different colour in the overview bar, and causes it likely to not be listed under the correct client in the report.
Having contacted the devs via the in-app option led to a speedy response from their end (fast, friendly and to the point), sadly not with the result I was hoping for, much to my disappointment.
Even with all these nuisances, it is still the “best” hours tracker I have so far come across, so I will still recommend it.
I would love to be able to designate a tracker colour per client rather than for each individual project as it is now. And I can only dream of some sort of geo-fencing capability being put in at some point in time.
Bait and switch
Forcing account registration and limitations on existing users was despicable.
The promise was that you could create unlimited timers in the free version. Not anymore. And if you want to access your previous data, you now have to create an account.
I understand the need of being paid for development work. What I don’t accept is bait and switch tactics. If I’ll have to pay for a tracking app, I’ll go and give my money to someone else.
- Hours, LLC
- 50.9 MB
Requires iOS 11.2 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad and iPod touch.
English, Dutch, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish
- Age Rating
- Rated 4+
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- In-App Purchases
- Hours Pro € 7,99
- Hours Personal € 31,99
- Hours Pro € 84,99
Up to six family members will be able to use this app with Family Sharing enabled.