Everhour 4+

Time tracking for teams


Designed for iPhone

    • 2.0 • 8 Ratings
    • Free

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** Note: This app requires paid Everhour account. **

Use our app to easily start a timer or log time for any date, search for your Asana, Basecamp, Trello, Jira, GitHub tasks here and track your time in a single place.

Sign in to Everhour in your web browser for more features like budgeting, resource planning, expenses and more.

As Everhour is a web software first, most of the features are not available in the mobile app yet, but we will listen to your feedback and improve.

This early version serves as a help to teams that already use our service, but extremely need to track time when away from their desk. For example, if you meet with clients or work offsite.

In order to use our application, you need to have an account. Go to our website to learn more.

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What’s New

Version 1.0.2

In the new version (1.0.2) we've added a feature to start a timer without pre-choosing a task.

Ratings and Reviews

2.0 out of 5
8 Ratings

8 Ratings

Yuri927 ,

Need search by project

Need to be able to search by project and show all the tasks available. It’s hard to use this app for time tracking.

techcierge ,

Odd but sufficient.

I chose Everhour over other platforms in part because the workflow felt cleaner when switching between tasks and it’s integration with ClickUp feeling better thought out. The web app is solid and the developers are fairly responsive. As a user of nearly every major productivity app they all have short comings. Some of the drawbacks of the mobile are actually design decisions on the web app (such as how time entries are not discrete and combine in day-at-time blobs) but once you learn to read the codes to track time you can get a solid picture of time spent. The major adoption thing for us now is the same as other reviews in that tasks don’t show up on mobile search well (sometimes not at all) until the timer has been activated elsewhere. It makes it very difficult for our team to go on a project and start the next task. However, flipping between already open logs is smooth and once synched we have had good luck. It’s not a full featured app and is user (as opposed to manager) oriented but that is fine with me. The purpose of a time tracking app is to track time and this does so well. If search worked reliably after task creation in ClickUp I would add another star.

Atxmob ,

Barely adequate

It’s just enough to say they have an app and it gives users enough functionality on mobile. But it doesn’t have any reports, even basic ones. Doesn’t work offline at all (with syncing when reconnected). Not nearly as robust as Toggl app. Besides the service itself has too many limitations, some odd e.g. doesn’t count seconds, only minutes, if one email was used on a project that same email can’t be used on another project, not good at syncing btwn integrations and webapp, browser extension etc. Weird limits such as this.

App Privacy

The developer, VIAVORA KONSALTING, OOO, has not provided details about its privacy practices and handling of data to Apple. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

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