Hours Time Tracking 4+
Time tracking made easy!
- Offers In-App Purchases
Hours Time Tracking let's you track time as an individual, freelancer, contractor, employee or as part of a team. Activate a simple timer to track where you spend your hours, use the visual timeline to correct mistakes or use the bulk timesheet entry to create a timesheet after the fact. Flexibility makes this the ideal time tracker tool to track all of your hours easily and quickly.
Whether you are tracking personal time or tracking your hours as a professional such as a freelancer, developer, contractor or part of a Team for employee time tracking, the Hours app is the perfect choice for an easy time tracker.
Multiple hours tracking options:
Hours Personal - easily track time for personal use.
Hours Professional - enables freelancers, contractors and entrepreneurs to track time on projects and invoice for their time.
Hours Teams - enables collective tracking for team members working on a project.
"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 tasks real time or use our timesheet option for after the fact time entry
- 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
- Invoice for your time with the Professional and Team versions
- Use Siri to start and stop time tracking
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 $59.99 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 $19.99 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/
- Fixed an issue where the app would sometimes lockup after logging in
Ratings and Reviews
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Update: I still love this app!! The reporting functionality has been much improved (my needs as a solo user are limited but real) since my last review below and I’ve had only rare crashes. I can’t imagine using any other time tracker at this point. I started with this app a long time ago, was a happy user, then had to abandon it when it started acting up in some of the ways to which other users have attested. I contacted support but didn't see the main issue I was having (overlaps I couldn't get rid of) go away. So I reluctantly switched to a different and app. Finding the replacement program lacking after several months' use, I contacted Hours customer support about my issues to see if there might have been any updates that could have addressed them, and was encouraged to try Hours again. I've been using it continuously since April, and it's now working as advertised. I do still occasionally get unintended overlaps when switching tasks or changing labels for a task -- it seems to happen when my internet connection is slow and the sync lags a bit. But such overlaps are rare and easy to locate and correct. I use the program to track my work as an academic in the humanities, so I can't comment the team features, but for solo time tracking this is the best I've used. I've tried half a dozen time tracking apps over the years. The closest competitor I've worked with is Toggl, but in my view Hours wins handily.
Developer Response ,
Welcome back to Hours and thanks for your kind words! We want tracking your time to be easy and convenient. We are always looking for ways to improve. Thanks for spending your "Hours" with us!
Great! Simple! Needs Some Improvements w/UI
Update: Still a great app and improvements made!! I think the only thing that is needed is for more information to be explained on the subscriptions on the App Store and also online. The “personal (yearly)” subscription is perfectly priced!! Great features for a freelancer! (Should just call it “Freelancer”) and the pro “Team” and some description. Props for making this incredible app!
Previous Review: So far this has almost all the main features needed to be a great solution to time management and reporting, but there are some things that can be improved, namely UI. I’ve made these suggestions and their staff has been quick to communicate. Using paid version now.
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!
Great on the phone and old watches. But no support for series 4.
With my phone and old watch, this was a 5-star app; with my only slight disappointment being the lack of ability to set overtime rules. But that’s easy enough to deal with myself after I export my CSV.
BUT: The complication no longer works on the Apple Watch. I upgraded to the Series 4 yesterday, and the Hours complication will not let me add it to new faces. The app synced over, and it works when I launch it manually. The complication even works still on my legacy faces that transferred over when I switched. But I can’t add it to the new faces I’ve been trying to set up. This a problem for me, given my workflow and my unpredictable need for time tracking. My work is fairly interrupt driven and only certain clients and projects need to be tracked. So the ability to switch time tracking with just a couple of taps to the wrist was a godsend.
So, tl;dr, this is a 5-star app on old hardware. But I guess the devs have abandoned it on the meantime, and if you have current hardware, you’re unsupported moving forward. So minus 2-stars on current gear.
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- 4.6 MB
- Requires iOS 12.2 or later.
- Requires iPadOS 12.2 or later.
- iPod touch
- Requires iOS 12.2 or later.
- Requires macOS 10.15 or later.
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- In-App Purchases
- Hours Pro Monthly $7.99
- Hours Personal Yearly $19.99
- Hours Pro Yearly $59.99