TimeStamps makes it easier to have a look at your working hours and overtime. No more guessing when you come to work or when you have gone on a business trip - from now on, your personal time sheet is always with you.
+++ Staff Pick July/August 2011 and January/February 2012 in the German App Store +++
In the frontend you always set a time stamp with the same big button. It remembers which time stamp you have used recently and suggests the next stamp type. That's why the next time stamp will be working time when you've had a break before.
KEEP YOUR WORKING TIMES ALWAYS IN SIGHT
The frontend display allows you to display different states: current time, working time, break time, etc. You can change the display type with a single tap. Also, the expected end of work is displayed and updated on the fly.
TimeStamps offers a flextime account for overtimes. Including starting balance, correction factor for each week and Days of in Lieu to get rid of overtime. And in case you don't need a flextime account, it can be switched off in the settings.
Specified in TimeStamps' settings of the default work week, the default break can be automatically deducted as the minimum break at the end of a day. If the break time is exceeded, of course, the larger value is taken. Whether the automatic pause is applied is shown by a symbol within TimeStamps.
In the backend all time stamps are listed in different views. New time stamps can be added, deleted or existing ones can be altered.
Each time stamp can be assigned a tag from a self-created list. Each tag can of course be changed later, hidden, modified in order or deleted. Coming soon is also a new type of export, who has the ability to choose specific tags.
Using the backend, you can set work-free days - holidays, leave days, days of in lieu and sick days are an integral part of TimeStamps. On these days, you do not have to work, so there will be no default work and break time. However, TimeStamps does not prevent that you still record times. So you can still work on holidays or leave days and keep track of it with TimeStamps.
In the weekly and daily time stamp view, TimeStamps provides small statistics for a better overview. "How much overtime I've done this week?", "How long have I been on a business trip?" - The statistics provide the kind of information you want.
Various reports can be created of all time stamps. You can specify any time period and send reports as HTML or CSV to one or more e-mail addresses. These report configurations can be reused later.
Not everyone is working from nine to five, five days a week. So the work and break time for each day of a default work week is definable to the minute. Also working without a break is possible with a single click. The setting of default times can later be changed individually for each day.
THANKS FOR THE SUPPORT
If you like TimeStamps, please tell your colleagues, friends and relatives! And we are always thankful for a a positive rating in the App Store.
Questions, comments and suggestions are always welcome, too. Please use our support e-mail address: email@example.com
This app has been updated by Apple to display the Apple Watch app icon.
This version contains fixes to re-enable overnight punching of time stamps and improves the user interface for iPhone 4 or 4s users. It also repairs databases for users that are noticing a 53th calendar week for 2014.
Ratings and Reviews
Great simple yet flexible app
This app isn't the fanciest or the most feature full one of it's category. Yet, it does very well what it's supposed to do: register working time.
The interface would benefit of some polish, as it's design doesn't fit so well into the iOS 7/8 look and feel. But the great big button for clock-in/out makes it very easy to bring it up and do those tasks.
The tags and different categories of clock-in also provides great flexibility to different work environment, be you a simple peon at a big office with dreaded 44h rigorous working time, be you a freelancer with multiple clients and absolute workspace and time freedom.
However to do this app be perfect, it needs to improve IMO these things:
- A bit more polished interface;
- A better report export;
- Geolocation for automated clock-in/out.
Still, I would highly recommend this app as my first option to everyone.
Excellent for any 9-5er
Clean interface for checking whether you work too much or too little. Wish it would show you your overall overtime total all the time, not just daily or a weekly average, so you could see if you owe work or work owes you.
Hasn't failed me in over 2 years!
What can I say, this is the perfect app for keeping track of your hours at work. It's ease of use and seamless user interface makes it a no brainier.
I can easily browse back to any week of any month in any given year to see how many hours I've worked.. This is one of those app you'll use everyday..
The developer, Zyanik, has not provided details about its privacy practices and handling of data to Apple.
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- Oliver Jourdant
- 8.6 MB
- Requires iOS 7.1 or later.
- iPod touch
- Requires iOS 7.1 or later.
- Requires macOS 11.0 or later and a Mac with Apple M1 chip.
- Age Rating
- © 2011-2015 CyanInk
Up to six family members can use this app with Family Sharing enabled.