Hours Time Tracking

Hours Time Tracking

By Hours, LLC

  • Category: Business
  • Release Date: 2014-07-17
  • Current Version: 3.0.2
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 43.59 MB
  • Developer: Hours, LLC
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 11.2 or later.
Score: 4.5
From 7,185 Ratings


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: support@hourstimetracking.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 Privacy Policy: https://hourstimetracking.com/privacy-policy/ Terms of Service: https://hourstimetracking.com/terms-of-service/



  • Moving to subscription model + reduced functionality

    By The Henkenator
    Between restricting use to two times and reducing functionality on the Apple Watch, this app has not gotten better since launch. Real shame, because it was a great interface!
  • Was an awesome app

    By edogie
    It was an awesome app but they have slowly made the app worthless if you don’t subscribe to them
  • Now a subscription???

    By M Swindler
    I bought this app years ago because it was featured in the App Store. It was a disappointment then but after learning the non-intuitive interface it worked well enough I didn’t want to switch as I only use it twice a year to track freelance projects. Tonight I fired it up to - you guessed it - track some work and instead I got an on boarding screen for new users and no way to get in without creating an account. I’d at least like my old data, so I wasted time creating a login and signing up for a trial to get to it. What a horrible user experience for an app that ostensibly exists to aid productivity! As I said, the app was never more than OK, so I guess this was the excuse I needed to find something better. ☹️ Save your money, and more importantly your time.
  • Not free

    By GTOrange
    I really like the app. I get that this is a business. But it is misleading to say that this is free, now. Because when I go to edit a timer (I misspelled the name - I added it before I was done), it tells me I can’t edit it without a subscription! Again, I get that it takes time and money to create and maintain this app. I appreciate that and am willing to pay for that - an appropriate amount. A small, flat fee for basic options would be appropriate if making the basic options free is not an option. Or only three timers are free. But don’t prohibit users from editing the name and say that this is free. I am going to have to find another option, I’m afraid. I wish you the best of luck.
  • No longer a free option?

    By lakehouse2008
    I was finding Hours to be useful in tracking my work hours as a consultant. The app auto updated and now it seems I can’t use it without creating an account and purchasing a subscription. No need to take up the space on my phone any more- delete.
  • Subscription is overpriced

    By RPRktekt
    I liked this app because I tend to switch tasks at work all the time and the easy setup of new tasks and tap on off was very convenient. Then they made us make an account. Annoying. Who wants an extra account to keep track of? And now they want $80 a year just to be able to switch between more than 3 tasks???? That’s crazy. I really liked this app, maybe even enough to pay $10 for a Pro version or something, but there is no way in hell I am doing an $80 subscription. My old way of manual tracking was good enough. Really disappointing that the developers went this route.
  • Was good. Until...

    By Lonnie Weets II
    App was useful in its free, limited form for what I needed. After about a year of using it frequently to track hours, it’s now going completely subscription-based and all of my prior info has been completely erased. Not the right way at all to get users to become subscribers. Will find another app.
  • No

    By @konquer
    Should have a free plan.
  • Paid/upgraded version laggy, buggy, and crashes

    By Cain999
    Was a four star until the forced me to upgrade to the paid version. Now it’s buggy, laggy, and crashes. Looks like I am paying to beta test. I keep waiting for it to get fixed, but nothing.
  • No Stars - Difficult to Navigate

    By Itsallaboutme1
    I installed the app to track my time through out the day. When I first opened the app, I wanted to add that I woke up at 9:07AM. So, I set a time slot for wake up time at 9:07AM. (It was currently 10:40AM). So, the app automatically setup a 1 hour and 40min window for waking up. When I tried to adjust the wake up time; I had to use a 2nd time slot for what I was doing from 9:07AM until 10:40AM. That was difficult to do. During the process of trying to figure out how to add another time slot; I realized that you only get THREE FREE TIME SLOTS and you have to PURCHASE additional time slots! How can you test the app with only three free time slots? The app also signed me up as part of a TEAM when I had selected tracking time for individual productivity. Then, somewhere in-between uninstalling and reinstalling-the app; ( I had uninstalled then reinstalled in order to rate the app), it said that my password was incorrect and I needed to create a new password....it was a big mess from there and I have now WASTED more than 2HOURS trying to add a productivity app that did not work!!!🤨🤯