Fixed the Reporting crash some users were experiencing with 1.2.
Since we rushed out this fix before a lot of you were able to update to 1.2, here are the 1.2 release notes:
This update may just make your dreams come true. We took the biggest bugs and most requested features and knocked them out.
** Notes per time block (finally!)**
This means you can have notes for individual time entries (before you could only have notes for the entire timer for the day). This has been the most requested feature from day one — we are sorry it took us so long to get around to it.
** Reports can show a breakdown of all time entries **
This means that you can give your clients a line-by-line breakdown of your time entries with notes. Woot!
** Unarchive timers **
If you can archive timers, you would think there would be a easy way to unarchive them, right? Duh! What were we thinking? You can now unarchive your archived timers from the “Add Timer” screen.
** Easy way to adjust timers that accidentally ran overnight / better overnight support **
Time blocks can now span multiple days (they are no longer automatically split at midnight). If you have a timer running through the night and don’t actively use Hours, we’ll assume you might have accidentally left the timer running and give you the option to quickly adjust that time block with a time picker (no more endless tapping the < button, especially for all you dear one minute increment users out there).
** Time zone support **
The timeline, total times, and reports will be based on the time zone you are currently in.
** Redesigned total time editor **
[FIXED] Issue with tapping the widget before it refreshes
[FIXED] Issue where time in report summaries were inexplicably rounded.
[FIXED] The edit timer title no longer says “Add Timer”… can’t believe we missed that one!
[FIXED] Date ranges for reports are now based on when your first time blocks are (instead of a weird arbitrary limit). So now you could technically retroactively report time from the 90s if you wanted to!
[FIXED] Issue where new timers are ordered weird when the app is restarted.
[FIXED] Reports not honoring long time blocks and non-block time.
[FIXED] Some issues in exported reports.
[SQUASHED!] A bunch of bugs that are so little they are not worth mentioning here.
Hours is a 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.” - 9to5 Mac
Best New Apps - Apple
With a visual timeline, smart reminders, detailed reporting, and an interface crafted by Tapity’s Apple Design Award winning team, Hours turns a tedious process into — dare I say — an enjoyable one.
Time tracking seems like a simple problem… and it would be, if we were all robots. Unfortunately, humans tend to have a problem with
1. Forgetting to start and stop timers
2. Making mistakes without knowing it
3 . Feeling motivated to use boring business software
That stinks because our business depends on keeping track of time reliably and we couldn’t find a great solution. So over the past three years we crafted Hours, a time-tracker that folks will actually use.
• Smart reminders nag you at just the right times to start and stop your timers
• Start/stop/switch timers with one tap (even from the lock screen with the new iOS 8 widget).
• The visual timeline makes identifying and correcting mistakes a breeze.
• Rounding rules let you round time to whatever interval you are used to — 6 minutes, 15 minutes, and more.
• Calendar indicates visually how much time was tracked each day, making it easy to see which days you forgot to track.
• Clients, projects, tasks — all supported
• Add notes to your timers
• View detailed reports in the app or email CSV or PDF reports.
See it in action at: http://www.hourstimetracking.com
Please email us if you have any questions or suggestions to improve the app: [email protected]
Want Hours for your company or team? Go to http://www.hourstimetracking.com/ to sign up for the teams beta
- April 16, 2015 New version 1.2.1
- February 15, 2015 Price increase: $4.99 -> $6.99
- February 06, 2015 Price increase: $2.99 -> $4.99
- January 29, 2015 Price decrease: $3.99 -> $2.99
- January 28, 2015 Price decrease: $4.99 -> $3.99
- January 27, 2015 New version 1.1.5
- December 12, 2014 Price decrease: $7.99 -> $4.99
- November 22, 2014 Price increase: $4.99 -> $7.99
- November 10, 2014 New version 1.1.4
- October 12, 2014 New version 1.1.3
- October 03, 2014 New version 1.1.2
- September 18, 2014 Price decrease: $7.99 -> $4.99
- September 18, 2014 New version 1.1.1
- September 11, 2014 Price decrease: $9.99 -> $7.99
- September 10, 2014 Price increase: $7.99 -> $9.99
- August 19, 2014 Price decrease: $9.99 -> $7.99
- August 12, 2014 New version 1.0.1
- August 01, 2014 Price increase: $4.99 -> $9.99
- July 25, 2014 Initial release