Hours 2.0

The time tracker you will actually use. Now on the web.

#2 Product of the DayMarch 04, 2016
Would you recommend this product?
1 Review5.0/5
Hey guys, wow! I woke up this morning to Hours being on the front page of Product Hunt. Thanks everyone! We were planning to officially launch this afternoon but I guess this is it! We have a lot of work to do and some things may not work correctly but most stuff should work pretty well. I've been learning the hard way that web launches are a whole different animal than app launches. I'll be watching this thread so please feel free to post your thoughts, feedback, and ideas!
Upvote (10)Share
@jerols congratulations on an amazing release! Hours has set the bar yet again for time tracking apps! Great work.
Nice looking app. Reminds me of Toggl.
The key difference between Hours and most time tracking apps is that we are focused on tracking time *as you go through the day* as opposed to later. This focus drives features like persistent timers (you don't need to tell us what you work on every day, just start and stop timers on your common tasks) and the visual timeline (see a visual accounting to quickly identify mistakes and edit your time by dragging it around on the timeline). The goal with these and other features is to turn time tracking as you go into a habit, which means less time trying to calculate your time at the end of the week and more accurate time tracking for companies.
Beautiful app! Yesterday I signed up for 4-5 different time tracking apps since I'm looking for a replacement for our current app. This looks better than everything I have tried so far! Too bad it doesn't have a osx menu bar app I'm not a heavy user, and only use time tracking on some projects. I often start the tracker and forget about it. And then I get an email telling me I have a tracker running 24 hours later. The only thing that has worked in the past is a menu bar app extension which is always there showing me a tracker is running and asks me if I want to continue tracking after being idle for 15 minutes.
@emilsundberg Great to hear Emil! An OS X app is one of our most requested features and one of our top priorities after this launch.
Upvote (10)Share
Hey there! I use Hours everyday since I started freelancing, and although I tried different services, that's only one which really stuck with me, mainly thanks to its simplicity and flexibility. Today, the version 2.0 was released on iOS with a fresh coat of paint, support for 3D Touch and sync between devices, along with the launch of a Web client and a Pro version designed for teams, which makes the app really ubiquitious, and usable on any device. Enjoy⌚️