Interesting UX decisions My main gripe is that the two main buttons in the timer interface doesn't feel fluid. Would really prefer "pause/continue", and "clock out" to be the main buttons, and long press for the "start clock from" and other arbitrary functions. Would also be nice to be able to continue from a recently clocked out entry, instead of having to go in and manually change the end time.
Hidden charges that are only briefly mentioned right at the end of the full Play Store description. Can't add any more shifts until I pay £5.49 (over $7). What a ridiculous price.
Helps keep track of my husband's crazy hours This is the only one that I found that has the features I was looking for. It is exactly what I was needing to keep up with my husband's hours (60+ hrs/wk). Only problem I had was setting the day pay periods end, it didn't save it right and needed to be reentered.
Location clock in doesn't work I tried this app after reading many reviews that suggested it would do everything I wanted. However no matter what I try, the location clock in and out or even the reminders by location do nothing. If this worked, I'd be giving this app 5 starts AND happily pay for it.
Great I work crazy hours, often starting at 1:00a.m. The office, where the time clock is located, isn't open this time of the day. This app saves me the hassle of always trying to remember when I started and stopped working. At the end of the pay period I email the hours to my employer and in two days my paycheck is in my hands. Works great as far as I'm concerned.
Almost perfect! Love the app. Couple suggestions I have though is entries I would like to sort by year. Currently the only options are day - week - month. Also if it could be easier to add backlog of old shifts. Currently every time you add a shift it reverts to today's date and you have to scroll back. Becomes annoying with you're adding 50+ shifts
Fix crashes when editing time entry comments.
✓Track hours & expenses ✓Auto cloud backup ✓Export data or generate invoices