Good overall; it's more convenient to start and stop (widgets FTW) than the last app I tried. BUT: editing times or adding a session needs to be a little clearer. And as a freelancer, I have jobs that are "inactive" for long periods of time, but I need to be able to pick them up again. I can "archive," but then I don't know if I can bring it back. I'd like to be able to choose what's active in my widget/project list to keep from having 20 jobs listed when I'm really only working on two.
I tried several apps before deciding upon Jiffy. It has a clean interface that is easy to use, and good export functionality. The app works offline. You can backup to a google account. (It doesn't do invoicing, billable vs unbillable hrs or expenses logging.) Wishlist: 1. ability to set the default project color (I haven't found a way to do it, I have to keep changing it to what I want) 2.ability to group by customer on the main screen, and have the projects appear in dropdowns. (Rather like projects/tasks do just now) 3. To be able to copy a project and associated tasks (not any tracked times). There doesn't appear to be a way of doing this just now
July 2017 Update: Still good, still dead. No updates since February. Also, sync does not work reliably anymore, keeps switching off. Original Review: Feature-rich time tracker with amazingly intuitive and powerful, even though slightly incomplete interface. Also, it's a dead app. Though support may respond (with a major delay), bugs aren't fixed and no features are being added.
I am pretty sure this app is wonderful but I just don't understand it. And I am tech savvy. But I just can't seem to fraps the understanding of the project and customer prioritization method. I've tried putting two customers under one project but can't seem to figure out how to achieve this. There also isn't a help option on the app nor the website. I gave it 3 stars because I'm giving it the benefit of a doubt. Someone please explain this to me...
I love user interface but It needs more fratures, the basis one is break and pause. I mean countinuing the last seconds. Another one is planning projects in the week. Web servise can be so helpful. It has bug too for example Task under projects can not be timing correctly.
This app is just a trial version with a $7 upgrade. It has a history limit of 3 weeks. I'm not sure if that means it stops working in 3 weeks or if it deletes your old data. Either way, with no apparent way to export the data, the app is useless without the rather overpriced upgrade. Trial also limited to 3 projects but that part is reasonable, I think.
Bug fix : Project stats now works again
Timesheet allows you the recording of your work with a simple push of a button.