Hours, the time tracking app that helps you see what you did that day, has received a big update bumping it to version 2.0. This update brings 3D Touch support to the iPhone 6S and 6S Plus, support for the web and mobile web, Hours Pro and much more. These additions make using the app and service in general even easier for you to track the information. A full list of changes for version 2.0 include:

  • Hours 2.0 for the iPhone with sync functionality, a completely new look, and a convenient 3D touch homescreen shortcut that lets you start, stop, or switch timers right from your home screen.
  • Hours for the web and mobile web, which means Hours is available for the first time to anyone with an internet connection. Along with the normal time tracking functionality, Hours on the web offers advanced reports that show you your time and your team's time in ways you have never seen it before.
  • Hours for teams, now fully integrated into the Hours platform, transforms Hours from a personal tracking app to a service that teams can use to track, analyze, and report time.
  • Hours Pro. While tracking time will always be free with Hours, freelancers and teams are going to want to subscribe to Hours Pro to get advanced reporting features like filtering, grouping, time visualizations, CSV export, and team reporting. Hours Pro is $8 per user per month. We are running a special discount for the first week of launch: $70/user for a one-year subscription (25% off). Everyone who signs up for a free Hours account will get to try the Pro features for free for 30 days.

You can grab Hours 2 from the App Store now.

Source: Medium

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