Working Hours

Time tracker for your own working hours

With this app you can capture your own working hours. You can use this app for one or more employers or projects.

You can easily start a new work time or add a work time afterwards.

Post your hourly wage and see immediately what you have earned.

What are the key features?

* Easy recording working times.
* Easily manage one or more employers / projects.
* Working hours can be analyzed graphically.
* Working hours can be summarized and exported in a report.
* Working hours can be exported as CSV.

If you have any suggestions for improvement or criticism please don't hesitate to inform us.

System Requirements: OS X 10.8 or later (Mountain Lion), 64-bit processor

Working Hours

Time tracker for your own working hours

App Screenshots

Screenshots of the app

FAQ

Answers to common questions

The app calculates your hourly wage from the minute. To this end, you have the option to choose your unit of time accordingly. The following applies:

  • 60 minutes = 1 hour means your hourly wage is calculated to one hour. This is the classic form of wage calculation.

In addition to the classical hourly wage calculation, there is the increased possibility to deposit different time units. This may be the case when you have made with your employer / client to another control.

  • 45 minutes = 3/4 hour means that your hourly wage is calculated on the basis of 45 minutes. Your hourly wage is then calculated as follows:
    (Hourly wage. /. 45 minutes) * 60 minutes = wage per minute
    Pay per minute * your work = salary
  • 30 minutes = 1/2 hour means that your hourly wage is calculated on the basis of 30 minutes. Your hourly wage is then calculated as follows:
    (Hourly wage. /. 30 minutes) * 60 minutes = wage per minute
    Pay per minute * your work = salary
  • 20 minutes = 1/3 hour means that your hourly wage is calculated on the basis of 20 minutes. Your hourly wage is then calculated as follows:
    (Hourly wage. /. 20 minutes) * 60 minutes = wage per minute
    Pay per minute * your work = salary
  • 15 minutes = 1/4 hour means that your hourly wage is calculated on the basis of 25 minutes. Your hourly wage is then calculated as follows:
    (Hourly wage. /. 15 minutes) * 60 minutes = wage per minute
    Pay per minute * your work = salary
  • 12 minutes = 1/5 hour means that your hourly wage is calculated on the basis of 12 minutes. Your hourly wage is then calculated as follows:
    (Hourly wage. /. 12 minutes) * 60 minutes = wage per minute
    Pay per minute * your work = salary
  • 10 minutes = 1/6 hour means that your hourly wage is calculated on the basis of 10 minutes. Your hourly wage is then calculated as follows:
    (Hourly wage. /. 10 minutes) * 60 minutes = wage per minute
    Pay per minute * your work = salary
  • 6 minutes = 1/10 hour means that your hourly wage is calculated on the basis of 6 minutes. Your hourly wage is then calculated as follows:
    (Hourly wage. /. 6 minutes) * 60 minutes = wage per minute
    Pay per minute * your work = salary
  • 1 Minute = 1/60 hour means that your hourly wage is calculated on the basis of 1 minute. Your hourly wage is then calculated as follows:
    (Hourly wage. /. 1 minute) * 60 minutes = wage per minute
    Pay per minute * your work = salary

Yes, "Working Hours" is fully compatible with OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion and 10.9 Mavericks. Attention: Previous versions of Mac OS X are not supported!

System Requirements: OS X 10.8 or later (Mountain Lion), 64-bit processor

No, "Working Hours" does only run on Macs and we do not offer a Windows Version.

If you have any questions or suggestions, or if you would like further information, please don't hesitate to contact us.