OfficeTime, the time-tracking app that revolutionized time tracking and enabled freelancers and small business owners to increase their income through more accurately-tracked time, is now available on the revolutionary Apple Watch.
The goal of the Apple Watch version of OfficeTime is for users to walk into a meeting, tap his or her wrist, walk out, tap it again and, at the end of the week, be able to produce a report on how they spent their time. By making time-tracking that simple, OfficeTime will enable entrepreneurs to track more time, provide clients with more accurate invoices, and become more productive by getting detailed reports on how they spend their time each week.
“The hardest part of tracking your day is actually tracking it,” says Stephen Dodd, CEO of OfficeTime.net. “Anything that removes a barrier which prevents you from tracking your time is going to make it that much easier to see where you’ve been productive and where you haven’t. A core principle of OfficeTime is simplicity, because if tracking time is complicated and burdensome, people won’t make the effort to do it. The Apple Watch with OfficeTime will make it easier than ever.”
Ideal for anyone who bills by the hour or project, OfficeTime makes recording and tracking time and expenses simple with a clean, elegant interface. The iPhone and iPad versions focus on ease-of-use, recognizing that if time tracking is simple to do, users will be more likely to take the time to do it. OfficeTime takes great care to minimize how many finger taps it takes to do something.
The Apple Watch, desktop and mobile versions of OfficeTime are designed to balance features and ease-of-use, enables users to easily track exactly what they do each day and how much they spend. OfficeTime supports busy professionals who invoice on an hourly fee schedule – or who simply need to know where they are spending their time to be more productive or against a fixed-cost project.
The company is so confident in OfficeTime’s ability to produce a tangible return-on-investment that it offers a full money-back guarantee if the app doesn’t pay for itself by registering more time than the user otherwise would have logged and invoiced.
The Apple Watch version of OfficeTime is available for free with the purchase of the version for iPhone and iPad. The iPhone and iPad version is available in the iTunes App Store for $7.99 (USD), while the desktop versions for PC and Mac can be purchased at OfficeTime online for $47. Unlike web-based time-tracking applications, OfficeTime does not require a monthly subscription fee.