We see your need. Please give us some time as first of all we are aimed to spruce up web app (make it perfect) and only after that switch to iPad and iPhone applications.
The last also is not easy. There are too many bad trackers and we want to be different.
Sophie Van Elslander commented
what is the current state?
It'd be great if the iPhone everhour app could work even when not connected to the internet.
Bruno Bate commented
Are there any plans to release an everhour app? With the phasing out of free accounts, as a sole proprietorship business owner I am considering retaining everhour. What is keeping me on the fence is the steep proposed pricing for a single seat license, considering the lack of app, and poor mobile resolution of the website. Is there an opportunity for a price break for single seat licensing?
Would it be possible to integrate Everhour's time tracking into _another_ system's app?
For example Trello: The chrome extension works great in a browser but none of my time tracking information appears in Trello iphone/ipad app. Could you integrate there instead of your own app?
I'll keep everhour on my radar but until the mobile friendly website or an ios app emerges I'm stuck with Toggl.
Mahalie Stackpole commented
Have been evaluating Everhour and Toggl. Prefer the hashtag system and reporting of Everhour - organic and easy like Workflowy. Lack of mobile option may be a deal breaker tho :P
Sorry to disappoint you, but no progress with mobile apps. I'd say we will only consider them by the end of 2015.
Milan Schnorrer commented
So what is the current state? Are u coming up with an app?
Please add, this is keeping us from switching away from Toggl. I know you say you want to focus on your web site first, but I think it more then far enough along to get an ios app out. Or even a mobile friendly version of the site would go along way.
Drew Goodwin commented
Normally I would recommend something minimal to start so that it doesn't take so much effort to build, but I kind of agree that people tend to not appreciate this approach (they want full-fledged apps these days). However, I think the biggest thing I want to be able to do on the phone is create and edit log entries. Perhaps if you give a basic API, someone will build an unofficial version of this for you (and the good news is that unlike mobile apps, I don't think there is much downside to starting small on your API).
How is the status?
I would love an app for my ipod/iphone. Look at the asana app as an example. I think that works fine.
Have not decided yet.
We are actively discussing iPhone app. But our #1 priority is still web version.
We want to make it perfect first. Than achieve same experience in other platforms.
Mobile version is a separate approach in terms of UI/UX and we do not want to simply port it.
TJ Abrahamsen commented
Would this be an iOS app just meant for iPhone, or would it be something you can use sized for iPad app as well...?