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 mobile applications.
The last also is not easy. There are too many bad trackers and we want to be different.
Hi, thanks for your comments. I would like to inform that curently all sources are allocated to a new version of Everhour, which mill be mobile friendly. After the release we could consider working on a mobile version.
It would be just perfect to have a persistent notification with a stop button if a task is running.
Colin Powell commented
I would switch from Toggl to Everhour in a second if there was an android app. As it is, I can't use Everhour consistently because I'm often not in front of a browser.
Mike, I am glad to hear this comment, because there are...a lot...of bad trackers out on the market. Everhour's web app is the first I have seen that is easy to use and simple to track time. Really looking forward to the android app.
Jonathan Hearn commented
I'm switching from another time tracking app becuase of Everhour's slick mention system and integration with Asana. But, there are a few features I really miss from my previous time tracking app, lack of a good mobile interface being chief among them.
I hope you're able to at least make a mobile-optimized version of the web app soon.
Michael Holt commented
Hi Mike, glad to see that this is under consideration. Is it in development at present or still planned for some point in the future?
Tomi M. commented
Just to make this idea sound even more awesome: Android app with Wear support.
Having the ability to start/stop timers from your watch would be pretty quick and handy. Probably allows for extension to more use cases away from the computer with ease.