Time Card Calculator for Weekly Hours
Calculate the time you worked by entering the time you logged in and logged out.
You may add more login lines for 1 or 2 lunch breaks.
Or, if you do not log in and out for lunch each day, but has a certain amount of minutes automatically deducted as lunch, you may enter 15 minutes, 30 minutes etc. in the LUNCH tab, and this amount will be automatically deducted daily.
You can calculate overtime after 8 hours daily, after 40 hours weekly, or after any amount of hours you specify in the Overtime Tab.
Overtime pay: you may select 1.5x, 2x, or any value you enter in the Overtime Tab.
DAYS & WEEKS:
Set your number of work-days per week, the names of the days, and the day your week begins for the purposes of your pay period.
Choose between a weekly or a bi-weekly pay period.
EMAIL or download the data for future reference.
It saves the results after the user exits the app
AM/PM option is now the default - a new tab was added in the bottom with all 12-24 hr options
Adapted for tablet users
Added currency options: Pound, Euro, etc.
Added bi-monthly pay: 1 to 15, 16 to 31
Ratings and Reviews
It needs fixing
It does a good job at tracking the hours you submit, but it's has way too many bugs. You can't save a set setting you currently have nor does it have multiple time sheets. It also crashes and the cursor tends to jump around. Some times if you are in the am/pm mode it will freeze if you change it to from am to pm. When you change the setting from 1 week to 2 it will also freeze when you scroll up or down the screen. Please send an update to fix the glitch so I can use this app. Until then I'm giving this app 2 stars for good idea but seriously bad on glitches when using this app on an iPad mini.
No lunch hour per day?
I needed an app where I could track a day by day running total of my time, including lunches that might differ from day to day. I might be missing it, but this app wants you to commit to specific lunch duration, which it applies to every day of the work week. This would be nice if you didn't go over or under your lunch time. For this reasons I deleted the app and found one closer, but e that one isn't quite perfect either...
Buggy and not super versatile
I would like to be able to track a month at a time, instead of limited to 2 weeks. What if you turn in hours monthly or bi-monthly? After 2 weeks I can write the total down, clear it out and start over but if I'm doing that, I might as well just write down all my hours in Notes.
Also I can't turn the "in" time to PM. It's probably just a bug, but annoying all the same.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.