A sneak peek at the Intervals mobile app

John Reeve | March 13th, 2019 | , ,

Up to this time we’ve relied on our mobile experience which uses the native mobile browser. It serves its purpose but is very dated and lacks some key functionality. To address the needs for a better mobile experience, we’ve been hard at work developing the Intervals mobile app for Android an iOS devices.

We are on schedule to launch the app the second quarter of this year. Meanwhile, we’d like to share a sneak peek of the Intervals mobile app. The flagship app will feature time tracking, task management, and project management.

Based on customer surveys and interviews we have learned that tasks, time, and projects are the most important features for the app. We plan to expand and add other features based on feedback. Three other areas that have received a lot of interest are the home page calendar, request queue, and reporting. Keep scrolling for screenshots.

Time Tracking

Intervals Mobile App Time Tracking

Task Management

Intervals Mobile App Task Management

Project Management

Intervals Mobile App Project Management

The new Intervals mobile app will put productivity in your pocket for those times you find yourself untethered from your desk, but still needing access to your time, tasks, and projects.

Stay tuned for the official launch and enter your email below to signup for Intervals updates. Meanwhile, let us know what you think.

6 Responses to “A sneak peek at the Intervals mobile app”

  1. Charles says:

    Will I be able to look up project notes with the initial release? That would be a life saver.

  2. The initial release will include project notes. We use project notes quite a bit ourselves and are looking forward to being able to look them up and add new ones via the mobile app.

  3. Ben says:

    Will this also be available on iPads or is it only going to be a phone app?

  4. John Reeve says:

    The initial release will be available for iPhone and Android. It will not be optimized for the iPad at first, but the iPhone version should work on the iPad.

  5. Matthew Friedman says:

    Hello, I need more characters for creating daily time summaries. The current limit is very restrictive. This is my biggest detraction with the product.
    Thanks.

  6. John Reeve says:

    Thanks for the feedback. We don’t have any plans to increase this limit for the mobile app, but we will add this idea to our list of suggestions to be considered.

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