Billings Touch Reviews

Scaling / January 31, 2010 / ryan

Thought I’d share some recent reviews of Billings Touch:

  • TUAW (The Unofficial Apple Weblog – an “all things Apple” blog)
  • iPhone.AppStorm (A website dedicated to reviewing iPhone apps, also offering how-to tips and tricks)
  • FreelanceSwitch (A community of expert freelancers from around the world)
  • MacStories (A Mac/iPhone app review website based in Italy)
  • (A website from The Netherlands focused on technology, style and design – this one’s in Dutch, but can be loosely translated using Google Translate)
  • Applesfera (A website in Spanish dedicated to Apple hardware and software – this one’s in Spanish and can also be translated.
  • Appbite (another iPhone app review website)

Our new Billings Touch website was featured on CSS Mania – which we’re very proud of. The Billings website was also showcased on Brian Hoff’s design blog 😀

If you’re interested in reviewing the application, feel free to get in touch with me directly.

More coming soon!

4 Responses to “Billings Touch Reviews”

  1. As is, Daylite and Billings/Billing Touch associate non-intuitively in my experience. I very much hope that very soon Marketcircle will include Billings and Billing Touch as an integral part of Daylite – not as some awkward add on that lacks the functionality expected of full integration. That would make a killer app! Hope to see Marketcircle at the annual Legal Tech West Coast at the Westin Bonaventure on June 23-24 (too late for the New York show that’s taking place now). See

  2. @Sarkis

    Thanks for the feedback and thanks also for bringing this Legal conference to our attention (I hadn’t heard of it before).

    I’m going to send you an email so we can further discuss your feature requests.

  3. Jamie
  4. So far am enjoying Billings Touch, though I’ve found two simple issues which I hope are addressed soon.

    1. The overview which shows the hours/money worked/earned over the past week is wonderful! Though I just worked six hours and then the graph rescaled so 12 is the new top point. Visually this drops my 6 hour shifts to half, leaving half the graph untouched. Could not the graph have more sensible auto-scaling? Right now I’ve worked 7.5 hours, and it’d make sense to top the graph off at 8:00. Perhaps just adjust the graph in two hour segments?

    2. The overview function is great, but I could not find it on the Mac version of Billings – and was one of the main reasons I hesitated about buying the Mac version.


  5. @Jamie Thanks for the feedback 🙂

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