Enter your project time into an Android app, and then synchronize with the Web Edition.
An Android app makes tracking time and expenses a lot easier, especially if you are out of the office a lot. Here's why:
You might think that the full interface on a desktop or laptop app is necessary to track your project time. Sometimes so, but not always. Sometimes all you need to do is enter time and expense records that occur to you during the course of the day. You may be in a place where it's inconvenient to pull out your laptop, and a simple mobile interface works fine. So... you pull out your phone... tap, tap, tap... speak into the mic... and you've just entered a time record, or an expense, or a mileage record. You didn't need the full interface of a desktop app for that. You just needed to collect the basic project and client info and move on. That's the scenario where the Android time and expenses app shines. This video shows how, and there are screenshots of the Android app here.
The fact is, the Android app doesn't do everything the desktop and web apps do. Think detailed reports, graphs, project billing choices, task analysis, project management, etc., etc., etc. And there's no point in trying to make it do those things. The app does it purpose in collecting project time, mileage, and expense records. That really all it needs to do to be of value to users in the field.
The Android app syncs with the Cloud to send your records to your company database and get new projects and clients down on the device. Just enter a URL for your web-based timesheet and sync the device. You'll see all the records exchanged between the two systems.
Go ahead and download it and give it a try!