Access your timesheet with a mobile web browser.
Android and iPhone apps are also available for logging time while offline.
This is the view you see on your mobile phone when accessing the web timesheet. It other words, you can access the web timesheet on your mobile phone and this is the interface you would use. It is intentionally lighter than the full timesheet so you don't chew up your data plan using it. You can track your hours on the road without a laptop and without a lot of hassle. Just log in with your phone!
The interface is simplified to it's bare essentials. You see a menu at the op... you see your M-F days of the week... and you see projects. That's about it! Simply tap a header at the top of the day you wish to enter hours. The Edit Time Log page opens where you can enter hours for a client or project. Tap 'Save' and then go back to the timesheet to see your total hours for the week.
This is not the Android Edition on the Google Play Store or the iPhone app on the Apple App Store. The Android and iPhone Editions are native apps that runs on those devices. This is a web-based timesheet that you access from a URL. Those are completely different architectures that essentially achieve the same results. Fortunately, you don't need to choose! You can use both platforms, assuming you have already hosted your web app outside the company firewall.
Comparing the Mobile Web Edition to the Android Edition:
The Mobile Edition does not have a full administrative interface. In other words, you cannot add and edit all the items available on the Web Edition. It is intended to service employees in the field that need quick access to their own timesheets. You must log in with a username and password, and will only have access to the projects you would normally see on the full timesheet.
So, the next time you are on the road and need to enter hours, try logging in with your phone. You'll be done before you know it!