For iPad users, the app has added the new XL widget size and a number of keyboard shortcuts. Tablet users can also Quick Note support to add private notes to invoices or clients.
Both iPhone and iPad users can take advantage of Live Text to quickly add information to the app.
Thanks to Shortcuts support, it’s easy to start and stop or create time entires.
And on the Apple Watch, the app support’s the always-on display for watchOS 8 and any Apple Watch Series 5 or later.
Orbit is designed for the iPhone and all iPad models. It’s also available on the Mac.
The app can be downloaded now on the App Store for free.
You’ll need a subscription to take advantage of all of the app’s features. You can try the app out before creating an account or subscribing in tourist mode.
The premium app features are available to unlock for a monthly subscription of $7.99 or $79.99 yearly. Subscriptions are also available for larger teams to work together to track time.
All subscriptions offer a free, one-week trial.