Discontinued App

TimeLogger Free (plus Pebble smartwatch time keeper)

It's time to fall in love with your time tracking app. With or without a Pebble smartwatch, TimeLogger is the best time tracking app available. Time ...

Discontinued App


It's time to fall in love with your time tracking app. With or without a Pebble smartwatch, TimeLogger is the best time tracking app available. Time tracking, logging and reporting the way it should be -- quick & easy. Rated "Best Time Tracker" by Macworld Magazine: "TimeLogger impressed me at once with its user friendliness... A solid app for professionals who value their time and their money." TimeLogger is a powerful, yet simple to use time tracking tool. We are guessing that you hate having to track and account for your time as much as we do. It's a pain, but unfortunately, most of us don't get paid if we don't do it. TimeLogger was designed from the ground-up to make time tracking as easy at it can possibly be, while offering a level of flexibility that make it the perfect time tracking tool for nearly everyone. TimeLogger has a lot of features, options and settings to make the tedious task of recording time as easy as possible, while being as detailed as you need for it to be. The depth of configuration options make the day-to-day use of TimeLogger very simple. The TimeLogger User Guide provides the details about all that TimeLogger has to offer. The User Guide is available within the app, or you can download it from our web site: http://APPideas.com Some key features (not a comprehensive list): - Start a timer when you begin a task and stop it when you're done. Simple. - Do you own a Pebble smartwatch? Great! Install the free TimeLogger watch app (available within TimeLogger). Push a button on your watch to start a timer. Push another button to stop a timer. While you have timers running, you will see a nice watch face that includes a summary of your running timers. - Automatic backup and simple recovery for free with iCloud. Never worry about backups ever again. - Record audio notes. Recorded audio notes can be copied to your computer and played in iTunes (in addition to being playable within TimeLogger). - Set defaults for client, task and job to quickly record common tasks. - Pause, resume, restart and duplicate timers -- many ways to greatly improve the ease of tracking your time. - Setup automatic deductions from your work day, such as lunch, so that you don't have to remember to stop, start or restart regular events that shouldn't appear in your time reports. - Email report results to yourself in CSV format. CSV files can be opened in Excel (or the spreadsheet program of your choice) directly from your computer. - Configure CSV output to match your exact needs, or those of your accountant. - Forget to start or stop a timer? No problem, set the start or stop time to any time. - Too many features to list here. Check out the User Guide that is available at our web site. TimeLogger Free is a full-featured version of the popular TimeLogger app with the following distinctions: - It contains in-app advertising - TimeLogger Free will only keep a 60 day history of your time entries - Submission of technical support requests and feedback is not available within the app (but you can still submit requests through our web site or Facebook page) - Recording of audio notes is limited to 30 seconds per recording A simple in-app purchase is available to upgrade TimeLogger Free, making it identical to the paid app. There are lots of ways to get more information and to take part in making TimeLogger even better: Our web site: http://APPideas.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/APPideasDOTcom Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/APPideasDOTcom


Technical specifications

Version: 2.5.1

Size: 8.89 MB


Price: $ 0.00

Day of release: 0000-00-0

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