iPunchclock

iPunchclock$4.99 from EpIPhone Coders’ Guild iPunchclock

Pocket Punchclock is now iPunchclock. Still fits in your pocket, now it fits on screen.

The location-aware time tracker designed with a focus on clean, ergonomic workflow for efficient tracking of your activities in all four dimensions of spacetime.

iPunchclock makes it easy to track the time you spend on different tasks. Whether you are a professional who bills by the hour, or just have a serious interest in tracking what you do, and when and where, to the second, iPunchclock is there for you.

Thanks to the iPhone’s awesome technology, iPunchclock is also location savvy, and along with the time and date, can store the longitude, latitude and altitude at which you start and stop on a particular task. iPunchclock can help everyone, from lawyers and independent contractors to scientists and backcountry marathon runners, track their activities with ease and precision.
iPunchclock manages multiple independent ‘timesheets’. Each timesheet is made up of any number of tasks you care to add. Each task contains a list of ‘shifts’. Whenever you start working on that task, just tap start, and iPunchclock opens a new shift, recording the exact time and place. Multitaskers rejoice, your iPunchclock can hold as many simultaneously active tasks as you need, across any number of timesheets. In addition to the task descriptions, each shift can carry its own comment. Once you have accumulated a mass of data defining your activities, you can export them via email or directly to a browser via WiFi or upload to Google* Spreadsheet or Docs.

Because you can add or edit shifts in your timesheet at any time, iPunchclock can easily be used to create a timesheet at day’s end, rather than logging activities as they occur.

iPunchclock is designed for efficiency, and will wake up ready to start or stop your most recent task at a touch.

Features:

Location-aware time sheets, mark your 4-dimensional coordinates!

Multiple concurrent shifts in multiple tasks in multiple timesheets

Export timesheets, reports, summaries, or single tasks to Google Document or Spreadsheet, or email in standard CSV format

Export preferences customize date formats and exported fields, allowing you to hide or include start/stop times start/stop dates or location information

Timesheet templates allow you to set up tasks to automatically populate new timesheets

Live times and totals, with optional hourly rate

Flexibility with focus, no need to set up client databases, just time your stuff, whatever it may be

Timesheet Archive function automatically splits timesheet for reporting ongoing projects without double billing or losing a second.

Time span display preferences, hide seconds display hours and minutes or fractional hours (i.e. 3:30 or 3.5)

Friendly location-quality indicator instantly shows how accurate your position measurement will be

Keeps timing all your tasks even when app is closed or iPhone is off (it would be pretty silly any other way)

Time warp bar extends the iPhone standard time/date picker for quicker adjustment

Note: Pocket Punchclock’s location-based features depend on your device. For iPods without GPS, you must be content with old-fashioned 1D time tracking.

As always, free support is available on our user forum, or by emailing “epiphonecoders at mac dot com”.

Just Added in iPunchclock v3.0:

New “Air Server” exports your data to any browser on your WLAN, with no special software to install, even share with another iphone.

New exports page for instant access to CSV, HTML, single-task and summary timesheet export

Export preview, shows export data before you send it to google, mail or your desktop browser.

Improved export report formatting, check samples on our website!

and more!

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