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Track Your Working Time Efficiently With T.I.M. for Android
If you are in the workforce, you likely have a work schedule, which probably 8 hours long. Moreover, you likely have to clock in and clock out on a system that must stay within the premises of where you work, and thus you cannot check your work hours when you are out of the office. Instead of having to make your own custom documents such as Excel spreadsheets to track your time, you may want to give XDA member xarnze‘s T.I.M. a shot. T.I.M. stands for “Time Is Money”, and basically the app will allow you to keep tabs on how many hours you spend at your job. It also has a few functionality perks such as allowing you to split up your working time into chunks and assigning them to projects that you may be working on, as well as calculating how much money goes into your “man power”. The most important point is that it allows the work-a-holic in all of you to keep tabs of how much time you actually spend in your job.
The app is in its initial stages and the dev is looking for feedback and suggestions to improve it. Please leave your comments.
T.I.M. Allows you to easily and simply track all of your working hours, in a convenient electronic Time sheet.
You can find more information in the application thread.
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