Track your time with single touch in aTimeLogger 2!
Spending only a few minutes a day on this app you will get daily, weekly and monthly statistics in the form of diagrams and graphs. Using this data you'll be able to control and manage your time.
aTimeLogger 2 is the right solution for tracking:
- tasks and projects at work;
- studies and homework;
- sport exercises;
- any personal activities
- easy and intuitive interface
- iOS widget for quick start/stop activities
- pause/resume activities
- simultaneous activities (enable them in Settings)
- many statistics available in form of graphs and pie charts
- reports in different formats (CSV and HTML)
- backup and restore
- a huge number of icons for activity types and ability to upload custom icons
- Apple Watch integration
- Siri Shortcuts
- the best support :-)
The app itself is very intuitive and easy to use. However, it appears the app hasn’t been updated to support widgets in iOS 14. I hope the developers keep up to date with maintaining this app, as it is a very good product otherwise.
Dec 31, 2020
I’ve used hundreds of apps over the years. This is easily in my top 5. It is EXTREMELY customizable and allows multi-level tracking to whatever detail you want. I have it on my primary complication on my Apple Watch so I can switch activities with 2-3 taps on my watch. Optionally, it will periodically remind me what I’m currently tracking in case I forget to switch to a new activity. It provides powerful graphical and text reporting with good selective filtering. It is virtually bug free and works as advertised. I can’t comment on their support because I’ve never had to use it. They provide screenshot and video user instructions. Initial setup is straightforward if you first watch the instructions to understand: 1. Groups, 2. Activities, and 3. Adding Activities. I would give it 10 stars if I could.
Dec 31, 2020
I originally bought this about five years ago to track time in my freelance business. More recently, I create a group for each client, and three or four types of work I may do for them. When it’s time to bill, I export a report in CSV, sort by date and maybe type of work. I copy the data into Excel and have Excel figure up the different types of work with the @sumif feature. The last few weeks aTimeLogger has really been earning its stripes helping me keep track of medications as I’ve dealt with pain from a herniated disc. I use it to keep on top of how long between doses of medications, and now I’ve added in various homeopathics and how l how long since drinking water or eating which you are supposed to space out around homeopathics, how long I ice and when I can apply ice again. This app has so many uses with the customizing activities. I learned from customer support how to import icons too (png with transparency) to further customize. Thank you to the creators and maintainers of this app! I recommend it all the time.
Oct 27, 2020