July 28, 2010 in Business (E)
[prMac.com] Edmond, Oklahoma - Independent developer Drew Crawford has released Timely Lite 1.0, the new, fully-featured member of the successful Timely product family. Timely Lite lets hourly workers track their time with an easy, intuitive interface. It helps employees fill out timecards and keep a record of their work history. And it's the only app that lets users see their earnings for the day or week in real-time, with a live-updating display of daily and weekly time and wages.
Timely Lite combines work and fun into a single package. It is versatile as a timetracker, with accuracy to the nanosecond and convenient features that automatically sum each day's time for easy entering into an employer's timecard system. But it also answers those burning questions--have I earned enough to pay for gas? How much money did I make during that bathroom break?
To ensure accurate wage calculation, Timely Lite has a high degree of customizability, and can support everything from time-and-a-half overtime calculation to custom workweeks and fully-configurable overtime.
"It started because I had a really pedantic boss, who insisted I clock out dozens of times a day whenever I wasn't 'being productive.' It turns out that a lot of people have that boss." - said Drew Crawford, the developer of Timely Lite.
The Timely family of applications has helped over a thousand employees and contractors to keep track of their work, clients, jobs, and projects. In rough economic times, its detailed history data has saved many employees from the chopping block. And its refreshing approach to time tracking means that forgetting to clock in is a thing of the past.
* iPhone or iPod touch
* Requires iOS 4.0 or later
* 0.2 MB
Pricing and Availability:
Timely Lite 1.0 is free of charge and is available exclusively on the App Store in the Business category.
Drew Crawford is an independent developer who has authored applications that rank consistently in the Top 100 and 200 internationally according to Apple figures. In addition to writing and maintaining his own apps, he provides freelance development services for iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad. Copyright (C) 2010 Drew Crawford. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.