August 23, 2010 in Productivity (E)
[prMac.com] Dallas, Texas - TimeTag, created by Capparsa, is a new iPhone application designed to help you track your day. Like a time sheet, it logs time spent on various activities, events, and projects. However, unlike other time apps that inundate you with unnecessary information, TimeTag keeps it simple. Combining a super clean interface with an automagic activity aggregator, TimeTag shows you exactly where your day went.
As you check in and out throughout the day, you attach a tag to each record. A tag is a text snippet that describes whatever you are doing, whether it be working, studying for a test, or asking "if you got that thing I sent you". Tags can be further organized into categories, such as "being productive" or "break time".
TimeTag also features a revolutionary OneTouch Total Button that allows you to immediately total the time spent on any activities or dates. Combined with powerful yet easy searching across any assortment of dates, tags, or categories, you can figure out exactly where your time went without the need for an abacus.
Summary of Features:
* Time Logging with Descriptive Tags
* One-touch hour totaling
* Fast, functional interface to let you enter and exit the app quickly
* Powerful and easy search
* Detailed view of entries
* No tag creation limit
* Automatic tag categorization
* Customizable categories
* Modifiable time records
* Multi-tasking enabled on iOS 4.0
* More features to come
* iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad
* Requires iPhone OS 3.1 or later (iOS 4.0 Tested)
* 1.2 MB
Pricing and Availability:
TimeTag 1.0 is $2.99 USD (or equivalent amount in other currencies) and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Productivity category.
In the world of mobile app development there are two types of companies, sharks and sheep. At Capparsa, our no sheep policy has led to the creation of a bespectacled all shark super team eager to realize the upwardly spiraling dynamics of this industry we may or may not be in. Our extensive market research has led us to the revolutionary conclusion that bad apps are not good. By combining our mad gaming skills with a company uniform featuring not one but two protected pockets we are confident that we have created the perfect storm of programming prowess to cure your bad app ills. There's no telling what the future holds for this new company--but one thing is clear: We will always be moving forward, spinning towards victory. Copyright (C) 2010 Capparsa, LLC. 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.