by: MiNi Group • 922
With "At Work" you can manage your working hours so simple and straightforward!
The application is also available for Android Wear devices (watch).
At Work is a simple and appealing application that is designed to simplify your working life.
Just one click to record your entry or exit from your work, thus helping you to keep track of the hours you engage in day-to-day.
Exploit new technologies:
NFC: you can create a tag with the text "punch" to insert the events via the NFC capabilities of your smartphone.
Smart WiFi: this is a new function created by MiNi Group to exploit the connections to WiFi office to figure out when you enter or exit.
QR Code: you can use a QR Code (downloadable from the settings) to record events.
Geolocalization: you can decide whether to register the location of the events (useful for travel, meetings,...).
Android Wear: through the app for Wear devices you can easily insert events (entry, exit, voice note) and view infographics and lists directly from your wrist.
You can easily figure out how many hours you worked during a day, a week or a month. Reports can be customized, letting you know exactly all the details of your working life.
Some settings can be set via the standard working hours every day, so you can accurately calculate overtime, whatever your working hours. Other useful settings allow you to decide whether or not to calculate overtime and if round schedules.
The application also allows you to enter notes, record special events or events of interest.
A notification system (can be disabled) alerts you when you have finished your standard hours per day and reminds you when you are at work.
Event Entry / Exit
List of events of the month
Calendar of Events of the month and week
Detail of the day
Copy / Delete / Edit events
Export configurable data
Notification of start / end work
Backup / Restore Data
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