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Rift - Time Tracker

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    Rift Time Tracker is a simple and elegant time tracking app that makes it easy to track your time for your various projects and clients. Built for both phones and tablets you will be able to organize and manage your time wherever you go and on whatever device you have. Some key features include:

    * Create and manage clients.
    * Create and manage tasks and sub-tasks.
    * Track your time on both tasks and sub-tasks.
    * Invoice your clients for all outstanding time logged.
    * Assign hourly rates to clients.
    * Notifications for time and amount thresholds.
    * View and edit log history.
    * Setup in-app backup/restore.
    Help and guidance: http://coetre.com/products/rift/support
    Help be a part of the app - give suggestions for usability, features or any other comments, questions, suggestions at http://coetre.com/products/rift

    Permissions:
    WRITE_EXTERNAL_STORAGE: Backup
    READ_EXTERNAL_STORAGE: Restore
    INTERNET: Analytics and error tracking
    ACCESS_NETWORK_STATE: Analytics and error tracking

    Tags: Time, tracker, tracking, clients, manage, invoice, invoicing, task

    Users review

    from 7 reviews

    "Great"

    7.8

    Users comments for Rift - Time Tracker

    Tamaro Tamaroidny

    by Tamaro Tamaroidny

    Oct 02, 2014  |  "OK"

    Very nice interface, but bugged like hell. Absolutely not usable on horizontal view. Broken visual and after start (clean database), no "add' button showing, after clicking at screen it keep crashing, hourly value only whole USD, for example i need 12 dot 345 per hour :(

    André Schulz

    by André Schulz

    Jan 31, 2014  |  "Good"

    It would be nice if children could have children themself.

    Semper Scrutans

    by Semper Scrutans

    Jan 21, 2014  |  "Awesome"

    Really good. I love the sub task feature. I would like to be able to input time as hours rather than minutes when manually recording time worked. I would donate for continued development.