Download TagTime apk 1.3.4 free for Android smartphone

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Posted by The Beehive Collective of Obtuse Nerdtastic Tools in Tools | May 20, 2014 | 14 Comments

Apk file size: 1.0 KB

To determine how you spend your time, TagTime literally randomly samples you.
At random times it pops up and asks what you're doing *right at that moment*.
You answer with tags. You can also submit your tracked activities to Beeminder goals.

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Whats new

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    - New: Time of day for Beeminder data points
    - Fix: Ping list refresh following ping update
    - New: Added an about dialog
    - New: Visit goal button (requires updated Beeminder app)
    - Fix: Crashes on ping database race conditions, closed sessions

The Beehive Collective of Obtuse Nerdtastic Tools part of our Tools and have average installs from 1000 to 5000. Last Update May 20, 2014. Google play rating is 80.0. Current verison is 1.3.4. Actual size 1.0 KB.

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ginger buckendahl

Wonderful App!!!!. Please develop for wearables! This is not a replacement for any timer you currently use but it might just be the one you have been looking for. If you work from work or have other distractions such as "wandering around the internet" then this is for you. I set mine for every 15min and the ding is not obtrusive and is random enough that I don't have the anxiety that pomodoro's or other timers can create.You can also create a list of tags that you can put into the program that I find very helpful. Note to developer how do I??? automatically go to the tags instead of the keyboard. I have carefully monitored my steps in the process and can't seem to find any sort of pattern to always get my tags to come up instead of the keyboard. P.S. I checked out Beeminder and it is not for me.

Will Everett

Randomizer is terrible I left the frequency at 45 minutes, but the actual average is about half that. Not sure what kind randomizer you're using, but it doesn't work well. EDIT: After running this for about a day, I'm uninstalling this app. It didn't ping me for 6 straight hours, now it's pinging every 5-10 minutes. This is worthless.

Abram Demski

Unique, needs features This is cool, but it could really use simple in-app statistics. I can tag times but I want to know how I'm doing at the end of the day/week. It's not useless, but this really feels like a main feature missing from it.

Nick Wolf

Powerful idea, Needs Polish From all the apps I've searched though this is the only one with random sampling. I'd love to see some sort of syncing to a web interface and the ability to tag multiple times at once for when working on something for a long time. Fantastic, uniquely developed app. Hopefully it gets some love from it's developers.

A Google User

Unique app with room to improve Main feature requests: 1. Non-black notification icon 2. Tag multiple pings at once 3. Adjustable average ping frequency

A Google User

Works better than expected I wanted an app that pings me every hour to record what I'm doing. TagTime is even better because it takes samples at random times. It is quite easy to use once you understand how to create tags, and it conveniently dumps the results into a file you can import into a spreadsheet or other tool for analysis. The UI could use polish, and it would be nice to have options for how often to take samples. Also, and intro screen would help, as I was at first lost. Overall, works better than expected.

Ernie Fischer

This is great. But only if you have a use for the information. I downloaded it on a whim without any real use for it and was just annoyed by the constant notifications. But if I wanted to track how I spent my time this would be my go to app.

Pablo Stafforini

Does its job Not perfect, but good enough, and clearly better than the aternatives.

Sean Mahoney

Look to PACO Nicolas, if you like the idea of this try using "PACO" its a cool app, but still in closed beta. Its solid if you can get in.

Clemens Borys

Very helpful Increased my productivity and insight a lot!

Steven Zhang

Simple, gets job done. I stopped using it because I wanted finer granularity control of time (I use toggl for at home/office, moves for out of office). Paco is another good app that does more complicated pollng (custom forms- good for custom quantified self analysis)

Paul Hobbs

Great unbiased & low-overhead way of keeping track of time. I wish there were another way to see graphs & stats besides wiring up Tags to Beeminder goals.

Orchun Kolcu

Very easy way to keep track of your time And beeminder integration is great. Unfortunately doesn't fire in doze mode even if whitelisted.

Tess Robertson

The concept is great, but not quite there I want to love this app, I really do. There are two reasons why I just can't. The first and most annoying is that it auto-labels many pings as OFF without actually notifying me. The phone is literally sitting right next to me, turned on, but it still labeled 3 of the last 4 pings as OFF. The second is that there is no way to get statistics without tying it to a specific goal with monetary consequences in Beeminder. I need a baseline before I can set goals!

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