360° Coverage : Timesaver - a New iOS Time Tracking App to be Released

Timesaver - a New iOS Time Tracking App to be Released

TimeSaver is a new iOS7 app release by P-sapps (short for Peter Sedddon apps) is a debut effort by Pete Seddon from Wigan, UK.

Feb 18 2014, 12:24pm CST | by

Wigan, United Kingdom, February 18, 2014 --(PR.com)-- TimeSaver is a time tracking utility for iPad, iPod and iPhone, which keeps on top of all of your various projects and endeavours and provides you with statistical feedback on how much time you’ve spent on any particular project, when you last worked, and even a graph so you can see your progress over time.

TimeSaver will be available from the 16th February 2014 from the Apple app store, priced at £0.69/ $0.99.

Key app Features:
-Use the app to track time for any amount of subjects.
-An ideal tool for when you are starting to learn a new subject or starting a new project.
-Ideal for tracking the amount of time you spend working out of the office.
-View the ‘stats’ page for details on progress.
-Provides a progress chart to see your progress.
-A great way to incentivise study by setting a subject target.
-Study reminders via local notifications.
-Tweet and post to Facebook your progress from within the app.
-A universal app.

On time tracking apps in general - "Just like any idea, there seems to be a multitude of time keeping apps with various different implementations, but I think TimeSaver really makes the process of keeping a track of time simple, by focusing on key functionality and delivering key data points by the user. This puts it above the competition in terms of quality of user experience." -Pete Seddon, 2014, Founder of p-sapps.net

Email p-sapps@outlook.com a voucher to download the app.

See http://p-sapps.net/Site/Press.html for video demo and images.

Contact Information:
Peter Seddon
Contact via Email

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