- #: 226143
- Price: $0.99 In Apple Store
- Category: Productivity
- Updated: 2009-01-08
- Current Version: 1.3
- Size: 0.10 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: Cliff Maier
- Requirements: Compatible with iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad. Requires iOS 2.1 or later
- © 2008 Cliff Maier
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This is an application primarily intended for lawyers and other legal professionals who have minimum annual billing requirements. The app allows you to enter your annual billing target, a starting number of hours accrued prior to starting to use the program, and daily billed hours. You can also set which days are non-work days (for example, holidays, weekends, vacations, etc.)
The app will then tell you how many hours you need to bill each day to achieve your annual billing requirement.
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Rated 2/5 based on 3 customer reviews.
Okay for a stand-alone
You should integrate this with Smart Time! I use that as a task manager and data book, and all of my meetings are with people in my iPhone Contacts list. Stand-alone leaves a bit to be desired.
fixed: Buggy and very slow
Will Kirchheimer write:
New update fixed speed problem, and at first it looked like you could edit time stored in days now, but once you close the app and reopen, you can't tell what was entered when. (perhaps not a problem for people more organized than myself, but seems a bug to me, no auditing)
1. No clear indicator if you are entering minutes in minutes or percents of hour (I am guessing 30 minutes is .5)
2. Click on a day you have added hours to, not seeing them there to edit (once you reopen the app)
FIXED: lightning fast - 3. Switching days no longer takes several second
There seemed to be a slight problem with data that had been entered before, but not really sure, I had given up on the previous version pretty quickly.
William Wilson write:
The interface may not be the most elegant, and the mathematical computation may not be all that hard, but this is a great app to help you keep on track toward your target. It's a lot better than a spreadsheet or a running calculation on a legal pad.
Now if we can get Mr. Maier to do the Indiana Trial Rules, Indiana Rules of Evidence, and the Indiana Parenting Time Guidelines, my needs would be all but complete. (I'm more than happy to assist with these projects; you can contact me via mac.com with my username.)
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