- Automatically calculates your current hours of leave based on start date and the number of hours you earn a year.
- Check your leave as of today or any future date.
- Set your leave to accrue daily, weekly, bi-weekly, monthly, twice monthly (1st and 15th), or yearly.
- Three fully customizable leave categories.
- Track the history of your used or added leave, with notes for each use.
This paid version also includes a widget so you can see your current allocation on your home screen and uses Google Backup Service on devices configured to backup their data to Google.
PTO Tracker allows you to see your PTO in either days or hours. You can also take PTO in full/half day increments or fractional hours (up to 1/100th granularity).
- If you want to take hour increments rarely, just long-press on the date in full/half day mode to enter hours or fractional hours. Long-press will also give you other options, like bonus entry.
- To go directly to a given day quickly, click on "Week of" in the entry screen.
For when you occasionally get bonus PTO, but working overtime or a special occasion, you can long press the date to add in this bonus time. Or select "Advanced Mode" as the input method and always have quick access to these rare values (more coming soon).
If your company's PTO policies are different and this app does not support your needs, let me know and I'll try to make updates to accommodate you. New features will be added soon to provide even greater flexibility.
Explanation of permissions: No permissions are needed. However, if you have PTO Tracker Free installed, the applications are linked (to import data), so Android will report this app has Internet permissions until you uninstall the free version. No Internet is used in this app.
The way the tools works is simple. Shake your device and you get a word. Start a story and make sure to use the given word during the introduction. If you are having trouble thinking of a beginning, simply shake again so you have a second word to work with. When you are done with the start of the story, simply say, "After That", leaving the story plot open for the next person.
The next person takes the devices, shakes it, and gets a new word. They continue with the story making sure to use the new word. When they want to let the next person go, they simply say "After That", and the next person takes a turn.
Smaller children may not have the ability to develop a plot with a given word as easily. They may simply take their word and state, "After that he saw a (WORD). After that..." Therefore, you may want to make sure that those people capable of expanding on a story are spread out to allow the story to stay on track.
If you're not in a group, such as doing creative writing or simply telling a story to kids, simply use "After That" to get a prompt for the next part of the story.
That's a thing of the past. With Simple Pricebook, you simply enter the price and it will show you comparisons in a simple manner. No "unit prices". You don't care if this item costs 7.3¢/oz and this one is 9.2¢/oz. Sure, that tells you what's cheaper, but how much are you really saving? If you're buying 10 oz, then you have a savings of 19¢. If you're buying 5 lbs, you have a savings of $1.52.
Simple Pricebook will take all of your comparisons and put them in perspective of the quantity you're looking at. So if I'm looking at 2 liters of soda, it will compare against that 144 fl oz of soda (12 pack of cans), in a "2 liter" manner. It will tell me the total price of the comparison and the difference. The difference is color-coded. Green means it's cheaper and red means it's more expensive.
Want to just see the prices of items? Just enter the item name with no other information.
Want to see a certain quantity of an item? Just enter the item and a quantity and a comparison will be shown for you in terms of that quantity.
Updating prices is easy. If you enter the same quantity and units, Simple Pricebook will overwrite the old price, keeping your data up to date.
To delete a price, simply long-press on it in the results and confirm the deletion.
The clear button helps you clear out data quickly. The first time you click on it, it will clear price and quantity, the second time it will clear the item and units. So if you're entering multiple entries of the same item (e.g. Strawberries), you'll click it once in between. When you move to the next item, click twice.
Pricebook doesn't have Internet permissions. You don't set up an account somewhere. You interact through your phone. It's just simple.
Is there some feature you'd like to see? Just e-mail me. If you look at the reviews of my "PTO Tracker" app, you'll see that I'm a real person that responds to customer requests.
Right now there are three Quidbits:
*- Checklists- Store lists of items, check them off, sort them. Great for shopping lists, TODO's, packing lists, etc.
*- Picker- This is used to quickly log choices from a pre-defined list (or choose a new item). This comes in handy for when you want to remember what or who did something last.
*- Folder- Organize your Quidbits into folders so that the Quidbits that aren't used frequently don't get in the way.
We do have plans for more types of Quidbit, so always look for what's new when you see updates. If you have suggestions for new types of Quidbits, just contact the developer.
If your phone's proximity sensor doesn't work, you may have noticed that you are accidentally hitting buttons during phone calls. This app will place a slider bar over the screen during calls to prevent you from accidentally hitting "Mute", "End Call", or any other buttons.
If you need to get to the keypad, you can simply slide the bar to the right and Screen Block will go away. To get screen blocker back, simply select it from the notification bar.