Seems to work but can't customize at all Hey I can count the number of times I hit the default Start button, but little more. Installed on Verizon LG G3, and all the app shows is the default initial button, and no interface whatsoever for accessing a menu, let alone customizing the buttons. Otherwise it does what it's supposed to quite well, it just only does it with the one button for me. :(
Simple, useful, minimal perms, frees your data Does one useful thing simply and well. The permissions are minimal and the data is stored on the SD Card in a simple CSV format so the app is not a data silo. (By which I mean that your data belongs to you and not to the app; by design, it is stored outside of the app rather than in some binary blob you cannot access other than through the app.) With minimal set-up, you can, with one tap to launch the app and one tap to record a data-point, keep a list of time-stamps for events that you wish to track. You can set up different buttons for different events that you wish to track. From the menu, you can also add a time-stamp for an event for which you have not created a dedicated button. A boon for data-geeks. I've been using it to keep track of the cigarettes that I smoke, among other things. Easy-to-acquire insight into my habit. What's not to like?
**NOTE** Configuration/logs have been moved to the directories that Google has specified for apps to use.
This is /sdcard/Android/data/com.modsixtyfour.eventtimer/files . I am assuming that this data would be cleaned up if you uninstall this application.
Resolutions fixed for devices with higher DPI, like a Nexus 5. Minor cleanup of the button administration page.