Event Timestamper

Event Timestamper is an application to record when things happen, for later analysis in another application on a computer. Totals per day can also be seen in the app, for things like tracking how many cigarettes you smoke per day.

The set of events are shown as buttons, which can be customized.

Events are logged in a CSV on the SD card, in /EventTimer, with one CSV for each day.

The format of the CSV is:
{Time in RFC3339 or ISO 8601 format},{Java time},{Episode number},{Event}

Specifically:
RFC3339 is Date, Time and time zone, for example "2011-12-25T08:30:00-07:00"
Java time is milliseconds since January 1, 1970 UTC, or unix time * 1000.
Episode number is the number of times that the first button has been pressed, to be able to tie "episodes" together
Finally, the event is the specific button that was pressed.


The summary shows the number of times each event occurred, per day. If the list gets too long, remove some of the old CSV files from the /EventTimer directory on the SD card.
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What's New

**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.
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Additional Information

Updated
March 4, 2014
Size
94k
Installs
100+
Current Version
2.1
Requires Android
2.2 and up
Content Rating
Everyone
Permissions
Offered By
ModSixtyFour.com
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