It's an okay app for its core functionality. Even though I understand and agree with the limitations for visualizing the data in the mobile compared to desktop, I believe the mobile experience should be really focused on quick start/stop timer interactions. The only facilitation I saw was the stop notification, but none for quick starting a timer. A few really simple ideas would be: - A default project just like there is on desktop; - A simple (and please, small) widget that is configured for a specific project and can be toggled from the home screen; - A public action defined for other apps to quickly toggle timers. Especially useful with launchers like Nova for defining custom gestures in home screen to toggl.
Would give five stars if there was a more useful widget for this app. When you turn off your android or close out of the app you have to open and then start or stop your tracking. Thats seconds that when in a rush can become tiresome. Would be great if it had a widget you could see at all times on one window screens like the website. Hope that makes sense.
Toogle is good service and app would be good to. Byt it crsashes a lot, multiple times everytime I try to use. After a few weeks of crashing a some crashreports sent I'm givimg bad review. Nothing has been fixed and it feels like the app is not mantained anymore.
In concept the app is great, in practice it falls short. Crashes frequently and repeatedly, syncs inconsistently, and generally performs poorly on my pixel. All these things could be fixed, and I hope they are because I like the core time tracking concepts toggl employs.
This is a good app but there are a few things that are extremely simple to add that should be added immediately. They include: - Letting the app go landscape (on my tablet if I have it slotted into my wireless keyboard, it is very annoying to have to rotate it when using this app. No other app on my entire tablet has this issue. This is not a difficult feature) - Add a "syncing" message and disallow pressing buttons when you first open it. Sometimes when you have it running on your computer and you open it on your phone it will initially seem like you haven't stopped the timer, or it takes a few seconds to sync up and tell you what's actually on your Toggl. Other than that, great app that provides a very valuable service for free!
Toggl is the best when it comes to its website version. But this Android app stinks. It is not able to sync with cloud, hangs a lot, stops in the middle, UI very heavy and a lot more. I wonder how it got 3.9 rating probably because people rated it for website version. Pathetic experience! This app crashes so frequently that if you charges then 50 bucks for a crash they might go bankrupt in a day and 10 bucks for every crash then this might be equivalent to the profit they generate in a day. I haven't exaggerated a bit in this. This is my 3rd edit to the preview since I installed. I wish i had some alternatives considered before starting to track my project.
- Minor UI tweaks
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