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|Store||Category||Version||Last Update||Avg. ratings|
|Android||Productivity||3.02||June 16, 2017||4.57|
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- ● App Name
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- ● App Description
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- ● Screenshots
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- ● Versions
Your last version was released more than 3 months ago. Update your app with new features and/or some bug fixing.
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Version 3.02 released on June 16, 2017
- Fixed job selection dark text bug
- Fixed time to show 00:10 instead of 24:10
- Fixed break minutes showing as hours in export
- Fixed import bug when default job is empty
- Now June 06 displays as June 6
Version 3.01 released on March 28, 2017
- Small bug fix
Version 3.0 released on February 28, 2017
- Punch In time can be edited on main screen
- Added option to show breaks when viewing shifts
- Added raise options
- Added Spreadsheet Export options
- Added Spanish translation
- Updated look
Version 2.42 released on January 09, 2017
Work Log 2.42
- Fixed Auto-Break custom break pop-up bug
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Work Log is a quick, easy and free way to keep track of your shifts and calculate the number of hours worked and wages paid over your pay period.
★ Fast, simple and straightforward way to track your hours, expenses, tips, mileage and more
★ Save time with features like automatic break deduction and pay period settings
★ Use widgets to punch in and out quickly, or as a shortcut to add a new shift. (tap on the punch in time to cancel it)
★ Punch In and out, or enter your hours manually
★ Customize how Work Log looks with options like date and time formatting, when your week starts and a light or dark theme
★ View your hours in a variety of ways such as by week, month, pay period or all of your shifts at once
★ Set your pay period to automatically calculate how many hours you worked and your wages for each paycheck
★ Track as many details as you want with a variety of tracking options like Expenses, Tips, Sales, Mileage, Holiday Pay and more
★ Have deductions and/or bonuses automatically calculated for paycheck estimates
★ Keep track of overtime hours and wages for up to two separate overtimes
Install with Work Log Pro for extra features like tracking multiple jobs, removing ads, exporting all data as a spreadsheet (.CSV), as well as backup and import all saved data as a database via email
Work Log Ranking History | Productivity
Work Log daily app ranking in Productivity category for the last 30 days.
Work Log Worldwide Rankings | Productivity
Work Log rankings per country in Productivity category.
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