RAF Enterprising
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There are 1440 minutes in each day. We spend all of them each and every day with different activities and habits... like sleeping, exercising, making phone calls, eating, etc.. Wouldn't it be interesting to find out how we SPEND our valuable time currency - easily.

How about treating your TIME like $ in the BANK? Every day there's an auto-deposit of $1440 (1440 minutes) into your Time Bank. Then through the day you write $15 checks (15 minutes) to the activity you're involved in. Just quick 3 word checks like "drive to work", or "emailing", or "Client Smith mtg", or "tv with kids", or "nap time", etc..

Anytime during the day, or week, or month, you can see the cumulative impact of how you spend your time with a pie chart display.

It will show your GOOD time-spending and your POOR time-spending habits.
Entering Activities
When you have outstanding 15 minute intervals, you can enter the activities you did during these intervals.

Step 1: Enter in the activity you were doing during the selected times. You can also select a recent task right below the check entry.

Step 2: Select the time periods that you were doing this activity. Note: Start from the least recent 15 minute intervals first - any unselected times before the most recent SELECTED time period will be ignored.

Step 3: Tap SUBMIT to deposit your check.
Reviewing Activities

There are several ways to view your time spending habits in Time Bank. Check allows you to view the total amount of time for each activity you have spent TODAY, displaying the activity that you have done the most often.

Pie Chart allows you to see the total cumulative amount of time for each activity you have spent in a chart form. You can TAP on the pie pieces to see the activity's total time spent, as well as the percentage of all time spent on that activity.

Underneath the Pie Chart, you can also see a list view of your cumulative time spending habits.

Content rating: Rated 4+

Requires OS: 6.1

Supported Devices:
- iPad
- iPhone
- iPod Touch

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