The app can automaticly punch in and out based on sensing the office WLAN network SSID.
Manual punch in and out is also available.
# Set up
Once the app is installed and up running press menu and settings
In the WiFi SSID type the work wlan name and hit save. The name is case sensetive.
In the lunch duration type the duration of lunch if you are not getting paid during lunch, and hit save (ex: 0.5 NB . not ,)
# First time use
Exit the app using the back key.
If the phones wlan is turned on, turn it off and the on again.
If the wlan was off just turn it on.
A message apperas : "Punch in based on WiFi SSID XXXXXXXX"
You actually don't have to be logged on to the wlan. The phone just needs to see it
You can now see a new line in the main window of the app.
If you want to change the punch in time, simply tap the line, change the time and hit save
Once you leave work the app simply punches out when the wifi connection is lost.
# Normal use
Once the app is installed it will automaticly punch in and out.
The app it self don't need to be running because a background system service
sends notifications to a service inside the app which should run all the time.
You can also punch in and out manually by using the buttons in the menu.
You can only regiser one punch in and one punch out per day
To go between weeks use the two buttons at the top; last week and next week.
To change a punch simply tap the line, edit and save
To delete a punch tap the line and hit delete.
To manually add a punch either backwards or forwards in time press menu and New punch
The app calculates the number of work hours in a day and sums together the entire week
To export entire database to .csv via mail go to Settings and hit Export CSV
Choose the e-mail application and send the .csv file to any e-mail address
# Further development
-Add an import function (.csv)
-Add location support using fine (GPS) or course positioning to punch in and out in addition to WiFi SSID
# Known bugs
-In the list view, rotating the phone to landscape/portrait will send you back to the current week
-In the edit view, rotating the phone to landscape/portrait will crash the application
-When low on power (<10% on most phones) the WiFi based punch service may fail to punch in/out