Manifest tracks your time and helps you set and achieve time-tracking goals. Make sure you spend the right amount of time on each of your projects!
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Ideal for freelancers who divide their time between multiple projects, Manifest makes it easy to keep sight of the big picture. Simply set how much time you want to spend on each project per week or month, and Manifest breaks the time down into manageable daily goals.
Tracking time is as easy as a single tap. You can start and stop a timer in the app, a handy Notification Center widget, or even from your Apple Watch. When you've reached your daily goal for a project, Manifest can congratulate you with a notification, letting you know it's time to move to the next task.
- Start and stop timers with a single tap
- Set goals and keep track of your progress with the Today view
- Smart Goals automatically adjust when you're ahead or behind schedule
- Timesheet view shows how you spent time each day
- Leave detailed notes to remember what you worked on
- Round off your logged time by swiping
- iCloud sync keeps your data up to date across all your devices
- Archive projects that are no longer active (Pro feature)
- Apple Watch support so you can track time from your wrist
- Today widget to track time without even opening the app
- Easily export data in CSV format (Pro users get fine-grained export control)
Upgrade to Manifest Pro to get access to a host of additional features including:
- Unlimited Projects
- Project Archiving
- Fixed-Length Goals
- Fine-grained control over CSV data export
Manifest Pro subscriptions are available for $2.49/month or $19.99/year USD. The subscription will be charged to your credit card through your iTunes account and will automatically renew unless canceled at least 24 hours before the end of the current period. Though your subscription for the current month cannot be canceled, you can turn auto-renewal off in your account settings after purchase. See instructions here: https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT202039
Users who purchased a Pro upgrade prior to version 2.0 will continue to get access to all Pro features.
Terms of Service: http://tapandtonic.net/manifest-terms-of-service
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- Fixed a bug that could cause a crash when manually editing time in history view.
- Fixed a scrolling issue when editing projects and time on larger devices.
By popular request, Manifest now lets you track time for multiple tasks within a project. Swipe left on a project and tap the task icon to add or change tasks. In the Today tab of the detail view, you'll see a breakdown of time by task for the current date. You can also tap on a task in this view to make it the current task. In the Analysis tab, you'll also see a breakdown of time by task. Tasks can be used across projects, which lets you categorize your time.
In order to help you keep your schedule on track, this update contains big improvements to scheduling. For each day, you'll see your projects broken down into Scheduled and Unscheduled sections. Projects appear in the Scheduled section if the current date is a work day for that project and the project's goal hasn't been reached yet. All other projects appear in the Unscheduled section, which is collapsed by default to keep things tidy. (Just tap on the Unscheduled header to expand it.)
By default, all projects use the global work days setting that you can configure on the main settings screen. (Tap the gear in the upper left corner of the screen.) In addition, you can set a custom work day schedule for each project on the project's settings screen. For example, if you have a project that you only do on weekends, you could set that project's work days to Saturday and Sunday. It'll appear in the Scheduled section on those days, and in Unscheduled on all other days.
Finally, a new daily goal type is perfect for projects that have the same time requirements each day. You can select the daily goal type in any project's settings.
Improved History Tab
The History tab can now show your time visually so you can see at a glance what you worked on during the course of a day. Swipe from side to side to view different days, or tap on a block of time to edit it. The list view is also improved, now breaking down time by date and showing the task.
From either view, you can tap on the + button in the upper right to add time manually, which is perfect if you forgot to start a timer. You can optionally assign a task and notes as well.
If you have iCloud sync enabled, Manifest will now sync your app settings across devices, providing a consistent experience no matter where you are. There's nothing to set up or configure, and your data continues to be private.
Improved Watch App Reliability
This update improves the speed and reliability between Manifest on your phone and your Apple Watch. Timers should start and stop more quickly than previous versions. I plan a bunch of additional improvements to the Watch app in a future release, but I wanted to be sure and improve the basics now.
On the iPad, Manifest now supports some basic keyboard shortcuts for moving between projects and tabs. I plan additional improvements to keyboard shortcuts in the future.
Ratings and Reviews
Nice workflow analysis app
This looks great on my iPad, and the subscription fee is very modest. I’ve seen similar apps that are 3x as expensive. I hate seeing all the selfish complaints in other comment-reviews as anyone who has paid attention knows that the subscription model is the best way to survive in the app world where a short initial burst of app sales is often followed by a void with very little income. Think of it as giving to an artist you like as a way to support their endeavors, and value you them as someone you would like to have continued success. If you don’t support these hard-working and very creative people, they will give up and be forced to do something else.
Anyway, this looks like a fantastic app: good looks, easy to use, and can improve your life at least $25 worth per year!
Ugh. Monthly subscription?
Cmon. Flat fee. Why on earth is a monthly fee needed for a small app that can easily handle more than the two projects given for free? This reeks of a money grab from an otherwise nicely designed app. It’s just not worth 2.99 monthly or 25 annually. I have purchased much more powerful and feature-laden apps for much less and for a flat fee. Lose it or lose me and probably a number of other folks you’re losing revenue on from this model. :P
Developer Response ,
I’m sorry that Manifest’s Pro features don’t feel like a good value. For what it’s worth, part of the goal behind the subscription pricing is to fund ongoing development of the app. I want to be able to keep adding new features and supporting existing ones, and ongoing revenue makes it a lot easier to do that. Are there particular features that would make it more compelling? I’m always looking for suggestions that would improve the app!
Good premium, awesome integration
Only complaint is that the watchOS app doesn't work that well, but that's an OS issue, not a developer issue. Integration between iOS devices is so smooth, lightning fast syncing, and intutive notes and timeline views. Love the pie chart feature with multiple projects! This really helped me to see how I budget my time.
- Tap and Tonic LLC
- 46.9 MB
Requires iOS 11.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- Rated 4+
- © 2015 Tap and Tonic LLC
- In-App Purchases
- Pro Subscription Monthly $2.49
- Pro Subscription Yearly $19.99
- Manifest Pro $4.99
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.