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January 08, 2010

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Launch: mite.go, the app for iPhone / iPod Touch

Now that’s a headstart for 2010: two 3rd party developers, Daniel Rinser & Victor Saar, released an app to bring mite to the iPhone / iPhone touch! The native app named mite.go joins the official version for the iPhone browser. From today on, you might choose to use the faster and more feature-rich iPhone app.

mite.go – Time tracking on the iPhone

With mite.go, time entries can be added very easily. A timer is available as well; you’ll find it on the dedicated timer view. A smart icon right within the menu bar allows you to make sure at a glance if a timer is ticking. Furthermore, customers, projects and services can be managed with mite.go – a feature which is not available in the official browser-based iPhone version. The interface adapts graphical elements known from mite; it’s well-arranged and useable.

Time tracking on the iPhone: mite.go

You can find more screenshots, system requirements, the feature roadmap and support details on the site of mite.go. The app is $4.99 (3.99 €, 5.50 CHF), you can download it from the App Store. Please note that you’ll have to activate the mite.api, our open data interface, first: You’ll find this option by clicking on your user name in the upper right-hand corner within mite.

The developers are definitely looking forward to improving mite.go based on your feedback. So please take a minute and tell them how it’s working for you! You might even want to add a review on the App Store? Other users would benefit from your opinion, for sure. Thanks in advance to you, and of course to Daniel & Victor for developing this great app!


Comments

Tamim Swaid on Jan 8, 2010 at 15:27

Kudos. Sieht gut aus.

Flo on Jan 8, 2010 at 17:43

I love mite.

I would love the iPhone app to work even with out an internet connection.
(It could synchronize upon the next connection)

If that is realized, I will buy the app.

Cheers!

Julia on Jan 8, 2010 at 17:47

@Flo: Offline support is scheduled on the official roadmap of the iPhone app. We’re concinced as well that this would be great for mite.go – let’s see what the two develeopers will come up with!

Gerald on Jan 11, 2010 at 17:20

Gleich mal geshopt. Sieht ganz gut aus, stürzt aber leider reproduzierbar ab, sobald ich auf den Projekte-Tab gehe… gleich mal den Entwicklern mailen.

Daniel Rinser on Jan 11, 2010 at 18:29

@Gerald: Danke für den Hinweis. Wie bereits per Mail ausführlicher beschrieben, haben wir den Fehler gefunden und das Problem sollte demnächst gelöst sein.

@alle: Vielen Dank für die netten Worte, vor allem dir Julia!

Alexandra on Jan 11, 2010 at 22:58

Grosse Klasse wieder mal. Ich liebe mite!! Und die App werde ich mir gleich auf den iPhone laden. Danke an alle.

Gerald on Jan 13, 2010 at 18:50

Super, der Crash ist schon gefixt. Bin gespannt auf die weitere Entwicklung :-)

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