Another App updated to the newest iOS version!
Project Time Log has been rebuilt in Swift, with updated API’s for DropBox and SQLite. After five years (first version in 2012!) still up and running!

Project Time Log in the AppStore

The goal of Project Time Log is to keep track of time you’ve spent on projects. There are three main actions:

1. Add one or more projects;
2. Start the timer for the project you start working on. Stop the timer when you stop working. You can repeat this as often as you wish;
3. View the log to learn how much time you’ve spent on your projects (per timer, per day and in total).

In addition to these actions you can:
– change project properties any time;
– make changes to your logs or add/delete logs manually: this comes in handy when you forgot to stop or start the timer;
– use the build-in notification system to alert you when a certain amount of time has been exceeded.
– export your logs for use in an external spreadsheet.
– backup and restore your data.

Project Time Log has been designed to be intuitively simple. The best way to get to know it is by testing and trying. There is a predefined ‘test project’ which you can use for that purpose. When finished testing you can delete it without any consequences.

A powerful feature of Project Time Log is that once you’ve started a timer, it will simply keep on counting until you stop it, even when your device is completely switched off.

How Was Your Mood?

Everybody experiences moodswings in some way or another, it is a natural thing. There can be a lot of reasons for wanting to get an insight in your moodswings, from simply being interested to being diagnosed bipolar.

DevJockeys developed the iOS app ‘How was your mood’. It is a friendly app, which helps you to document your mood swings on a daily basis,
by asking you a simple question: how was your mood today?
Because it is so important to know if your mood change was a reaction to events, or seemed to have no reason at all,
the app enables you to make notes, which you can easily access in the graph. Intuitive and simple!


*start screen:

  • pan or tap to set your daily mood
  • select “date” to fill in moods for other (past) dates
  • after setting your mood, select “note” to make some notes for this day
  • tap on “overview” to show the graph
  • tap on “settings” to open the settings view


  • enable or disable autocorrection while editing notes
  • enable or disable daily notifications. When switched on, tap the “edit” button to set a notification time. The app will remind you to fill in your mood at the time you set here daily

*Overview / Graph

  • swipe left or right to scroll the graph
  • use the “+” and “-” buttons to change the year
  • tap on a date point to view or edit notes

You can find “How Was Your Mood” in Apple’s App Store.

Get it on Google Play

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