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We've had several customers ask when Intervals might be available for mobile devices, such as cell phones, blackberries, and the iphone. It's a much-desired feature, especially considering the amount of time we spend away from our computers. It would be ideal to have a mobile version of Intervals that allows you to start and stop timers while you are out in the field, updating your timesheet as you wait to catch a plane, or running a quick financial report in the middle of a client meeting; the uses of a mobile Intervals are infinite. At Pelago, we use a combination of devices; Windows Mobile on Cingular 8125s, iPhones, and Blackberries. So which mobile devices do you use? Tell us what you think about a mobile Intervals; we'll be taking your ideas and input into consideration when we begin developing.
A mobile version would be great; creating tasks on location, and manage timers when away. We use Mindows Mobile, Palm & Symbian / UIQ3. I think a web based mobile version would work best for us. As platform independent as possible.Regards,Lansen
We are currently using Cingluar 8255 and 8125's. we have thought about making move to Motorola Q.I think offline would be a good idea.Thanks,Matt
Hello,Are there any plans on this? We are working on some pda plans would like the direction offline time tracking is going.Thanks,Matt
iPod Touch (aka iPhone).On a related note, I'd love to be able to email an event to the system, e.g. that I've switched to a different activity. This would require defining a simple syntax, of course. But at my desktop that would be even easier that it already is; and it could let me submit task changes as TXT.It would even be useful if all I could do is text myself random notes, which the system might hold onto until I get online and can process them. Anything that reduces load on my memory is good!
That request seems like it is happening here:https://www.myintervals.com/forum/discussion/182/
quick comments:razr and most mobiles support OperaI'm using Windows mobile devices (OS 5 & 6) and there is also a browser called 'skyfire' that I find is faster & lighter than Opera and seem to render interval fine - just started using them, but i'm pretty impressed with skyfire's rendering capabilities in general - it just loads 'normal' web-pages and gives you zoom abilities so you don't need a hobbled mobile version of the sites you are visiting. just an fyi.
I use a Motorola Q. CSS text with few fixed widths and no images would be good and fast.SMS would be best I think. Text codes like Harvestapp does only more.
I would highly recommend developing for Android (Google) smartphones. Every cell phone provider and phone manufacturer is currently focusing on Android. It is not a matter of IF but WHEN it will have the marketshare.iPhone would also make sense, just do to current marketshare.IMO the others will start fading away (Symbian, RIM, WinMo, Palm).What about starting with a web based, auto-detect, such as this company I came across:https://www.5pmweb.com/feature_mobile_edition.php
Just released Android 2.0 SDK:https://android-developers.blogspot.com/2009/10/announcing-android-20-support-in-sdk.html
This may be of interest, initially develop for Android and then compile to iPhone:https://xmlvm.org/android/
May I please be allowed to use the mobile web beta version of Intervals? I am an Intervals user and have an Android phone using Android OS ver 2.1.ThanksJack Hughes
The mobile experience is officially beta. Checkout this blog post announcing the mobile beta and some planned improvements.
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