Store on local (or online) database any type of custom logs/actions using NFC actions! Badge NFC for Android is a new application that allow you to manage your own badge system (clock in/out), using the NFC chip of your phone and every NFC tag ...Read more
Store on local (or online) database any type of custom logs/actions using NFC actions!
Badge NFC for Android is a new application that allow you to manage your own badge system (clock in/out), using the NFC chip of your phone and every NFC tag you can find on the market. You can buy tags from many stores, google for "tag nfc" to find some. Since version 3.0 you can use it to store any custom logs, with custom action and custom fields.
It requires Trigger (ex NFC Task Launcher) in order to work with NFC chip. Use Help page to configure it. You can also use it without NFC chip (though the application was designed to work with NFC), in that case you should manually register In/Out actions using dedicated buttons.
Place your own NFC tag wherever you want and touch the tag with your smartphone. The application will register alternatively In and Out actions (or custom logs in version 3.0) on a local database, saving date, time and also GPS location. Data can be easily exported to an Excel file.
On PRO version you can setup the application to load your entries to an online database and share them with a user group. Do you have a small company or a gym with a friends group and do you want to save clock IN/OUT and share them with all your users? Well, Badge NFC Pro is your solution!
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UPDATED ON: Apr 17, 2014
INSTALLATIONS: 10,000 - 50,000
LATEST VERSION: 3.36
REQUIRED ANDROID VERSION: 3.0 and up
full Internet access
Allows an application to create network sockets.
view network state
Allows an application to view the state of all networks.
modify/delete SD card contents
Allows an application to write to the SD card.
approximate (network-based) location
Access location sources such as the cellular network database to determine an approximate phone location, where available. Malicious applications can use this to determine approximately where you are.
precise (GPS) location
Access precise location sources such as the Global Positioning System on the phone, where available. Malicious applications can use this to determine where you are, and may consume additional battery power.