Plan your work shifts/services on your mobile for continues rosters / shifts / schedules ... Infos: https://mopsdom.no-ip.org/help - Easily create your own shifts and plan your own rosters. - You can add deviations from your regular roster ...Read more
- Easily create your own shifts and plan your own rosters. - You can add deviations from your regular roster and see them in your calendar app too.
Localized for German/English!!!
If you can not uninstall this app, you have to disable the passwordcheck function in the apps' preferences first! (Deactivate Deviceadministrator)
Application: - Display the full shift rythm, next dates,... - Calendar: select between Grid or Listview (shows given dates and birthdays) - Overtime - Export your shifts (HTML or iCalendar-Format) - Export dates to iCalendar-Format - List all others departments in your roster* (Dayview or Listview) - create your own datetypes - uses Googlecalendar > synchable - automated Shiftalarm - Ringtones selectable -Support for Webasto Thermo Call car heaters: >autostart with roster alarm >widget for start / stop manually ...
Widget 1: - Size(2x2) - Display of the actual and next week - shows future dates (max. 5) ...
Widget 2: - Size(4x4) - Calendarwidget with monthview - shows the services for each day of a month and marks the days with stored dates ...
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UPDATED ON: Mar 2, 2016
INSTALLATIONS: 10,000 - 50,000
LATEST VERSION: 3.20.21
REQUIRED ANDROID VERSION: 4.0 and up
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