Android: If you're one of the millions of people who pick up their phone every few minutes, SaveMyTime wants to hijack that habit. It replaces your lock screen to ask how you've spent your time since the last time you used your phone.
There are a lot of time tracking apps out there, but most of them are limited to what you do on the computer or on your phone. Some can track when you move, but not what you're really doing. The only real way to track that is to ask. SaveMyTime, on the other hand, actually asks what you're doing in the most convenient spot possible: Your phone's lock screen.
When you turn your phone on, it gives you a selection of activities like working, studying, sleeping or a few others. Tap the activity you've been doing since you last checked your phone and it will add that time to your tracker. You can also customise the names of your activities, if you don't spend a lot of time studying or running, for example. It's a simple mechanic that might just help you use an existing habit to create new ones.
SaveMyTime (Free) [Google Play Store]