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Hello Everyone

Just wanted to see what apps are your favorite free or paid that you use in the electrical field on your ipads
 

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ET, Master Bender, Elect Calc, Electrical Helper and Note Master.
A few simple games to occupy my simple mind.
 

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The NEC app is the one I use most, but I also really like Elec. Helper for conduit sizing.

edit: I use TimeTracker to fill in my time sheets.
 

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Deep Cover said:
The NEC app is the one I use most, but I also really like Elec. Helper for conduit sizing. edit: I use TimeTracker to fill in my time sheets.
Can you go back a few weeks to check your times. I have an app and had my jobs on it and was keeping times per job not realizing they were gone at the end of the week.
 

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Can you go back a few weeks to check your times. I have an app and had my jobs on it and was keeping times per job not realizing they were gone at the end of the week.
Yes you can. I usually copy the info from the app down onto my timesheet, but there is a way to email a filled in sheet to yourself/office.
 

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flyboy said:
Which one of the electric calculator apps are you using? There's a bunch of them.
I use Electrical Calc Elite.
I forget the cost but it does get the updates.
 

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Deep Cover said:
Yes you can. I usually copy the info from the app down onto my timesheet, but there is a way to email a filled in sheet to yourself/office.
Note master also autosync's with google docs.
 
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