Good news: The issue that was causing TimeLogger to crash on startup for some people after upgrading to version 2.3.0 on iOS5 has been resolved and submitted to Apple for approval. If this issue affects you, there is a work-around that can get you back in control. Click the "Read more" link below to read the solution...
To get past the crash on startup, follow these steps:
A. Plug your iDevice into your computer via USB and open iTunes
B. Select your device from the list of devices on the left.
C. Click the "Apps" tab or button in the top center of the iTunes window.
D. Scroll down to the "File Sharing" section and select "TimeLogger" from your Apps list.
E. For safe-keeping save all of these files to your computer.
F. Select the file called "TimeLogger.sqlite" and hit the "Delete" key (or "Backspace" key if your have a PC-style keyboard). If you do not have a file called "TimeLogger.sqlite" please let me know right away.
G. That's it. TimeLogger should start working now, and all of your data should be present.