Enhance your Toggl time-tracking experience with Timery! Start your most-used timers with one tap. Edit your recent time entries easily. See reports of your time tracked. With its apps, widgets, and Shortcuts actions, Timery brings you easy time tracking with Toggl.
Timery works on iPhone, iPad, Mac, and Apple Watch with your free or paid Toggl Track account but is made independently of Toggl by Joe Hribar.
Save your most-used timers and start them with one tap.
Manage your recent time entries, start duplicates, and manually add new entries.
Edit the project, description, tags, start & stop times, and duration for your time entries.
See your time tracked today and this week with configurable filters and grouping options. And show summary reports of your time tracked beyond today and this week.
Reports can be exported as CSV, PDF, and PNG files from the app and Shortcuts.
Start saved timers, edit time entries, manage projects, view your time tracked in reports, and more on Mac too. And see your current time entry in the menu bar with quick access to stopping & editing it and starting saved timers & recent timers.
Start, stop, and edit your current time entry. Start saved timers. See your time tracked. Edit logged time entries & start duplicates. All right from your wrist.
Timery for Apple Watch has three sets of complications: check your current time entry, start a new time entry, and see reports of your time tracked.
All three types of complications are also available as widgets in the Smart Stack on watchOS 10.
Timery includes eight customizable Home Screen and desktop widgets. Check your current time entry. Start saved timers and recent timers. See your time tracked with various parameters to customize what is reported on (like a single project or client) and how it is displayed (like by project, by tag, or by day). And do all that in a single Dashboard widget or Project widget.
And on Mac, widgets are available in full-color and monochrome.
On iOS 17 and macOS Sonoma, widgets are interactive: Start & stop time entries and Live Activities, start time entries minutes ago and at the last stop time, page through more timers than can normally fit, show time-tracked details, and switch report time periods—all without having to open the app.
Timery also has three customizable Lock Screen widgets to check your current time entry, see reports of your time tracked, and start a new time entry.
And on iPad, small Home Screen widgets are also available.
Home Screen widgets are also available in StandBy on iPhone.
Show your current time entry on the Lock Screen and in the Dynamic Island. And on iOS 17, the stop button is interactive too.
In Shortcuts or with Siri, start & stop time entries, check your current time entry, check time tracked, and more.
Start a new current time entry, add a new time entry, add a new saved timer. Edit current time entry parameters like project, description, and start & stop times. Start up to 30 saved timers. All available throughout the app.
More things in Timery to help you track your time. Whatever projects you’re tracking your time for, I hope you have a good time tracking with Timery.
Select from suggestions of recent timers and saved timers when starting, editing, and adding time entries.
Start a new time entry and have its start time automatically set to customizable minutes ago or whenever the last stop time today was.
If you stop the current time entry but later realize you’re still working on that thing, restart the time entry to continue tracking that thing like you never stopped.
Hide or show seconds in the app and widgets as well as on Apple Watch and in complications.
Round time entry durations to customizable intervals when editing the time entry and automatically when stopping the current time entry.
Edit & delete your Toggl projects, tasks, & tags and add new ones. (Custom project colors and billable status are features of paid Toggl plans.)
When in a Focus, switch to a particular workspace; show or hide particular clients, projects, & tags; and set a particular saved reports overview & summary report.
Customize the Timery icon on your Home Screen with 134 alternate app icons in various styles. And customize the theme color in the app.
Timery is free to use on a limited basis: save up to four timers, manage the four latest time entries today (the rest for the past week are read-only), edit the current time entry, and add new projects and tags.
With a $0.99 monthly or $9.99 yearly subscription (which includes a two-week free trial), join the Timery Club and unlock all the app’s functionality. You’ll also be helping support the app and future development, and I greatly appreciate that!
Timery has been featured on MacStories, Cortex, Connected, AppStories, Upgrade, and The Sweet Setup.
Timery was named Best New App for the 2019 MacStories Selects awards.
“What sets Timery apart from other time tracking utilities is the unique combination of developer Hribar’s understanding of the needs of Toggl users and his embrace of modern iOS and iPadOS technologies. Timery isn’t just a more customizable Toggl client with advanced features […]; it’s also an exemplary iOS and iPadOS citizen that showcases what great iOS and iPad apps should offer.”
“[…It’s] not often that a new app manages to go beyond mere professional intrigue and actually change the way we get work done. Timery is one such app.”
Timery was named Best Watch App for the 2022 MacStories Selects awards.
“It’s no surprise that Timery is just as good a citizen on the Apple Watch as it is on iOS. Joe Hribar’s Toggl client is an excellent depiction of what an Apple Watch app should be.”
“Timery for watchOS is almost as full-featured as Timery for iOS. This is an impressive achievement for an app that remains simple to use and avoids looking cluttered or overwhelming on the tiny Apple Watch screen. It truly feels like the ideal distillation of all of Timery’s features.”
“There is no better Apple Watch time tracker than Timery.”
Timery was named Best Newcomer iOS App and a runner-up for Best iOS App for the 2019 Upgradies awards.
“It’s been an application in really great consistent development throughout the entire year. The developer, Joe, does a wonderful job of integrating feedback from users and advancing the application in a bunch of ways.”
“It is an application that I use all day every day. When I am working, Timery is running. It’s absolutely fantastic, and I love it.”
Timery was named the Best Time Tracking App by The Sweet Setup.
“Timery is hands down the best time tracking app for iOS. It gives you a functional user interface that is perfect for managing your timers and your time entries, the Shortcuts support is stellar, and the widgets eliminate much of the friction that typically comes from starting and stopping manual timers.”
“Timery has arguably the best widgets of iOS app we’ve seen. They are not only powerful, but also very customizable.”
“…for flexible, frictionless time tracking, you can’t beat Timery. The app has been on my Home screen for months now and gets a workout seven days a week.”
“With saved timers, easy access to recent timers, a Today widget, and Siri shortcuts, Timery makes starting and stopping timers second nature.”
“Timery is a fantastic example of an app built with care, attention to detail, and an understanding of its users. Joe Hribar knows that there’s lots more to effective time tracking that starting and stopping timers, and Timery’s users are the beneficiaries.”
“Timery’s widgets are some of my absolute favorites for iOS 14, and I’m using several variations of them on my Home Screens. […] Timery is the leading example of the freedom granted by multiple widget types and sizes, and developer Joe Hribar has done a terrific job in going all-in with WidgetKit.”
“All the Timery widgets that deal with presenting reports about tracked time are […] one of the best implementations of parameters you can find on the App Store at the moment.”
“Timery is my favorite iOS app ever. I get such great use out of it, so it’s personal to me. Time tracking is a big part of my life. But this application—the amount of work that is put into this and new features is truly astounding.”
“It really is just absolutely fantastic, and it really feels like an application that’s so well made for the task that it performs. And it’s really just a masterclass in long-term app development.”
On Timery’s Shortcuts support: “It’s just a million times easier than it used to be trying to put together URL schemes [to use the Toggl API].”
“It means I can build shortcuts on my own again without needing to try and work out how the API works.”
“There’s a lot to say about Timery this year.”
“The big thing is that it is on the Mac which is fan-freaking-tastic.”
On the menu bar item: “I absolutely love it. It’s so useful for me and just makes starting and stopping my timers just so simple. It’s fantastic.”
“Timery has excellent integrations with Shortcuts, letting me start and stop timers as part of my automations without thinking.”
“It has made it much easier for me to track my time, because it is very simple to use – and in my case, it builds right into my shortcuts that I already use to launch a significant number of actions.”