Enhance your Toggl experience on iOS with Timery! From starting your favorite timers with one tap to managing your projects and tags, Timery brings you easy time tracking with Toggl.

Timery works with your free or paid Toggl account but is developed independently of Toggl.

The full features of Timery:

Saved Timers
Save your most used Toggl timers and start them with one tap.

Time Entries
See your time entries for the past week, edit them (set the project & task, description, tags, and start & stop times), delete them, start duplicate entries, and manually add new entries.

Manage Projects & More
Add, edit, and delete your Toggl projects, tasks, tags, and clients.

Customizable Appearance
Group similar time entries, show tag names in saved timers & time entries instead of just a tag icon, customize dark mode, and change the app icon & theme color.

Customizable Widgets
Quickly start saved timers, check your current time entry, and check times tracked today or this week.

Shortcuts Support
Start & stop time entries, add & update time entries, check your current time entry, check times tracked, and more.

Much more is planned for the future.

A few notes on how the app works:
• Timery requires a Toggl account. If you don’t already have an account, sign up in the app or with Toggl.
• Timery currently requires an internet connection to start, stop, edit, and view time entries.
• Saved timers sync with iCloud, so they’re available on all your devices signed in with your Apple ID.

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), and edit the current time entry. With a monthly or 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!

Happy time tracking!


Timery has been featured on MacStories, AppStories, Connected, Cortex, and Upgrade and was selected as Best New App for the 2019 MacStories Selects awards and Best Newcomer iOS App and a runner up for Best iOS App for the 2019 Upgradies awards.

Federico Viticci on MacStories:

“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 in 2019. […]

“[…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”.

Myke Hurley on Upgrade:

“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.”


Subscription Details:
• Payment will be charged to your Apple ID account at the confirmation of purchase or after the free trial period if offered.
• Your subscription will automatically renew unless it is canceled at least 24 hours before the end of the current period. Your account will be charged for renewal within 24 hours prior to the end of the current period.
• You can manage and cancel your subscriptions by going to your account settings on the App Store after purchase.
• Any unused portion of a free trial period will be forfeited when you purchase a subscription.
• Privacy policy:
• Terms of Use:

What’s New

Version 1.1.3

Just a small, mostly widget update to help you track your time!

What’s new:
• Group the Time Tracked widget by day
• Graph improvements in the Time Tracked widget
• Customize where in the app widgets launch
• Sort reports from time tracked shortcuts by duration

Read on for more details!

Time Tracked By Day
In the Time Tracked widget, there’s a new option to group details by day. When reporting on time tracked this week, the widget will break down the times for each day of the week so you can compare day to day how much time you’ve tracked.

Graph Improvements
Bar graphs in the Time Tracked widget are improved so the bars are less vertically squished especially when the times reported are spread fairly evenly across multiple items.

Widget App Launching
All three widgets have a new parameter to customize where in the app the widget will open when selecting it. The options are: App (if you previously had the app open, it will reopen to that spot), Saved Timers, Time Entries, and Current Time Entry.

Time Tracked Sorting
The Check Total Time Tracked shortcut and the Check Project Time Tracked shortcut have a new parameter to sort the reported items in the presented shortcut UI alphabetically (like they are currently) or by duration.

A note on the old Timery widget: If you’d like to use the old widget, it’s still part of the app and hasn’t been removed. If you don’t see it in your list of legacy widgets, try restarting your device.


As always, thank you for using and supporting Timery! I really appreciate all the support this year. If you have a question or suggestion or run into an issue, please email me at

I hope you’re staying safe and staying healthy out there! Happy time tracking!

Ratings and Reviews

4.9 out of 5
424 Ratings

424 Ratings

ChazwickB ,

Timery is the best way to use Toggl for time-tracking

Timery is far superior to Toggl’s own iOS app, which is buggy, poorly designed, and barely useful. I was using the API via Shortcuts in lieu of their app. Luckily now we have Timery! Beautiful design, indie developed, by someone who is trustworthy and cares about making a solid product. Timery strives to support all of the important Toggl features like clients and tasks whiting projects, and I think the developer plans to add reporting at some point, and at the same time, Timery also strives to support the latest modern features and design principles in iOS like Dark Mode, theme and icon variations, card interface, robust and ever-expanding Shortcuts support, and more. Whether you use the paid version of Toggl or the free level, this app is still awesome, and well worth the subscription!

Prof SB ,

No reason for this to be a subscription

This is yet another example of developers trying to make EVERY app a subscription app regardless of whether it’s justified. There is absolutely no reason for an app with this functionality to charge a subscription fee aside from the developer wanting to make more money on an ongoing basis. I get that it makes the developer’s life easier, but it’s terrible for the consumer. Why should I pay someone in perpetuity for functions that do not necessarily require any ongoing expense to or commitment from the developer? If new features are added or significant new coding is required to ensure the app continues to function, then release a new version for people to buy. And to preempt the flawed argument that one should pay a monthly fee simply because one uses a product frequently, would you be willing to pay Nike or Converse a monthly fee just because you wear your shoes every day? No! You buy them once and wear them until you need to upgrade, at which point you buy a new pair. Software like this that isn’t actually a service should not use a software-as-a-service pricing model.

user_uncertain ,

An essential tool for automated time tracking.

I use time tracking less as a work tool (I work regular hours on a more-or-less fixed schedule, so I know how much time I spend working) and more as a personal self-awareness check, logging things like time spent socializing and cleaning the house.

Toggl was always kind of interesting, but it’s interface and integrations were always lackluster—until Timery.

The biggest factor to how effectively I track my time is ease of use: if I have to spend multiple minutes starting a timer every time I want to track something it rapidly becomes a wasted effort.

Timery is the solution for this problem: it’s saved timers and widget features enable near-instantaneous tracking, and with practically zero effort.

It’s supposed to be getting an update soon for Shortcuts integrations (the developer is pretty open about the progress on Twitter) and I intend to spend a fair amount out time configuring that system, but even in its current state it is hands down the best app for time tracking I’ve found.

App Privacy

The developer, Joseph Hribar, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Not Collected

The developer does not collect any data from this app.

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More


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