Timery for Toggl 4+

Easy time tracking with Toggl

Joseph Hribar

    • 4.8 • 468 Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases

Description

Enhance your Toggl time-tracking experience with Timery! Start your most-used timers with one click. Edit your recent time entries easily. See reports of your time tracked. With its apps, Shortcuts actions, and widgets, Timery brings you easy time tracking with Toggl.

Timery works on Mac, iPhone, iPad, and Apple Watch with your free or paid Toggl Track account but is developed independently of Toggl.

Timery’s features:

Saved Timers
Save your most-used timers and start them with one click.

Time Entries
Edit your past week’s time entries and add new ones.

Time Entry Suggestions
Select from suggested saved timers & recent time entries when starting or editing time entries.

Reports
See your time tracked today, this week, & beyond with filtering & grouping options.

Manage Projects & More
Edit your Toggl projects, tasks, & tags and add new ones.

Keyboard Shortcuts
Show sections, start time entries, edit the current time entry, and more.

Menu Bar Item
See your current time entry in the menu bar. Quickly stop it and start a new one.

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

Customizable Widgets
Check your current time entry, start timers, and see time tracked today, this week, & beyond.

And more is planned.

A few more notes:
• Timery is a Toggl client and requires a Toggl Track account.
• Timery requires an internet connection to perform tasks.
• Saved timers & report configurations sync with iCloud to all your devices signed in with the same 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 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 & future development, and I greatly appreciate that!

Happy time tracking!

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Timery has been featured on MacStories, Cortex, Connected, AppStories, Upgrade, and The Sweet Setup.

Federico Viticci, 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. […]

“[…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, Upgrade:

“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’s really just a masterclass in long-term app development.”

Mike Schmitz, 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.”

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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: https://timeryapp.com/privacy.html
• Terms of Use: https://timeryapp.com/terms.html

What’s New

Version 1.5.1

I hope you’ve been enjoying all the new goodies in Timery 1.5! This update has a few more new things and lots of fixes!

What’s new:
• Three weeks of recent time entries in the app
• More grouping options in summary reports
• A new duration format
• A new time-adjustment interval option
• Start Saved Timer action in Shortcuts
• Custom project colors for paid Toggl accounts
• Lots of fixes

Read on for more details!

More Recent Time Entries
Timery is using Toggl’s new API and now loads three weeks of logged time entries (or up to 1,000 entries) instead of just one week, so Time Entries view now shows more days and recent-time-entries lists include more entries. Older entries, of course, are still available on Toggl.

More Grouping Options in Summary Reports
Summary reports have more grouping options and can now be grouped by projects, tasks, descriptions, tags, and clients like in Reports Overview.

When grouping by tasks and tags, Timery has to download individual time entries for the report, so because of Toggl API limitations, larger time periods can take some time to load.

New Duration Format
When using Toggl’s “improved” duration format (“0:23:42”), there’s a new option whether or not to always show hours. When off, durations under an hour will hide the hour text. For example, “0:23:42” will show as “23:42” like the SwiftUI duration formatting in widgets and Live Activities.

New Time-Adjustment Interval Option
For starting a new current time entry minutes ago and adjusting start & stop times, there’s a new time-adjustment interval option that will ask each time what the interval should be instead of always adjusting by a preset interval.

Start Saved Timer Action
On macOS Ventura is a new Shortcuts action Start Saved Timer that shows a list of saved timers to start with an optional start-time parameter. This new action works well combined with Find Saved Timers and Choose from List actions to start a saved timer.

Custom Project Colors
In paid Toggl accounts, project colors can now be set to a custom color. When editing a project, you can either input a hex color or select a color from a standard macOS color picker.

See and Restore Archived Projects
If a workspace has archived projects, the projects view from the sidebar or in Settings has a new menu to show them and restore them.

Active and Inactive Tasks
When editing a project in paid Toggl accounts, inactive tasks are now listed with active tasks. And when editing a task, it can be marked as active or not. Only active tasks show when selecting projects for time entries.

Edit Workspace Names
Workspace names can now be edited either in the workspaces view from the sidebar or in Settings.

Fixes
• Summary Reports better react to window resizing.
• When editing or deleting projects, tags, & clients, saved timers and time entries throughout the app more reliably update to reflect those changes.
• Focus filtered saved timers and recent time entries in the menu bar potentially starting the wrong timer should be fixed.
• A Focus filter sometimes not correctly setting reports should be fixed.
• The new Saved Timers grid has some improvements when using multiple Timery windows.
• Some potential crashes here and there are fixed.

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Thank you for using and supporting Timery! If you have a question or suggestion or run into an issue, please email me at support@timeryapp.com.

Happy time tracking!
– Joe

Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
468 Ratings

468 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!

tdeniston ,

Great start!

Finally! Timery for Mac! I have been waiting for this for so long... Toggl just can't build a Mac app to save itself. Timery's Mac app has a lot of the same great features of its iOS companion and is fast, efficient, and a breeze to work with. There are some things that I have noticed so far that I would like to see improved: 1) tabbing through the 'Edit Time Entry' only makes four stops. It would be great if it would continue past the description and into the time area. 2) tabbing through the time editing area (after manually clicking on the Start time, for example) only has one stop for the hours and minutes, so you must use the arrow keys on your keyboard to get to the minutes. It would be handy to have reminders to start a timer if you are in the middle of your workday and don't have a timer running. It would also be great to have a reports or chart to show daily and weekly summary by project, client, etc.

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.

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