Hyper - Focus Time Tracker 4+

Daily Habit Productivity Log

Amarok Technologies Inc.

Designed for iPhone

    • 4.1 • 16 Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases

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Hyper helps you stay focused and motivated in reaching your goals through time tracking. With its intuitive and minimalistic interface, learn how you spend your day through data analysis.

Start using Hyper now to organize your life by taking control of your time.

Hyper Features:
• Track how much time you spend on any task
• Quickly start/stop timers with a single tap
• Easily export your data as a CSV file
• View your task entry history
• Examine your progress over time with a pie and bar chart
• Create customizable reminders for each task
• Archive tasks for future reference
• Passcode and Touch / Face ID security
• Light/Dark Mode

The free version of Hyper allows you to create 3 task timers and 1 notification for each. For unlimited tasks, notifications, and additional premium features, you can subscribe to Hyper for $2.99/month.

Hyper contains an optional $2.99/month premium subscription. Payment will be charged to iTunes Account at confirmation of purchase. Subscription automatically renews unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24-hours before the end of the current period. Account will be charged for renewal within 24-hours prior to the end of the current period, for the chosen plan's price. Subscriptions may be managed and auto-renewal may be turned off by going to your iTunes/App Store Account Settings after purchase.

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What’s New

Version 6.0

• Updated app icon and screenshots

Thank you for using Hyper!
Contact us at support@amarok.xyz

Ratings and Reviews

4.1 out of 5
16 Ratings

16 Ratings

itsjennaaa ,

Simple and easy to use

This app is super simple and does what I wanted - keeps track of my reading time each day. It doesn’t over complicate anything. I’m a big fan.

Ellerooful ,

Subscription? For a timer?!

Hello, developers. You’ve created a great app here, and I was so excited to see what finally looked like an attractive 30/30 replacement. Well done! Then I saw that you are asking for $2.99 per month for a subscription to this timer. Think about it. Would YOU pay $36 per year for a timer? For an app that doesn’t offer a great deal more than what any smartphone will do for free? I understand that it also tracks habits, but so do a lot of free or one-time-fee apps. The trend toward subscription-based apps isn’t all that consumer-friendly, but at least I understand when an app does multiple things and will provide increasing value over the lifetime of the app. There is no way that I would subscribe to a timer at this rate, which would cost me a whopping $180 over 5 years! If you want this app to succeed, please be reasonable. Thank you.

Procrastination again ,


This app is absolutely perfect. It doesn't fall for the same flaws that other apps fall for.

Example 1:

Timer apps with poor reporting.

This application has the perfect amount of reporting. It's not a bunch of charts for no apparent reason and it remains insightful with a focus on task reporting. One thing I would like to see is the ability to create projects for example work - call x

Example 2:

Timer apps without data export

I don't need a timer that then becomes a data analysis tool for freelancers but if I did I wouldn't want to be limited to any single application. The ability to export data allows me to build whatever charts or graphs I'd like to analyze my own performance

Example 3:

A heavy focus on being a task manager and not a productivity enabler - the reason we use these apps

These apps usually have too much of one thing or not enough of the other. Apps with heavy gamification even ones with forest are great for growing gardens but I can't actually see that I am being productive during the task. Which if you have adhd is important. This app lets me anticipate the progress with it's ui and creating a task is as simple as adding a todo on things.

Example 4:

Poor user interface

This app is beautiful. It isn't red like a tomato it isn't overbearing with charts and the fact that the timer is not a giant clock in the middle of the app. Its logical. The more time you spend the more the bar increases with colors you choose.

Example 5:

A ridiculous emphasis on "sessions"

Sessions are ridiculous. If you need a break pause the timer. I have never created a session and have gone back to the task. This app is genius in the way that it increases the task completion meter as time goes by making me more likely to jump back in because from a gamification perspective my brain wants the meter to be full

Developer Response ,

Hi Procrastination again,

We're really happy to hear that you're enjoying the app!

Thank you for all of your feedback.

If you have any more feature requests, contact us at support@amarok.xyz

Amarok Support

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