Are you spending lots of your time on low value tasks? You might find your time doesn't get spent where you think it does.

First, measure where your time goes, then reduce, or eliminate your biggest time wasting tasks. Use the knowledge acquired to improve your habits, and then see this feed through in terms of actual results.

Recording this information also makes completing work time sheets a breeze, and over time lets you see what can be done to improve your productivity.


• Simple and focused time keeper. Focused on tracking time, and nothing else.
• We do not complicate the interface by trying to do too many things in one place.
• Record the hours worked on your important tasks, clocking in and out with ease.
• Accurately track how your time is spent.
• Quickly change the current task you're recording.
• Use a task list that suits you. We do not prescribe the structure of your task list.
• The task list is hierarchical and can be as flat and simple, or as deep and complex as you wish.
• Now Then Free generously allows a list of up to 30 tasks.
• Stays out of your way. You are in and out quickly, with the minimum number of taps.
• Use of the keyboard is kept to a minimum.


• Use the crisp, colourful charts to quickly identify misused time.
• Use the knowledge gained to make the changes required to boost your productivity.
• Find out where your time actually goes, rather than scheduling what you expect to do.


• Now View
- A simple, rapid task selector for recording what you are doing now.
- Simply tap to start and stop tasks, or tap on another to switch to it immediately.
- Edit the task list as you go using Now.
- Order tasks how you want.
- Move entire branches from one part of the list to another by changing the parent task.

• Then View
- What you were doing, and when.
- View by day, week or month.
- A visual log of how your time was spent.
- Edit recorded events.
- Or add forgotten events afterwards.

• Chart View
- See the proportion of time spent on each task, or group of tasks.
- View bar charts and pie charts by day, week, month, or year.

• Filter both Then and Chart by task, date, or by time.

• Share Images
- Share via Mail, Messages, and social services such as Facebook or Twitter.
- Save to Photos, copy and paste into another app, or print directly.

• Backup and Restore
- Make your own backups and store them externally.

• Designed for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad.


• Low-value task identification
• Project Time Tracker
• Timesheet Assistant
• Study Tracker
• Work Log Book
• Activity Timer

Upgrade to Now Then Pro and get:

• Unlimited tasks
• Reminders
• iCloud sync
• Share CSV data files

Get Now Then today and find out where your time really goes.

What’s New

Version 2.3.1

Bug Fixes

• Fix for 12/24 hour clock issue.
• If you are still having problems, please let us know what language you use.

Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
108 Ratings

108 Ratings

Rickjames8 ,

Really helps with time management

I love this app, it helps me see when I go over time in my activities and track how much time I’ve spent doing each over the past couple weeks. I even emailed about a new feature to see the percentage of total day, week, and month hours in the chats section and got a response immediately that it would be added to the potential features list. I hope to see that one day. All in all I love it. It’s not tracking my time for me, it’s a tool I need to be diligent about using. I think that’s a good thing to help build discipline. Anything worth doing isn't always easy!

Rainbow dash42 ,


I had this for a day and upgraded to pro. It's exactly what I was looking for - super easy to use, supports manual adjustments, doesn't seem to drain too much battery when running in background.

Easy to move your data from free to pro version - at least on an iphone. (Go under general -- backup and of you have pro installed, it will give you the option to backup to pro. Transfers all the settings and data in a snap.)

Lali0380 ,


Note: I used this app for personal use, not for business.

I switched from aTracker to this, and at first I liked this time tracking app better. It seemed easier to use. But after a few hours of using, I noticed a lot of limitations. The biggest one for me, if I try to block out time in advance but then I run a timer, whatever I have scheduled in the future is deleted. I know that this is a time tracking app, not an app to create a schedule for the day, but I want to be able to do both. I can kind of do both in aTracker.

Another thing I don’t like is in the chart section, when i see the pie chart view. The categories under the pie chart show time spent on each activity in terms of percentages, not hours and minutes. To see how many hours I spent on each activity, I have to click on the individual pie section. And some sections are too small to click.

Also, when viewing charts, I can view activity for the day, week and month (I think, it’s not really clear). But I can’t select a custom range.

I am going back to aTracker.

Developer Response ,

Support for future events is coming in the next version. There is a filter option that lets you pick a range of dates, though this filters *within* whatever period you're currently viewing data for. We agree that this isn't as intuitive as users expect, so we're looking at improving it. We take your other points on board - they're useful feedback - thanks!

App Privacy

The developer, Angry Aztec Ltd, has not provided details about its privacy practices and handling of data to Apple. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

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