Television Time 4+
Track your favorite shows
- Offers In-App Purchases
Television Time is the best way to track the shows you watch, with a beautiful interface and a ton of features.
"We tested a bunch of apps and found that Television Time is the best TV tracker for iOS." - The Sweet Setup
"Television Time gives you a fighting chance of tracking all the great shows you'd like to see - regardless of where or when they happen to be airing." - Craig Grannell, British GQ
"Television Time is my favorite TV show tracker that integrates with trakt.tv" - MacStories
• Beautiful design: Easily navigate between series and episodes to find everything you need to know.
• Sync your progress with Trakt.tv (Plus) or over iCloud
• Widgets: View upcoming shows and episodes you missed
• Stats: View your overall series progress, time spent watching TV, and more.
• Information about the cast and crew
• Support for rich notifications, universal links, keyboard shortcuts and pointer, and more.
Follow us on Twitter @TelevisionApp or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org for questions, comments, and support.
Television Time Plus
Television Time is free for up to 5 shows. Subscribe or purchase Television Time Plus to:
• Track unlimited shows
• Sync your progress with Trakt.tv
• Sync upcoming episodes with your Calendar
• Receive notifications for upcoming shows
Terms of Service: https://github.com/MaxHasADHD/PrivacyPolicies/blob/master/TelevisionTimeTerms.md
Television Time Season 2 is here!
- A brand new iPad experience that is faster to navigate and beautiful.
- [Plus] New appearance options have been added for the Shows and To Watch tabs. Each view can be customized independently, giving you more freedom to show only what's important to you. For non-Plus members, customization options can be applied temporarily until the app is backgrounded.
- Quickly navigate to the episodes list from To Watch now by opening an episode and tapping on the list icon in the top left
- A number of small visual tweaks to improve color contrast and information visibility
- Fix label alignment issue on To Watch tab
- Fix sync label background and alignment on Mac in the sidebar
Ratings and Reviews
Gold Standard TV Tracking App 🥇
I’ve been trying all of the free TV tracking apps, but none of them hit all the marks. I pulled the trigger to purchase this app and give it a try… and so glad I did! Really great app guys!
Love: the overall interface, grid view option, and the clear countdown on when the next showing will be, ease of checking off a watched show, no troubles finding any show I’ve searched for, no bugs so far, great Discover section broken up into streaming services, etc… and really like the “anticipated” suggestions for something new, and it looks great on my iPad (which I tend to use more in this case).
Crazy price changes
I’ve been using the app for about a year now, and it’s been pretty useful for tracking shows. While I understand the desire for every developer to switch from one time payments to the subscription model, I just don’t understand the thought process some have when it comes to deciding how to price it. This app went from a one time purchase of $5 to an annual subscription of $10. Historically, it’s had pretty infrequent updates, so I’m not sure why they felt it justified to take the price we paid one time and make us pay double it yearly. Or to pay an even more insane $75 one time purchase again. For existing users, it’s not like we are getting any real increase in value. I could somewhat understand maybe a $5/year annual subscription to help fund ongoing development. But $10 is just way too much. And I don’t see many new users finding it worth that much either. And for existing users, we should be able to get a discount on the new “lifetime” purchase. It’s a good app, which is why I’m leaving 3 stars and would have given it 5 before. But it seems like the dev just went into greedy cash grab mode now.
Developer Response ,
Hello and thank you for the review. The new prices are based on how I truly value the app and my time. Traditionally app prices are a race to the bottom. I can’t price my tv tracker app if another is $0.99. By making it free to try I can now let the app speak for itself and let people decide if the price is worth the value.
As an existing user of the app I’ve also kept all existing features available for free. I intentionally introduced the subscription without many new features for existing users because I want to focus on quick, focused updates. I needed to see if spending hundreds of hours designing and developing new features would be worth the time; and so far I am very happy with how Television Time Plus is going so far. I’ve already added new features for existing users such as Year in Review, and I’m currently working on adding features to improve organization such as lists and tags, with the ability to share lists with friends and family, and more.
I’ve been supporting Television Time since 2015, and Television Time Plus is the best way I can continue. I hope this look behind the curtain helps at least explain my reasons for the price changes. I hope that the new features I’m working on will prove their worth for the price of subscription, and I’m always open to feedback in ways to improve the value and usefulness of the app.
Great but needs more
I have this app 3 stars because it’s great but there are two features I would like to see implemented in the future. The ability to access episodes from the main show page, from a user experience view, I don’t know why this wasn’t one of the first things added to a shows page, you have to add the show and then go back to your main dashboard to find the show you added in order to add episodes.
The second feature is like to see is a better rating system, similar to letterboxd. It could be where you rate each episode and then there is an average score for the show based off your episode reviews or you could just choose to rate the show overall. Either way I’d like to see a more rating system where I could then see my shows ranked by rating.
Developer Response ,
The first feature you've requested is a little hard because of the limited room. Since you'd need to navigate to a new menu, a "view episodes" button would have to be at the top but that is where the track show button is, and theres not a lot of room. It is something I think about design wise though, as soon as I think of a good interaction of getting from show information to episode list, I will add this. But, you can actually get to the episode list a easier way. In the Settings tab, go to "spotlight and search", and tap on "Open list of episodes", now from Search, any show you are tracking already will open the list of episodes. If you are adding a new show, you can just tap on the back button, and then tap on the show again.
As of the rating system, I will think about that. I might integrate more Trakt ratings for users with Trakt accounts, unsure about having it as a local feature of the app though.
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- Maximilian Litteral
- 26.8 MB
- Requires iOS 15.0 or later.
- Requires iPadOS 15.0 or later.
- iPod touch
- Requires iOS 15.0 or later.
- Requires macOS 12.0 or later.
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- Age Rating
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- In-App Purchases
- 1 Year Subscription $9.99
- 1 Month Subscription $0.99
- Small Tip $2.99
- TelevisionTime Plus (Lifetime) $74.99
- Medium Tip $5.99
- Large Tip $11.99
- Extra Large Tip $14.99