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Ratings and Reviews

3.0 out of 5
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1 Rating

TashaSunnyST ,

Business not personal

Update: I see full disclosure of price now.
I was asked to revaluate the app and my review. I have not tried the app due to the cost. For my personal use, I cannot justify it, so there is no point in trying it. It may be amazing. I’m not sure if I would be able to do the free trial a second time, but I don’t want to mess with remembering to cancel automatic renewal, when I’m just not willing to spend over $150 year for this service. I hope this app works amazing for those who can afford to use it.
Old review
Maybe I missed the disclosure of cost. It looks like it would be a good time tracker, but I can't justify the cost for my needs. I'm looking to track time for my personal use. I feel it should have disclosed the cost more clearly. You can't try it without signing up for 14 day trial and there are not lesser options. If I was billing $250 hour, I'd try it.

Developer Response ,

Hi TashaSunny,
Roman here, iOS developer at Timely. I'm wondering if you could give our app another try. We've been working a lot on improving everything. And we are very upfront about app's business model. Thanks!

jayasuriya ,

Perfect for project managers/consultants!

I'm a project manager for a consulting firm with oversight on several projects. I bill my time by project and have struggled to find an on the go solution, until now. Lately I bill 2 to 3 separate entries a day, but in busy months it can be up to 15-20 entries a day. I have used just about every time tracking tool out there from excel to TSheets and even desktop apps like Timeslips by Sage. I like this one the best, and it's working really well. It's helping to make sure I have less lost billable time!! I think the thing that has sold me the most is the iPhone app. It's not glitchy, is easy to use, and syncs quickly with whatever server they use so when I pop on to the computer my time entries aren't in conflict.

My FAVORITE feature of this app is the start/stop timer feature. Not all the other time apps out there have this. This feature is available on the iPhone app and online. So, big big thumbs up there.

rpphoto ,

Great time-track software

This is a fantastic time-tracking app, both for business and personal use. It's attractive, fun and easy to use, and also tracks monetary value. Timely is very intuitive, syncs flawlessly between Mac, iPhone, Apple Watch and iPad. I love using my Watch as a controller. The app uses a simple overlay of planned and actual time, and a quick swipe makes it very easy to manually adjust either time (in case you forgot to turn off the timer, or need to add an entry after the fact). The Memory and history features make it easy to see where your time is going, and the integrated online site adds even more useful features. I've tried many time-tracking apps, and this is by far my favorite, and the one I recommend to others.


Memory AS
40.4 MB

Requires iOS 12.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.



Age Rating
Rated 4+
This app may use your location even when it isn't open, which can decrease battery life.
© Mathias Mikkelsen AS
In-App Purchases
  1. Essential Monthly $13.99
  2. Solo Monthly $6.99


  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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