Did you lose track of your time again? We can help you out. With a single tap, track and save your time with Toggl - anywhere you go.

Or maybe you don't really want to use the pesky phone keyboard - we get that. That's why you can now use Siri to track your time with Toggl - no keyboard needed! (This feature requires iOS 12 however)

Toggl also has you covered across all of your devices! Start tracking your hours in a browser, then stop it later on your phone - all of your tracked time is safely synced between your phone, desktop, web & a browser extension (if you want more of a pomodoro timer experience).

» Reports
Discover what's taking up your time with summary reports. Analyze them in the app or export them to send that data to your clients (or to analyze it further with through business intelligence and see to where your hours are going).

» Sync
Keeps your time seamlessly synced, safe and ready to track on your account, on any device.

» Calendar
With the calendar integration, you can now use Toggl to see all of your calendar events and time entries in the app itself (in the same view), receive notifications before the events start, and most importantly, instantly create time entries based on your calendar events!

» Customize your time entries with projects, clients and tags
Organize and add more details to your time entries by adding projects, clients and tags. Clearly see where your work hours go and adjust your precious time & routines accordingly.

» Siri
Toggl is now compatible with Siri! Start a new time entry, stop it, or access your reports - all that with just a few words. We will be updating our app with more cool shortcuts for the Siri & Toggl duo in the coming months.

» Apple Sign-in
You can now also sign in into our Toggl app via your Apple ID.

» Suggestions
Based on your habits and previous time entries, the app will give you suggestions on what you could track.

» Shortcuts
By using @ and #, you can quickly add projects and tags to your time entry and get back to work right away!

» Auto-Complete
Easily find your older time entries and start tracking them again.

» Manual Mode
Want more control? Add and edit all of your time manually and make sure that every second of your time is accounted for. This feature is optional and it's accessible from the Settings menu.


- But what if I'm offline?
No problem! You can still track your time through the app, and once you're back online, it will sync seamlessly with your account (and the rest of your devices) - your time is not going anywhere.

- Is the app free?
Yes, Toggl on iOS is completely free for you to use.

- Can I send you some feedback?
You betcha (and we'd love to hear from you)! You can send us feedback directly from the app - look for the 'Submit Feedback' in the Settings menu.

Yep, that's Toggl - a time tracking app so simple that you'll actually use it and get stuff done! See where your time goes, focus on important tasks and boost your productivity. Whether you are at an office, in commute, stuck on a space mission to Mars or just want to see how much time you're wasting on projects that aren't bringing you money - track your time anywhere you go. The all-new Toggl app: your new pocket-sized time tracking assistant!

What’s New

Version 2.15.1

• Added tighter account security
• Fixed occasional slow syncing
• Fixed crashes that occurred to some users running iOS 11
• Other under the hood fixes and improvements

Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
3.5K Ratings

3.5K Ratings

sacredbooty ,

Simple Productivity Tracker

The free version provides great multi-platform use for someone like me who doesn’t own a freelancing business and, as such, doesn’t need the capability to export billing documents or whatever to receive pay. I just use it to track how much time I spend studying, completing homework, and writing reports for each of my classes so that I have an overview and graph of what subjects I focus the most on. Seeing the numbers of hours worked on each subject helps motivate me to continue to keep my bar graphs high, and the timer function is much easier than imputing your own time into something like Google Sheets if you want to see graphs of your productivity.

The ease of use is superb and simplicity of the app’s aesthetics is pleasing to the eye as well. It doesn’t look cheesy and that’s another big plus. There are also browser extensions and desktop applications for people who want to track their time offline. And the app itself also helps you track your workflow without a connection, then syncs when you’re connected to the internet. A+ job!

Fearfulfool ,

Love the app. Needs a restructure

I love Toggl, and will keep using it because it has everything I need. I write this review as a suggestion to the developers. I truly think the app needs a complete overhaul. They need to make it easier, its a bit finicky. Its easy to accidentally do many things you dont intend to do, and then not notice. Using the Timery app as an example, that app runs way better than the Toggl app. Toggl on browser runs way better than the Toggle app too. The app needs some quality of life updates, mirror the website if need be.

Make a menu to create, edit, add, remove projects and tags like on the website. Make it easier to notice when you accidentally start/end a timer. Make it easier to adjust how much time you've been working on a timer, if you forgot to start it.

As I said, Toggl is great, I just wish that they would make the app a bit better. I see myself using toggl on browser way more now that I found out about it, ive always used the app before this.

Arielnicole ,

Honestly it’s pretty difficult to understand

I’m not dumb by any means, and I could probably take the time to really understand it if I cared that much. It shouldn’t be this complicated. I use it because i do different freelance projects and need to time myself to get paid. Sometimes I accidentally start the time when i’m just trying to check the project, sometimes I forget to stop it because there’s no indication that it’s still running when you go off the app(which i think that would be a helpful feature, I wanted to edit my end time because I forgot to turn it off and I can’t figure out how to do that, etc etc. I feel like I need an extensive manual for something that should be so cut and dry easy. I don’t understand why there is projects and tags? It’s too much to understand. I try to use it the best I can but I try not to touch any of the features too much so I don’t mess anything up. I like that it groups my project up and adds the time together and shows me the calendar of tracked time but it’s a finicky app for sure and needs to be simplified.

Developer Response ,

Hi there. Apologies for the frustrating experience. Could you please get in touch with support (at) toggl (dot) com and they'll be sure to assist you with the issues you're facing. Have a great day!


Toggl OU
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Requires iOS 11.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.



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