Toggl Track: Hours & Time Log 4+

Tracking & Hours Management

Toggl OÜ

    • 3.2 • 68 Ratings
    • Free


The app that helps you make the most of your time. Start and stop tracking your time with a single tap. Work-oriented, clutter-free. All-time logs are synced to the cloud and you can track time on any platform - all your data is safely under one account.

- Built for Apple Silicon
- Streamlined UI
- Keep track of your activity in timeline
- Mini timer
and much more

What’s New

Version 9.2.0

- You can now see a small zoom +/- button on Calendar (you can still use Cmd+ and Cmd- keyboard shortcuts)
- Fixed a bug when the description text field was not focused automatically after opening the app from the Dock
- Other small improvements and fixes to Autotracker, syncing, and user interface

Ratings and Reviews

3.2 out of 5
68 Ratings

68 Ratings

Ryzim13 ,

The only time tracker that’s worked for me!

So glad I found this app! I have NEVER been someone who enjoyed the idea of tracking their time, probably because nothing else ever stuck before, but when it become more necessary and I had to find a way, Toggl has been the first system I’ve stuck with now for months! The two stand out things for me are it’s simplistic straight to the point functionality (there isn’t all this fancy fluff to be a distraction, though it still looks nice), and the very helpful idle time reminder that means you don’t have to remember to clock in and out meticulously, if you get up from your work and forget to time out, it will separate that time and ask you when you come back if it should count that time or not! That has been a game changer for me! Also it has a helpful nudge to remind you to track your time if you happen to forget to start tracking. Being able to sync seamlessly across the work on my devices and on my computer is fantastic and the again simple interface that lets me categorize my work in an easy to see manner has been great! Thanks for making this app!

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!

Logan Luedike ,

i love toggl!!!

i was recommended toggl when i started working as a graphic design contractor and needed to track my hours and keep an organized log of all my projects. toggl does that perfectly for me. it works across multiple devices really well, i use it on my iphone, macbook, and ipad, and the mobile app is great for figuring out how much i need to be paid. it has a calendar feature where you can mark which days you’d like to see hours for, i usually do the current pay period so i can report my hours to my boss and it’s super convenient to do it from my cell phone. you can also filter by project which i love. if my boss asks me how much i’ve worked on a single project, i can easily check using the helpful filters :)
if you’re a freelancer, contractor, or anyone who juggles multiple projects at a time, GET TOGGL. i have nothing bad to say about it after using it for about a year. it is genuinely one of the best apps i use for work. thank you toggl for existing, i love you ❤️

App Privacy

The developer, Toggl OÜ, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Linked to You

The following data may be collected and linked to your identity:

  • Contact Info
  • User Content
  • Identifiers
  • Usage Data
  • Diagnostics

Data Not Linked to You

The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:

  • Diagnostics

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More

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