Trac‪!‬ 4+

Your personal life recorder

Mudit Gulati

Designed for iPad

    • 3.0 • 2 Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases



Trac lets you record your time with ease. Predefined categories save you from tedious decision-making around organisation - but does not limit your freedom as you can have as many sub-categories and activities as you like.

Your activities can be viewed on a daily basis with daily stats - as well as historically with aggregated stats over daily, weekly and monthly time periods.

You can add various types of notes and memories to your current activity which can be viewed as a daily timeline across activities or historical timeline for a single activity or note.

So all that you need to do is start Trac'ing your activity and get on with it - only to reap the benefits by analysing your patterns over time!

What’s New

Version 1.1.2

Quick access to start recently used tasks
Bug fix for weekly and monthly historical stats

Ratings and Reviews

3.0 out of 5
2 Ratings

2 Ratings

Nayelianne ,

Could be a 5 star

On first sight this had everything to be my favorite app. But in practice, it only caused frustration.

The tag feature was somethig with amazing potential for me, I could add notes for people I was with, moods, milestones, locations, whatever my heart desired…or so I thought.

I soon realized the UI/Ux needs a major rework. Adding an activity is a chore on its own, it’s like you’re having to fight the app at every step. You have extremely poor control when adding tasks that you already finished, so if you’re not interrupting your life to constantly track everything in real time, you’ll be fighting the sliders that often love to limit where you’re adding the task in the timeline. It’s buggy and it’s a struggle that just makes you want to run away. You feel like you have no control or freedom most of the time (despite the initial impression that you’d have so much of it)

Also, forget about tags, as you can only add them to LIVE events, no adding notes though tags after you already finished them.

The upgrade button is also broken, so you can’t currenly unlock any of the pro features.

I’ll be keeping a look on this app and plan to update this review if it evolves. It has amazing potential, but it needs a lot of bug fixing and Ux optimizations and it’s almost unusable to me right now.

Terry55155 ,

App Has Great Promise

This is a surprisingly, almost really good app. If there were a couple of changes to the app I would switch to it being my primary time tracking tool.

1. If you created a widget to easily visualize my daily and weekly time reports(similar to Timery)
2. If starting a timer only requires one click, as opposed to being nested in folder of possible time categories (like Toggl).

I’m going to keep my eye on this app and it’s development. It has a lot of good things going for it.

Developer Response ,

Hi, Apologies for a late reply as strangely this comment was not visible at the portal earlier. Thanks a lot for your feedback.

We have taken a note of your suggestions - and a feature to quickly start the most recently used tasks right from the home screen has already been added in the latest release - which hopefully would address your second point.

Thank you so much for your encouragement. Please feel free to drop us a note if you have further issues or suggestions at

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