Notice: Tyme 3 has just been released. This app is outdated.
Please search for "Tyme 3" in the App Store
Tyme is a simple and effective time tracking tool for anyone who wants to keep an overview of the times they have worked.
Try a free 2-week trial of the full app. After the trial, you can choose between different purchase options.
Everything at a glance.
With Tyme, everything you need is right there. An instant overview of the times you’ve worked, your budget or deadlines.
Time tracking in a team.
Do you want to track your time together? Tyme offers time tracking for teams.
Quick access & Autostart.
Control Tyme right from the Menubar, start timers via hotkeys and add notes to your time entries at any time. Tyme can also start automatically at system startup.
Dark & Light Themes
Tyme fully adopts the new macOS dark mode and has an optional light mode, if you prefer brighter colors.
Search & Archive.
Filter your projects and tasks and move completed projects or tasks to the archive. Sort them by name, due date or by your own priorities. In Tyme, your project list never gets messy.
Time tracking, Mileage tracking and Expenses.
Besides tracking time, Tyme can keep track of mileage and expenses.
If you need to have more than one active timer, start as many as you want.
Multiple time tracking modes:
Whether you are interested in when exactly you started or stopped working on a task or just need to know how many hours you’ve spent, Tyme covers it both.
Tyme can keep track of already billed periods. No more double billing.
Use the statistics to monitor your workload, your working times, how often you took a break and what your average day looks like. The statistics also offer a forecast of your workload for the next weeks. Besides daily, weekly, monthly, annual time frames, you can also choose custom ranges.
Tyme can sync your data across all your devices.
All recorded times can be synced as events to your calendar. You can rearrange events in the calendar and edit notes. Tyme will sync back to your calendar.
Forgot to start a timer? It's the middle of the night and a timer is still running? Do you have deadline closing in or you're about to exceed your planned budget? Tyme can remind you of these things. No need to configure your working times. Tyme learns your habits and will remind you at the exact right time.
Export & Scripting.
Generate time sheets as PDF, export your data as CSV or JSON to use it in other applications or use AppleScript to connect to the workflows of other apps. You can also export the whole database as a backup file.
Your time entries can be exported to GrandTotal.
Various Import Formats.
Import your data from Tyme backups, CSV files, mite or via AppleScript.
Tyme can be used without a mouse and has keyboard shortcuts for almost all actions.
With the Tyme iOS app, you can track your time, mileage and fixed costs on the go. It also offers geofencing - No need to manually start or stop a timer; it can be done automatically based on your location.
Tyme for iOS is available as a separate purchase.
— Legal —
Team Tyme: The subscription is charged monthly. The price is based on the number of users in the team and displayed in Tyme at the time of purchase. Each subscription can be terminated at any time. Subscriptions are debited from your iTunes account. Subscriptions renew automatically if automatic renewal is not disabled at least 24 hours before the end of the current subscription period. Your iTunes account will be charged for renewing your subscription 24 hours before the current subscription period expires. Subscriptions can be managed and cancelled in your account settings. As soon as you subscribe, the free trial version expires.
- Fixed a small issue regarding the click area of empty cells
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
Not useful for my particular workflow
I WANT to love this app. I love many many many things about this app. Unfortunately the developer made some design choices that just aren't optimal for my workflow. The major problem for me is that you MUST add a Task to a Project in order to begin tracking the time.
As a freelance designer I frequently turn around small projects that are in and of themselves the 'task'. (My Categories are my clients, the Projects are the stuff I do for them. Rarely does a Project include subset Tasks, in my world.) It's just insanely redundant to me to have a Project called "make edits to XYZ PDF" and be required to make a Task called "edits to XYZ PDF" in order to track the time.
The dev and I disagree here; this workflow is not how he envisons the usag of his app. That's his call, but it makes the app a non-starter for me, and I've tried to make it work many many times.
It's truly a shame because otherwise the app is beautiful and works fantastically.
Great application - Recommend
If you’re looking for a versital tool to track your time, this is a great app. I had been using the cloud-based “MyHours” website, which was free. When that site started being offline when I needed to log time, I looked for a replacement. The impotrant thing for me was portability, allowing me to work on multiple machines or my phone. This app does all: Through the syncing function, I’m able to sync time logged between my desktop, laptop, iPhone and iPads. I can start time from one system, and end it on another; I can create a client, job and task on one device, and it updates everywhere else. The menu tool icon is helpful, and once you have your jobs listed you can easily switch between them just by going to the menu bar, or by using pre-assigned hot keys. The reporting feature is great too, allowing you to easily see time worked as a whole or with individual projects. I can’t recommend it enough - it’s great.
Fantastic Tool - One Request
This product is just great. Does exactly what it should, with little to no hiccups ever as updates keep shipping. Color theme, UI, all of it makes me WANT to use it.
Savable export setups. I would love to be able to save an often-exported set of information such as a bi-weekly mileage report or weekly project report. So atop the “Start Date” input box, could just be a dropdown for “Presets.” It would be cool, too, if I could even specify the relative date range like “Last 14 Days of… (selected items)” and save that as “Bi-weekly Mileage and Time” Preset. Basically having the ability to always call up a timeframe of data from when I need it would just minimize the tedious clicking through the calendar and checkboxes.
May be a bit over the top for a something that’s already very easy to use, but the workflow nerd in me would love a feature like this.
Either way - still a great app, keep it up!!
No Details Provided
The developer will be required to provide privacy details when they submit their next app update.
- Lars Gerckens
- 14.3 MB
- Requires macOS 10.12 or later.
- Age Rating
- © 2019 Lars Gerckens
- In-App Purchases
- Single User License $44.99
- Team Tyme 2 User $7.99
- Team Tyme 1 User $3.99
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.