Developer: Lars Gerckens
Current Version: 1.9.7
Last Updated: 7 days ago
Download Size: 11.6 MB - Download
Tyme is a simple and effective time tracking tool for anyone who wants to keep an overview of the times they have worked.
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.
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.
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.
Whether you need just projects and tasks or more detail, in Tyme, you can add sub tasks and categories, as well as choose the depth of the hierarchy by yourself.
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. Choose between iCloud or Dropbox for syncing.
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. More plugins will come...
Various Import Formats.
Import your data from Tyme 1, CSV files, mite, Harvest, a Tyme 2 backup file 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.
- Bugfixes and improvements
Most Helpful Reviews
I love it. - I’ve struggled for years to maintain meaningful use of activity tracking tools, including a couple I’ve designed myself. I’ve only been using Tyme 2 for a week and a half, but so far it’s been awesome. Usually with software like this I constantly bump into frustrations stemming from poor design decisions, lacking features, over/under-sophistication, or just me not “getting into it”. None of this has happened thus far with Tyme, and every time I’ve decided I want to do a little bit more with it, or categorize my projects/task/subtasks differently, I discover the means of doing so in exactly the place/way [e.g. great hotkeys] I would expect it to be. Forgot to clock out? No problem. Forgot to clock in? No problem. Whoops, you switched tasks however long ago? Good for you, it’s easy to fix, and often just a click away. Very low maintenance. I was concerned about the iPhone/Apple Watch sync, given the reviews on here and on iOS. For me, it’s been great. When I update a task on my mac, I see the little wheel spin somewhere on the side/top of the interface, and vala, in my experience everything is on point. I even demoed the app to a friend on my iPhone yesterday and did so without a hitch, despite having so limited expierence with the iOS interface (i.e. it was super intuitive and very similar to the mac interface). Anyways, I was really skeptical that this would be another wasted app sitting around not getting use. So far, it’s been the opposite. I love it, and I use it in conjunction with Trello for work, which is decent. [Trello plugin would be super cool :D] Tyme 2 is, so far, the best app for activity logging that I’ve ever used, and I’ve tried and wasted money on many. Omnifocus and 2do are both passively installed on my mac (probably my fault, but just saying — one day I hope to actually actively use one), and tons of failed productivity apps are in a folder on my iPhone. I highly recommend Tyme 2. Keep up the great work!
What a giant step backwards! - Wow! I’ve been using Tyme 1 for quite awhile now and really liked it. When I saw Tyme 2, I just automatically upgraded, thinking that it would be just as good (or better). Nope. Not sure how they thought this was an improvement?!? Cons: • Where’s the Cancel Buttons when you try to add a new category or sub task? Yeah, there isn’t any. I have to force quit to get rid of them if I really didn’t want to add one. • I have to use menu items or keyboard shortcuts now to make sub task? Really? You thought that was an improvement? Gone are the days I could quickly add a sub task when I was on the phone with a client. • How about any of the easy access buttons for a task or sub task. Why did you think removing those was an improvement?!?! I’m going back to Tyme 1. I would really not suggest you upgrade to this version. This is bad.