- Find it at https://m.toggl.com
- It is an HTML5-based mobile application that we officially support for Android & iPhone;
- It has also been reported to work, for example, on Windows Phone 7 and Google’s Nexus 7;
- Mobile Toggl works on most mobile devices that support local storage.
- Offline support - when you are offline, Toggl will notify you. When you have internet connection again, it will sync all your time entries back to the web automatically.
- Fast and responsive - its operations have been optimized to work seamlessly and quickly in all platforms.
- Stability - sync is reliable and also fast like everything else in Toggl
- Layout - the focus is on time tracking and making it easy to operate on smaller screens.
- Toggl in your pocket - enables you to start and stop your timer anywhere you are at any time.
1. Instead of ‘Start’, click on the ‘What are you working on?‘ field.
2. Enter all the time entry details as you would normally
3. Instead of ‘Start’, click on the ‘Back‘ button at the top left. Voila!
1. Go to add a time entry.
2. Click on the ‘Project (optional)’ field as if you’re about to choose a project.
3. Click on ‘Add‘ at the top right to add a new project.
4. If you want to add a client to that project that doesn’t yet exist, click on ‘ Add client‘ at the top right of that window.
Click on your name (displayed with your profile image if you have one on the web for Toggl!) to open the menu bar where you can refresh to make sure all your time entries are in sync with the web and our servers, send us feedback, or log out.
Will the app run on my phone?
Toggl Android app requires Android 4.0.1 (Ice Cream Sandwich) or newer with Google Play store available on your device. You also need to have about 12 MB free space on your phone.
What permissions does the app use?
Access to the internet (ACCESS_NETWORK_STATE, INTERNET) – To communicate with Toggl servers.
Access to phone accounts (GET_ACCOUNTS, USE_CREDENTIALS) – To auto-complete email addresses and to log in with Google account.
Access external storage (READ_EXTERNAL_STORAGE, WRITE_EXTERNAL_STORAGE) – To cache data.
Keep the phone on (WAKE_LOCK) – To allow push notifications about updates to synchronise with the server in the background.
How does the background sync work? Does it impact battery life?
Toggl Android application only communicates with Toggl servers when data has changed, it does not periodically check for updates. Periodically checking for updates is a behaviour we want to avoid at all costs as this would have an impact on your phones battery life.
Toggl uses Google Cloud Messaging (GCM) to notify your devices of changes to your data. GCM is a standard component used by most applications (such as Facebook, Twitter, etc) to deliver notifications. It has been optimised by Google to be as battery friendly as possible.