Introducing Tiempo,
A simple and delightful workout tracker for
Apple Watch.

Focus on your workout, Tiempo takes care of the rest.

main features

Always know where you are in your workout

On your Watch or iPhone.

New created timers timers will sync to all devices.

Log accurate data to your Move and Exercise rings

Create custom multi-round timers, fast and simple.

On your Watch or iPhone.

New created timers timers will sync to all devices.

Lift
Walk
Run
HIIT
Cycle In
Jump
Yoga

Timers for
lifting, running, yoga, HIIT,
and more.

Create custom multi-round timers, fast and simple.

On your Watch or iPhone.

New created timers timers will sync to all devices.

Lift
Walk
Run
HIIT
Cycle In
Jump
Yoga

Timers for
lifting, running, yoga, HIIT,
and more.

Create custom multi-round timers, fast and simple.

Create custom multi-round timers, fast and simple.

1

Pick the amount of active steps (sets) in your timer.

Every timer in Tiempo has both active and rest steps. Let's set an example: you want to do 4 sets of bicep curls today. Tap the + button, and leave the option on 4 active steps, the default.

2

Decide how long you want to rest between active steps.

The rest steps will automatically be added between the active steps set before. All rest steps will count down from the same duration set here, right after an active step is completed.

3

Set whether your active steps count up or down.

In this case, let's say you want your active steps to last however long it takes you to do the bicep curls reps. So

4

Pick a color.

Assigning a color to your timer will change the tint in your active steps, and will help you tell timers apart in your timer list.

5

Set the timer activity.

This will help Tiempo accurately calculate and log your calories to help you close your Exercise and Move rings. You can select between lifting, walking, running, HIIT, and more.

Run your timers,
get accurate data,
and log everything to Apple Health

Run your
timers

Start a timer

Timers are named after the amount of active steps they have, followed by the rest duration. Below that, an arrow will indicate whether active steps in the timer count down or count up indefinitely.

The active step

Three essential things are displayed here: the time elapsed in the current step, the step you're on, and your current heart rate.

Check the step rings

Three essential things are displayed here: the time elapsed in the current step, the step you're on, and your current heart rate.

Complete a step

In timers with active steps that count up, tap the arrow button on the bottom right corner to mark the current step as done.


After that, the first rest starts. All rest steps are automatically completed when their time ends.

Pause

When you pause a timer, Tiempo will count up how much time you spent on pause. We call that Overtime. You'll see the total Overtime in the timer summary.

Finish

Three essential things are displayed here: the time elapsed in the current step, the step you're on, and your current heart rate.

4

Setting an active step as done

In a timer with active steps that count up, you can tap on the arrow button on the bottom right corner to mark that step as done.


In this case, marking the first active step as done takes you to the first rest, that counts down. All rest steps end automatically when their time ends.

4

Pausing a timer

When you stop the timer, Tiempo will count up how much time you spent on pause. We call that Overtime.

4

Timer options

When you stop the timer, Tiempo will count up how much time you spent on pause. We call that Overtime.

4

Finishing a timer

When you stop the timer, Tiempo will count up how much time you spent on pause. We call that Overtime.

4

Pausing the timer

When you stop the timer, Tiempo will count up how much time you spent on pause. We call that Overtime.

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