Does Tiller have software?

Yes. Tiller comes with an app that runs on Mac and Windows - from macOS 10.9 and Windows 7 onwards.

Is time tracking all Tiller does? Does Tiller work with other things like my photoshop brushes or volume?

Right now, we're making sure that Tiller works really well for one thing: tracking your time. That means that Tiller doesn't work with other software or to do anything other than tracking your time. We’re thinking about opening up an API in the future though, keep in touch.

Does Tiller integrate with other software?

Yes! We’re launching integrations with Harvest, Toggl, WorkflowMax and AND CO. We are taking requests for more programs, let us know what you’d like Tiller to work with at hello@gettiller.com

Does the software cost anything?

Tiller's software is free for individuals, and there's a small fee for teams. We're working on some paid optional features for individuals as well.

Why does Tiller use USB?

The thing about USB is it’s really reliable, and it’s important that Tiller works every time you use it, as soon as you touch it. USB guarantees connectivity 100% of the time. Tiller is designed for people who work on computers at desks, and we think having a cord is the best solution for these people. It also means there's no battery charging to worry about.

Does Tiller work with USB-C?

Yes.

The USB cord is removable, so it's really easy to swap out the cord included in the package and use a USB-C cord.

Is there going to be a bluetooth version?

Bluetooth is on our roadmap, but we don't have a release date yet.

Where and how is Tiller made?

Tiller is designed in Melbourne, Australia, and made in Shenzhen, China. Shenzhen is the electronics manufacturing capital of the world, and lots of devices you already own are made in Shenzhen.

We want to buy a lot of Tillers for our company. Do you do discounts on larger orders?

Shoot us an email and we can have a chat! hello@gettiller.com

Where does the name Tiller come from?

A tiller is like a steering wheel for a boat. We want Tiller to be like that, but for your day - helping to steer your time and your business.

How about mobile apps?

Mobile apps for both iOS and Android are on our product roadmap.

What happens if my list of timers gets long? Is there another way of finding tasks other than rotating Tiller?

It's no fun scrolling through a really long list to get to the timer you want. We have a few neat solutions for when you have a lot of timers:

1/ Pinned timers for frequently used timers, which keeps them up the top of the list.

2/ Archiving timers, which removes them from the list (but doesn't delete the time tracked - and you can always add the timer back in)

3/ Type to filter. For example, if you're working on tasks for a particular client, you can filter based on the client name, and those will be the only items you see.

Can I add a comment when I'm timing?

Yes you can! Simply double tap Tiller, and you're able to type and add a comment.