Next joins the dark side

We recently updated Next for iPhone as well as Next for macOS. The iPhone version has a toggle to enable a dark mode since a few versions already, but the macOS version now has a brand new dark mode too. In macOS Mojave just switch to the dark theme in the macOS appearance settings and Next will adapt automatically.

We think it looks pretty cool:

You can get Next for macOS here

And Next for iPhone here

Timeview – The best calendar companion

As you noticed we released a lot of updates in the last few days. We updated most of our apps to keep them up to date.

But the bigger news is the release of our first new iOS app since Rewind. It’s called Timeview and is a really handy companion for your iOS calendar.

With Timeview you can do things like „show me all my events from my work calendar containing the word ‚meeting‘ and with a duration greater than 2 hours“. Or „show me all events with an alarm„. „Every event with a duration between 2 and 4 hours“. There are so many possibilities and with our rules-system it’s really easy.

Timeview is a universal app, this means it’s just one app for iPhone and iPad.

Also it’s free to try with up to two cards. If you want unlimited cards and the ability to change the app icon, it’s a one time in-app purchase. No subscriptions or other hidden costs.

As with many of our apps the story of Timeview began when Sandro worked on a project and wrote down the working hours in the calendar app. He then searched for a way to have some kind of statistic but there wasn’t a built-in option and also no good app for this. So that’s how the idea of an app to get more statistics/infos out of the calendar data was born.

We hope you’ll like it and would love if you give it a try. Thank you.

App Store Link (free)


We want to keep this short and to the point. We will take myMoneyBook, the web app for backup and viewing of MoneyBook data, offline in a few weeks or months. For this we will release a new MoneyBook update. This update will allow you to export a backup file and send it to you via e-mail, save it on iCloud Drive or if you have Dropbox installed you can saved it there (all via the native iOS share sheet).

To run myMoneyBook was just too expensive all this time, it was of course never profitable. So we decided to discontinue it. To be clear, we’re talking about the myMoneyBook web app.

We will keep myMoneyBook import in the app until another update, so if you have your data on myMoneyBook you can still import it or delete your account for example.
Hope you all understand our situation. We’re glad to still provide you a backup option in the new update.

Rewind – Automatic Time Tracking

We love to make useful apps. Apps which we use ourselves almost daily. We started this many years ago with MoneyBook, then ListBook and Next. Now let us introduce our newest iPhone app, Rewind.

We made Rewind because we think time tracking should be easier. It almost should be invisible.
Most people have a few places which are important to them, where they want to track their time. Typically your office. But maybe you also want to track how much time you spend at the gym, at home, at your favourite restaurant. There are many possibilities. That’s why the idea for Rewind is simple: It tracks your time based on your
. When you enter the location, it starts and when you exit it ends the interval. Everything gets recorded automatically in the background.
You just set up your places in the app and that’s it.

You only have to open the app when you want to have a look at the gorgeous statistics or maybe export a report of your month.

But we didn’t stop there. One of the coolest features is the automatic calendar export. You can turn it on/off for any location and then all your intervals get pushed automatically to your calendar (you can chose the source of the calendar; for example your iCloud calendar).
So let’s say you have a place called „Office“. Turn on the automatic calendar export and chose iCloud (for example). Rewind will then create a calendar called „Rewind: Office“ in your iCloud calendars and all time intervals get pushed automatically and in the background to this calendar.
You have to see it, it’s really cool. You arrive at your office, open the on your Mac and you already see that you arrived at this location, without opening the app on your iPhone.

Because we think that many people first will want to try it, we made the app free to download. It was a hard decision for us, because we see that there are many apps in the store abusing the in-app purchases. But we think we found a fair solution.
So, you can download the app for free and try it with one location. If you like it and think it can be useful for you, you can upgrade to Pro via a one-time in-app purchase and then you’ll be able to track 20 locations (which is actually the maximum possible currently in iOS) and you’ll get Excel/Numbers/Backup export features.
We see this as a trial version. Try the app for free, buy if you like.

That’s Rewind. We hope you like it and you can download it here in the AppStore for free.