New assets may be continuously added depending on requests. If you have feedback or requests for assets, then please use the contact information below to get in touch.


Last updated: May 9th, 2023

  • Added link to free trial
  • Added ‘Trial version’section
  • Added direct link to ‘Gestimer 2 Update Discount Bundle’
  • Updated App Store image assets




Release Date

Tuesday May 9th, 2023


Gestimer 2 will be available for 6.99 USD / 7.99 EUR / 6.99 GBP.

Gestimer 2 will be a separate app, and a discount will become available for users who have bought Gestimer 1 via an app bundle (Gestimer 2 Upgrade Discount Bundle) on the Mac App Store. Users who purchased the app after April 1st 2023 can get the update for free via Complete My Bundle.

Complete My Bundle: “Paid app bundles support Complete My Bundle, which credits customers for apps they’ve already purchased within a bundle. They only pay the balance for the remaining apps.” (developer.apple.com)

System Requirements

Requires macOS 12 Monterey or higher.

Trial Version

A trial version will be available for download on the website. During your trial period, users will have access to all of the app’s features, but with a limit of creating up to 50 timers and reminders. There is no other limit.

Future Plans

With Gestimer 2 the plan is to add a lot of the feature requests that have been requested since Gestimer 1 released. The first step was to modernized and rewrite Gestimer to allow that.

About the developer

I’m Martin Nguyen, an indie developer from Austria currently based in Japan. I’ve been passionate about Apple software since I lived abroad in the US many years ago and experienced the beauty of well-designed software on a Mac. That’s when I knew I wanted to bring my own creation to life someday, and I did just that with my app, “Gestimer.”

The idea for Gestimer came to me before I even knew how to develop software. While studying and focusing on something on my Mac, I would often get distracted by all the responsibilities in my life that would pop into my head. I needed an app that would allow me to quickly set timers and reminders without losing focus or getting distracted.

So, I made Gestimer for myself personally. After using it myself for around a year, I decided to share it with others. I never expected it to do so well, but the app was well-received and did much better than I ever imagined. I’m proud to have created a tool that helps people stay focused and productive in their daily lives.