Timehop helps you celebrate the best moments of the past with your friends. It's like #tbt every day!

What were you doing a year ago today? Two years? Three years?

Tap through your old photos, videos, & posts from your iPhone, Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, & Swarm, and replay your past a day at a time.

What's New

Version 4.4.2

- Abe got an upgrade on the Timehop splash screen
- Fixed some bugs you hopefully didn't notice
- Pet all the puppies

Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5

32.9K Ratings

32.9K Ratings

Editors’ Notes

What happened on this day last year?

Good app, careless retrovideo mistakes


I use Timehop every day, I loved the concept from the beginning. Still like the old format better, but used to the current one now so it’s been fine.

However, whoever is responsible for making/editing the retrovideos needs help. I’ve seen at least 3 mistakes in the past 10 days.. one video said Edward Scissorhands came out “10 years ago” right under where it said it came out in 1989 (it was actually released in 1990, which the speaker said in the video, so a little confused as to where 1989 came from). And today for A Series of Unfortunate Events, the description has it written as “Beaudelaire” children (it’s spelled Baudelaire). Yeah these mistakes aren’t a big deal and don’t affect my use of the app, it just comes off as pretty careless on Timehop’s part since these are basic things that should be checked before submitting.

Just bringing that to your attention, otherwise thanks for all the memories!

Take the autoplay off the videos.


Edited! Thanks for the fix! 😘

I’m checking Timehop and the first thing I’m greeted with when I open the app is a blaring ad. Obnoxiously loud and NO WAY TO MUTE IT. The only solution is to close the app, open it back up, and then scroll through as quickly as possible before the video loads, which is counterproductive to the purpose of the app (enjoying my memories.) Many an article on advertising best practices will tell you that most users find autoplaying videos intrusive and offensive. Default the sound to muted (like Facebook does) with an option to play the sound if a user chooses. Some people check their Timehop in waiting rooms, at work, during a commute or other places where sudden loud noise from their device is extremely embarrassing at best.


93.6 MB
Requires iOS 10.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
English, Spanish
Age Rating
Rated 4+
© Doubledub Inc


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