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The TimeTraks app Is a map of the flat valleys and high mountain ranges of change in your life you can scroll through to see months or years in advance when things are likely to be very quiet or really intense.
These intense periods can initiate changes in where you work, where you live, relationships, or health. The TimeTraks “early warning” can be very valuable in helping you to anticipate and manage change
This technology from the MERLIN project has been reported on by the Nightly News, CNN, NPR, USA Today, and Coast-to-Coast AM in frequent appearances.
•Well-known national media figures, politicians and musicians have used this technology in successfully managing their careers
•This tool will not work for every user but it will work for the vast majority
•Like astrology this tool depends on a “birth” date or “start” date, but in how it works, how well works, and how its results are displayed it is unlike anything you have ever seen before
•Only with the advent of smart phones and tablets could the full power of the MERLIN TimeTraks be unleashed for easy use by the public
•With a flick of your finger you can scroll back and forth throughout your life and those of your friends or celebrities and get a good sense of how to read this map of the future
•The TimeTraks app can be used as a source of fun entertainment or as a serious planning tool
•The TimeTraks app includes an explanation of how to use it and covers important topics that can improve forecasts such as “Time Twins” or “Triangulation”
•The TimeTraks app will identify celebrity “Time Twins” of the user. Very often the ups and downs of those celebrities’ lives will mirror what's going on with the user at the same time.
•The free TimeTraks app includes thousands of celebrities including the top 100 in fields such as Hollywood and sports. It also includes major national and world events.
•The subscription TimeTraks app extends that to tens of thousands of celebrities and dozens of fields.
•The free TimeTraks app allows a user to explore start dates in a sample two-month period
•The subscription TimeTraks app enables a user to use start dates from 1900 to 2020
•The TimeTraks app is extremely valuable in picking the best times to sign contracts, begin projects, schedule surgery, etc.
•The TimeTraks app is also an useful way to look at a relationship in terms of its likelihood of being high-energy where both partners are often scaling major mountain ranges at the same time (Tiger Woods and Elin Nordegren) or more balanced where one partner is more likely to be in a quiet period while the other is undergoing major changes

What's New

Version 1.1.0

Added a 1 week subscription for 99 cents. Fixed bug with URL requests from outside the US.

Ratings and Reviews

2.2 out of 5

36 Ratings

36 Ratings

great app


It is amazing how many features this app has. I liked being able to search for my twin, as a way to see what others with my month / date are doing parallel to myself. Our family uses the Good Timing guide and I see this "Best Launch Days" as being helpful in starting something ( like a vacation, project or new product line). I looked at my lucky days for 2013 and the week in April it lists mirrors the string of sales orders I received in early April over a one week period that totaled more than I booked in Jan - March 2013. I had a reading with Paul in 2008 and he said according to my Time Traks, My sales would ramp up from there until 2013 and then level off. For the past 3 years , I have been working harder than I ever have, with companies, giving me new business and sales exploding to the upside. I could use that leveling off at the plateau for a while! By seeing my Time Traks on this app, it confirms that I stay at this level for the next few years. For the user that explores this app deeper, it has a lot to offer.

Needs different licensing and interface


This app is not worth .99 and the reup subscription plan is definitely not worth it. The ui is marginal at best. I enjoy when the Merlin project guys are on c2c, but this app does not have the bells and whistles one would expect. From a license perspective it should be an in app purchase for running these reports. Maybe a reminder portion or hot zones on calendar. A more intuitive report mechanism would be good too. It would be interesting to have a report that back traces events or time in your life that you remember and seeing if they map to the luck or launch cycles.

Utter nonsense !!


I worked for the Pentagon during the Regan era as a Program Manager for SDI /"Star Wars" and am a professional graduate engineer for 40+ years. This app is based on total junk science, astrology, half truths, extreme exaggerations, and a ton on b-ll s--t. There is no scientific foundation for any of this except as a (fun?) parlor game for weak minded users looking for supposed trends, "timetracs" and predictions. Check the Wikipedia description of the Merlin Project and especially the author, who falsely claims to have invented the excimer laser, a gross distortion of truth.
Save your money and avoid feeling like a sucker.


George Hart
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Requires iOS 4.3 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
Age Rating
Rated 4+
© 2012
In-App Purchases
  1. Time Trak 1 week subscription $0.99
  2. Time Trak 1 month subscription $4.99
  3. Time Trak 12 month subscription $23.99


  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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