Timer is too slow, which caused me an issue for a timed presentation. Also as stated previously menu buttons are ridiculously small. The premise is good, so if the issues are rectified it could be a very useful app.
Excellent timer It really is brilliant once you get your head around the small menu items. Hopefully the developer will have time to address that issue. Otherwise 5* to show my support for the developer! Thank you!
Awkward settings menu Menu buttons are too tiny with no reason (there's plenty of empty space around). Settings are not user-friendly, and it is not always possible to do what you want. Sometimes it freezes, such as once when I tried to set "15 minutes" as presentation length and it would not let me write anything but "1". Other than that, I like the idea of this timer, and I think that with some additional development this could become a great app (one I might be shelling some money for)
Menu buttons far too small, color options not working Holy cow, the menu buttons used to change settings are far too small. Also, there is no way to change the breakpoint colors. Needs testing for the Samsung Galaxy S3 on Jelly Bean. Uninstalled.
Unusable on Galaxy S6 Phone. Settings buttons are impossibly small and cannot be read. The application needs to be fixed before it is usable.
Time out of Sync A good concept but really needs a bit more work. The biggest failing I found was the timer was too slow. Compared to 3 independent timers it ran 3 minutes and 40 seconds slower over a 30 minute period. Whilst the others showed 33 minutes and 40ish seconds (allowing for start up). This can be crucial when giving a timed brief especially for an exam and could result in significant marks lost for overrun. The other failing which others have already picked up on is the that the button are far too small. That said I like the concept and the fact that I can programme in markers to indicate where I should be in a presentation. If you can get those two issues solved then you are on the way to creating a good app for presentations.