Stretch Timer

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The Stretch Timer helps you time your stretches to avoid rushing and to ensure even stretching on both sides of your body. I have a series of stretches I need to do every day, holding each stretch for 45 seconds. After stretching with a timer, I was amazed to discover that my stretches being held for a 45 Mississippi count were really only 35 seconds long, and when I stretch my left leg, that 45 Mississippi count somehow goes down to 30 seconds. This app was designed to solve this problem and make it easy to focus on other things while stretching like the TV, instead of counting.

To use the Stretch Timer, select how long you want to hold your stretches for and click start. Lets say you select 30 seconds. The timer will then play a sound every 30 seconds until you click stop.

Again, the Stretch Timer counts down the amount of time needed to hold a stretch. Once the time has elapsed, it plays a sound notification and then restarts counting automatically.
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What's New

- now supports running while the device is in sleep mode (enabled by default in the preferences)
- now supports Android 2.3 (Gingerbread)
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Additional Information

Updated
July 24, 2014
Size
1.5M
Installs
5,000+
Current Version
1.2
Requires Android
2.3 and up
Content Rating
Everyone
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Offered By
8K3 Incorporated
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