Need to time something for 2 minutes? Need to time things for 2 minutes somewhat often? Then this is your app.
Great for timing:
No opening the app, making sure you're on timer instead of stopwatch, no fumbling around to set the desired time...just click '2 Minute Timer' and you're ready to time.
Only options are to Cancel or Restart timer, it will beep with a predefined beep 4 times when times up.
If you browse away from the timer while it's still running, bringing it back up will show you how much time you have left.
If you browse away from the app and it finishes, bringing it back up will start the timer again.
Want a variety of reminder intervals? The reminders can also be set to fire within a time frame, such as “no sooner than ten minutes and no longer than fifteen.”
Note: The app currently runs as an active, focused program—it may not run properly in the background. Doing other activities with your device may disable the reminders. We intend to address this in future releases.
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Large fonts allow the speaker to view the remaining time from afar.
Discrete warning and ending tones, and colored fonts help keep pace.
- Overtime mode (Up to 30 minutes)
- Count Down/Up modes
- Hours of talk time allotted (Up to 24 hours)
- Polite warning tones that do not startle people
- Simple and clean design for better legibility. Very easy to use!
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Timers can be
- created and removed
- started and paused
- reset to 0
The current timer values can be emailed for backup and further processing. The icon badge shows the number of running timers.
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Create as many widgets as you like, each runs independently. Ideal for cooks in the kitchen, family games, productivity at work, etc.
When a timer reaches zero it sounds the standard alarm notification sound. Tap the respective widget to cancel.
Small app with no permissions required. NB this is a first release, we plan to enhance the app with more usability and customisation.
The Reward Timer allows you to earn "reward time" while working!
- Choose how much reward time you would like to earn while you are working, i.e. 1 reward second for every 5 seconds of work.
- Click "Start" when you want to start working, and "Stop" when you have finished.
- Click "Reward" to 'spend' your reward time - the reward timer will make a sound when you need to get back to work!
+ Reward time remaining is remembered after you close the app!
+ Change the amount of reward time you earn!
+ Simple and easy to use!
Work straight for an amount of time you set, then the dash timer will alert you when it's time for a break. When the break is over, the timer will signal you to get back to work. The alerts are customizable.
Lite version with ads. Email me with any bugs!
To use it, click and drag the minute hand. To cancel, move it back to zero and the hand will be locked there. (After canceling, you need to click on it to move it again)
This app contains no advertising and does not collect any user data.
NEW: Graphical statistics and internal/external interrupts management!
● Check out your daily tasks through an intuitive calendar
● Create new tasks or import from your Google Calendar tasks
● Synchronize your tasks with Google Calendar, creating a detailed tracking of your, or your team's activities
● Fully customizable
● Interface adapted to each type of device, mobile or tablet
● Agile methodologies, increases your productivity
If you like the app, please take a second to evaualte it in Google Play
Please, feel free to send any comments, suggestions or requests to firstname.lastname@example.org
You may also want to give support by getting the pay - no Ads version, "Task Timer Calendar Pro"
Important: You must have installed and synchronized Google Calendar application on your device to enable this functionality.
Start the timer and the app will ring a bell when your work period has finished.
Then give yourself a timed break, and when the app rings again it\'s time to focus again.
You can set the times for your work periods and breaks by changing your preferences.
(Development of this was a learning exercise, but it should work well enough to be useful. Bug reports welcome.)
The Timer tab shows the timer display along with the green, yellow, and red time markers. Above the numeric time display shows at what times the green, yellow, and red lights will turn on. Just below that display shows a progress bar which ranges from time zero up to after the time in which the red light turns on – at this time the lights will blink indicating that the speech have overtimed beyond the hard maximum speech time limit.
Pressing the grey button displays speech setup screen. The speech type is used to determine at what times the appropriate colored lights will turn on. You can also enter the person who is making the speech (orator name). While you type, Speech Timer will provide suggestions based on the names available in your address book – just tap on the suggested name to choose it. When you have entered the orator name and choose a speech type, tap on Done.
Speech Timer comes with an initial set of speech types that may be modified and re-arranged, or even deleted.
While the timer is running, the phone will sound a short beep when the timing lights change. This is to alert you as time progresses. The Green button will also changes from Start to Pause which allows you to suspend timekeeping temporarily.
If you hold your phone straight up while the timer is running, the entire screen will turn to green/yellow/red as according to the timer lights. But when the time haven’t reached green, the screen will turn white instead. This is so that the phone may be used as both timer and color flag. The speech light changes and the corresponding flag modes are shown in the screenshots below.
The Speech Types tab displays the various speech types available for selection. Each speech type determines at what times does the various lights turn on. Tapping on the Edit button in the upper-right allows adding, removing or editing entries in this list as well as re-arranging it.
There are five time marks that may be configured for each speech type. Each time mark represents increasing points in time in which a speech progresses.
Green – This indicates that the speech has passed the minimum time required. Yellow – Indicates that the speaker should be completing his or her speech shortly. Red – Indicates that the speaker should stop immediately. Blink – Indicates that the speaker has seriously overtimed and should be pulled off the stage. Stop – The timer will automatically stop when time reaches this point.
The History tab shows all speech timings grouped by day. The most recent day will be shown on top and within each group the speeches are ordered by starting time. Each history entry contains.
Starting time Speech type name Time elapsed Green/Yellow/Red timing that was effective when that speech type was used. This History tab is most useful for the Timer’s report in a Toastmasters chapter meeting session. You can simply read off the speech history and say “The first speech took xx minutes and xx seconds, the second speech took xx minutes and xx seconds, etc.”
Furthermore you can send the speech history via e-mail as a human-readable HTML table or a computer-readable CSV text for further processing/editing by spreadsheet applications.
The Clear button at the upper-right corner is used to remove all history entries.