Useful but battery hungry I think Tried this app and found it to be what I was after. Wouldn't mind paying for a pro version if that helps me with my problem. Basically after running it for about 5 alarms over a 28minute period each, my battery ran out. Usually my battery would remain close to full throughout the whole day on my current settings. So, any tips to be able to rate this further?
Great App! Able to set 3 different times all at the same time and has a cool look to it. Other have commented that the app fails to go to zero once countdown has finish, which isnt a major issue - after all, you want to keep the timing settings again. The only thing I would add for improvement on this, is the ability to add text - so it serves as a reminder that you have to complete a certain task within countdown time and perhaps have a stopwatch facility.
For current Version. The app is great and I like it a lot. I does me a great job for what I use it. There is one issue though with the alarm sound. When I put my phone to charge, the alarm gets muted and the phone only vibrates. It's kind of annoying, because to get it "ringing" again I have to change the ringtone and restore it again. Overall the app is very nice and I love it. I love the simplistic design and it just does the job. Keep the good work!
Almost perfect! I've been using this widget for quite a while, and I've yet to find anything better. I use these to let me know when my work breaks are over. This does make it to where I can't use them for anything else though, as I need 3 timers for work, and only 3 offered. A couple more timers would be nice, or perhaps an "unlimited" number of them? Maybe more color options, but that's minor. Also, being able to save the time set, without starting the timer, would be great. Thanks and keep up the great work!
Recently been unreliable and massively inaccurate for multiple devices Gorgeous, clean, reliable. Allows for multiple timers, easy to use, and shows in notification bar while running. This is the absolute perfect timer, I have tried many on Play, and by far this is the easiest to use, prettiest to look at, and best combination of minimal with lots of functionality. If I had one request, it'd be the ability (maybe an option) to have timer labels. I know this would clutter the UI a little, so it could be an option disabled by default, but having a blank label at the bottom
Looks fine, but one thing can be better. Ok, I need a simple workout timer with a couple of presets. I would turn it on after a lifting set is done. Now, I just completed a heavy set and need to press Start. How easy you think it is to actually hit a smallish area of the screen in that condition? Not very. Why can I simply tap anywhere to start/stop? The app would be perfect with that feature.
Countdown Timer: intuitive layout, large buttons, persistent alarm, snooze