Nice timer! Excellent multiple timer and alarm program. Very easy to transfer my timers and alarms from the free one to the paid one. (Just export from the free one, then import in the paid one.) You can have multiple timers running, and the one that will finish first shows at the top of the list. In landscape mode, it switches to a large display that I can read from across the room!
Fabulous App!!! I've upgraded to the Samsung Note 7 & of course, I still depend on Timers4Me. I've tried many other timer apps over the years, but none could do what T4M does. I have T4M pro, so I can create all the timers & alarms I want. I add new as I need & don't have to delete any older relevant ones. T4M's the best! If you're not sure, try it free & see how soon it becomes one of your most used apps. Then join me in T4M Pro! Keep up the great work devs. I can't wait to see what you do next.
Functional App & Responsive Dev I have used this for several years because of its functionality and flexibility. Over that time I encountered several issues, such as custom sounds not working after an Android update to my own clumsiness, and the developer patiently worked with me to get the problems resolved. As to the phone access I have not given access and I have not had any situation where the app did not perform as expected. A rare app that does what it advertises simply and sufficiently.
I AGREE... Someone asked why does a timer need to have certain access to your personal phone calls and I have never saw a response like many of the other app's do. Can you please give a reason for us all to understand.
Galaxy Note 5 Good. Nice features. I liked automatically wrote NFC tag. Just bit unstable, which is a deal-breaker in any timer ⏲ app ~ I had to reboot into safe mode to allow more Permissions.
Suspicious Why does a timer need to access your phone calls? I bought this and was using it for ages, but have now uninstalled it due to being suspicious as to why it needs this permission. Developer obviously can't answer this.
- Now you can dismiss the alarm via volume+ and snooze it via volume- button
- Now you can change the lap name in the log and export to the .csv file.