Talking Timer Plus

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About this app

Talking Timer Plus

Sick of telling your kids how much video game time they have left? Want a fun way of motivating them to get dressed in the morning? How about brushing your teeth with the help of Batman?

Talking Timer Plus has been designed with parents and carers in mind. The fun and simple app is a basic timer that prompts at certain intervals using one of our standard pre-recorded voices or your own custom recording. Mums, dads, carers, teachers, tutors and trainers can all benefit from this fun and simple app! Simply choose the voice you want, set the timer and click START, easy as that!

Free version has access to 2 standard voices and 1 custom voice. Opening the full version gives you access to 8 standard voices, 8 custom voices, NEW voices (every so often) and removes the periodic reminders.

Key Features

- Count Down timer (up to 24 hours)
- Count Up Timer (up to 24 hours)
- Customize your own voice
- Set it to vibrate as well as prompt
- Customize sound and vibration intervals
- Choose to mute on screen lock
- 8 pre-recorded voices including,

Default (UK English)
Rocket Launch
Dalak (Dr. Who)


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Hope you enjoy and keep an eye out for fun and useful apps from us in the future!

The Parent-That! Team
Updated on
Oct 26, 2018

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Ratings and reviews

14 reviews
A Google user
February 20, 2019
Unfortunately, the app is either poorly designed or poorly executed. While counting up, the app will only speak your chosen iteration once. So, if I choose 5 minutes, it'll tell me once 5 minutes have passed but not at 10, 15, etc. Instead, there's a long list of checkboxes that are inefficient to use. Also, the app crashes after the first spoken time if the screen is turned off & sometimes crashes if you're also playing music.
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Parent That!
February 22, 2019
Hi Nick. The app is different from other timers in that it is designed to trigger at pre-set intervals instead of repeated intervals. We like the idea of an option to do both, though. Thanks for taking the time to feedback. We're always trying to improve so any feedback is appreciated! Regards, The Parent-That! team
A Google user
February 19, 2019
So nearly an excellent app... I'd been longing for a phone app version of my count-down gadget which speaks the remaining time with increasing frequency as time-up gets closer, and at last found this. Unfortunately the announcements dry up when the phone screen goes to sleep - though the option to keep going when the screen's manually locked works fine. The different voices are fun but would be even better if the last-selected voice came up by default.
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Parent That!
February 22, 2019
Hi Jon, interesting about the timer not firing when sleeping. We'll do some digging and see if we can fix the issue in V2. Also, keep an eye out for V2 which will have an option to create and save specific settings/recordings as "custom" timers. As always, a BIG thanks for taking the time to feedback! All the best, The Parent-That! team
A Google user
January 2, 2019
The interface isn't very well thought out. You can go up when setting the timer but you can't go down.. If you want to set the timer to let's say 8 minutes and you mistakenly press the minute button 9 times, you have to "cancel" the setting and do it over again. Edit: That would definitely make your app much user-friendlier, thanks for your reply.
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Parent That!
January 2, 2019
Thanks for the feedback, Josef! We tried laying out the timer similar to a traditional kitchen timer (hence why there is only an "up" button). An "undo" button to go back a step, might make a good addition, though. Thanks again! The Parent-That team

What's new

- New voice in time for Halloween (Demon)!!!
- Fixed slight timer pause at intervals
- Added shadows to buttons