Fast app start
-It has two precision timer options:
1. minutes, seconds and centi-seconds (One hundredth of a second) which is the default, great for sports such as track and field and swimming which rely on one hundredth of a second precision timing.
2. hours, minutes and seconds
- You can switch between the two options by simply touching on the clock, the middle dark gray section on the screen.
- You may set the alarm to go off after a certain time is reached on the timer which should be set in the settings menu.
- You may set the alarm to go off at a particular date and time which should also be set in the settings menu.
- Also, in the settings menu, you will find options to switch the alarm on or off. You can set it to sound just once or repeatedly every 5, 10 or 15 seconds. The repeat on option will repeat at set intervals as chosen for one minute or until the stop button is pressed. You can also set the alarm to go off only while the app is running or irrespective of whether the app is running or not.
This is a pretty simple program. It just displays the built-in string that the system creates. The string is *supposed* to be accurate and meaningful, but your hardware may not conform to standards. I tried to make it nice and neat, but the format varies so much between different models that I ended up just displaying a simple string.
WARNING: Not all hardware configurations will work with this app! This program tries as best it can, but some devices may not provide any useful information. Thus if this app doesn't display anything, then you have just learned that your hardware is non-standard--and that's something, right? (Gotta spell it out for some people, sigh.)
Hope it's useful!
Psychedelic! Trippy! Hallucinations--ha, not really. Or maybe...
The AI is based on a freakin' chicken--d00d!
Have no idea what ur boss will do when she finds u playin this, but what the he77?
This is an ALPHA test (now version 0.7--almost done!) of a new workout app. It is guaranteed to have some bugs!
If you ever wanted to be in on developing an app (to help you workout) while there's still time to make design changes, now's the time to do it!
To participate in the alpha test, please see my website at http://www.sleepfuriously.com/android/hpg_alpha_test/ where there are much more instructions.
Yes, everyone who submits a verified bug will get a free copy of the finished product!
Well this program can find that information for you! And wait, that's not all! You also get some MORE information, just 'cause I like the look of your jib.
This app will tell you exactly what the hardware name of your detector is (if it has one, of course). And then...yes, it will tell you the distance(s) it operates.
And now here's the best part: it will let you play with the proximity detector, showing exactly how far away your phone thinks it is from you ear (or hand, or whatever is hovering in front of the detector).
And now here is *really* the best part: it's FREE! Yep, totally free free free! And by free, I mean no charge, no advertisements, no nagging, no kidding!
Why? Well, why not?
One little thing: this is version 0.90. I would love to hear how it works or doesn't work on all the various phones out there. Since I make things for free, I can't afford to purchase all the different Android devices, post a review and let me know how it blows.
Perfect for editors, directors, sound designers, and anyone who uses SMPTE time codes.
It's FREE! No ads, no nags, no internet connections, and no invasions into your privacy. It just does what it's supposed to do.
BETA version. Please contact me about bugs.