Works great. The one bug with that appeared on Nexus 7 where the white time was not centered has been fixed with the last update (Apr 2013). Thanks Timo. It's really great to have a Go game timer with you at all times without having to carry a dedicated device around. The touch screen makes for easy switching between players, and it's easy to set up the game times. Merci encore.
Great Clock 2016 update is it is still the best game timer. The only complaint is that I wish I could install on iPad ;D I was on the verge of buying a physical Go clock and found this one. Fully customizable I couldn't ask for anything more. Works great and saved me a lot of money. Well worth it. Update: almost 2016 and still the best clock ;D
Good clock app, but one missing feature I'd like to have the ability to remove some of the standard profiles that I never use, and just have a set of 3 or 4 of my own. Don't like the clutter these unused profiles now cause. A simple button to remove a profile while editing would be enough, and an option to save a custom profile. Would give 5 stars if this is implemented. I know I can edit all profiles, but I would still like to remove unneeded ones from the list.
Vocal countdowns are win But I was a little disappointed in other areas. Is there a way to add profiles? Or can I only edit the pre-existing ones? I'd also like to manually build the stages of my time controls like some other clock apps allow. ie, there doesn't seem to be a way to do the standard chess 2hr/first 40 moves then added time for sudden death. Perfect for baduk. Really good for chess. The audio cues are why I bought this and will use it. Just wish some more customization was there. But hey, for $1 this is amazing.
Great, but has no in-app menu button Due to the lack of it, many users of modern galaxy phones can't access the options. Otherwise the app does its job perfectly in my opinion and I wish I could rate it accordingly.
Simple, complete and does pretty much everything I'd want. Only think that might be useful as an "advanced" option would be setting two different times for white and black. Sometimes it's fun to handicap yourself on time and get to play an even match rather than using stone handicaps.
-Fixed the clock layout on large screens (white's UI elements were cut off/misplaced).
-Added option to prevent the display from going into sleep mode.
-Bronstein time now shows the opponent's remaining pool time while it's one's own turn to move, instead of showing the opponent's interval time (which is of course always the same and therefore not interesting to know).
-Added new time systems to play around with.