Stopwatch 2 Advanced lap timer

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About this app

High quality stopwatch with big numbers, black theme, sounds, big buttons and simple to use. Professionally designed lap timer with a focus on real world usability for sports and outside use. This stopwatch has no advertisements and is supported via an upgrade option that unblocks advanced features such as speech and time screen notifications.

This stopwatch is unique as it allow the user to configure the timer display in many different ways to show total time, current lap time, clock time, timestamps, statistics.
Stopwatch 2 - Advanced lap timer for Android also has a huge landscape view so your time sessions can be displayed with huge numbers.

Standard Stopwatch Features
✔️ Total / elapsed time
✔️ Current lap time
✔️ Lap time
✔️ Split time
✔️ Clock time
✔️ Timestamps
✔️ Average time
✔️ Configurable display
✔️ Configurable precision
✔️ Configurable time format
✔️ 1/1000 second accuracy
✔️ 99+ hours duration
✔️ Portrait and landscape views
✔️ High contrast timer display with large numbers
✔️ Durable sessions.
✔️ Material design

Premium Stopwatch Features
🌟 Speech
🌟 Time interval notifications
🌟 Action notifications
🌟 Action undo
🌟 Save & resume concurrent sessions
🌟 Screen lock

Stopwatch Features Not Supported
❌ Annoying system notifications
❌ Popup requests for ratings.
❌ Lost timer sessions on restart
❌ Small Numbers
❌ Unreadable screen in sunlight

Languages supported by this stopwatch including TTS speech
⚫ English
⚫ Spanish
⚫ Portuguese
⚫ German
Updated on
Oct 29, 2023

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Ratings and reviews

1.79K reviews
A Google user
November 12, 2019
Prior to settling on this I tried many, many, many versions of stopwatches. Love the visability and flexibility and the fact that data can be sent via numerous means. This is the best! I have original version and love it, ESPECIALLY THE LAP AND START BUTTONS ON THE TOP, which makes it easy to tap when crossing a set/start point, given that one's hand holding the smart phone is below the lap button. Now that I soon will be switching phones, I hope I can still get the original, ergonomically sound one on the new phone. Apparently, for version 2 the buttons have moved down below the ergonomically best position, on top. In the new setting, can the buttons be moved to the top?
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Chronus Stopwatches
November 13, 2019
You are correct that the new version has buttons at the bottom and I may look into changing this. Please try my other two stopwatch apps that are almost identical to the old version and in many ways better. You will need to go into the settings to change the main display to show lap time and it will be exactly as you want. Thanks for the 5 stars
A Google user
July 5, 2019
Just downloaded. Looks like this will do what I want: timing yoga sequences. Two requests: I have no need for 1/100 of a second display and those numbers flying by are just distracting and take up space if not needed. Would be nice to have an option to not show 1/100s. Also want to pile on the dislike of the two giant buttons. On my phone split screen mode I can't gray them out with the eye button.
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Chronus Stopwatches
July 5, 2019
Thanks for your feedback and I'm glad you like my Stopwatch. The first issue can be resolved by repeat pressing the 3rd toolbar icon from the right. It cycles the precision from 1/1000 through to seconds only. I may move this to the settings as its not very intuitive as it is and can be missed. I will investigate the second issue for you.
A Google user