Start and stop the stopwatch by pressing the button located on the center of the screen, you can see the elapsed time on the top and on the digital display analogue as and old school view stopwatch. To record a lapse of time Press the left button, at a glance will be added to the analog view, and to reset the right button. The buttons are set to use with one hand.
You can access the list of knees with the drop-down menu at the top or simply swipe your finger to the left. Lap On this list, you can choose to display lap time or full time. Lap list can be saved on SD card, shared to social media or be emailed.
Set the timer fast and easy, by dragging the seconds and minutes, or use the conventional input method by pressing the left button. To reset press the right button, a tap will restore the last time used, long press reset the counter to 0.
You can customize the alarm that goes off when the time is up, choose vibration, customize sound, and alarm duration from 2 seconds to 30 minutes.
This mode must circulate arc which allows to visualize the remaining time.
Access the presets programmed from the drop-down menu at the top, or swipe left. Here you can create and edit your most used timers.
The stopwatch and counter can also be controlled with the UP and DOWN key volume, this option is available on the preferences screen.
The design was made to make you feel like you are holding a real stopwatch and the counter on your hands, with beautiful themes and animations.
There are 12 themes to choose from, with clean retro android and retro designs.
- Stopwatch and timer modes (countdown timer).
- Digital and analog information.
- Infinite Towers count.
- Send empty email towers.
- Works in the background.
- Color themes.
- Supports multiple screens.
- Duration of the customizable alarm.
- Support for custom ringtones.
- Multiple audio outputs (ringtones, media, alarm).
- Presets programmed.
if you find any bugs, or get a Close Force please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org with the Android version, the app version and the device.
Suggestions are also welcome;)
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