Game Timer

Game Timer


The idea behind the Game Timer application is to provide you with a timer that is easy to use when playing board games or social games.

Setup screen
The first screen that you get is the setup screen. Here you select the time(s) that the timer will use. After your selections are done press the start button at the bottom of the screen to start the timer user interface.
The settings is stored when exiting the application.

Run screen
Then just press on the screen to start the timer, to reset the timer just press once more on the screen.
When the timer reaches 0 the alarm sounds and you can start again. If you need to change the setup use the [back] button on your phone. This will stop the timer and bring back the setup screen. If you press [Home] button your timer will continue to run and the alarm will go off as expected.

Options
In the Setup Phase you have some options available if you press Menu on your phone.

Some of the options are:

Max & Min values – This give you a possibility to create a timer that will go off between these values. Useful in some games where you need a random time within some limits.

Phase 2 – After the time that is stipulated has passed an alarm sound and a second timer starts. Useful to get a warning signal before the times up.

Have fun and play fair or at least have fun!

Recent changes:
1.16
Based upon a user request the application now stores the timer values used.
Used for mediation timer.

1.15
A user requested a new option to repeat the alarm until you press the screen again.

1.14
Added a paused functionality. By "long" press on the screen while the timer is running it pauses. Long press again and it restarts.

1.10 - 1.13
Added a possibility to add a vibrate alarm
Added a possibility to move the application to the SD memory.
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Free
70
3.5
User ratings
10
Installs
1,000+
Concerns
0
File size
653 kb
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About Game Timer
The idea behind the Game Timer application is to provide you with a timer that is easy to use when playing board games or social games.

Setup screen
The first screen that you get is the setup screen. Here you select the time(s) that the timer will use. After your selections are done press the start button at the bottom of the screen to start the timer user interface.
The settings is stored when exiting the application.

Run screen
Then just press on the screen to start the timer, to reset the timer just press once more on the screen.
When the timer reaches 0 the alarm sounds and you can start again. If you need to change the setup use the [back] button on your phone. This will stop the timer and bring back the setup screen. If you press [Home] button your timer will continue to run and the alarm will go off as expected.

Options
In the Setup Phase you have some options available if you press Menu on your phone.

Some of the options are:

Max & Min values – This give you a possibility to create a timer that will go off between these values. Useful in some games where you need a random time within some limits.

Phase 2 – After the time that is stipulated has passed an alarm sound and a second timer starts. Useful to get a warning signal before the times up.

Have fun and play fair or at least have fun!

Recent changes:
1.16
Based upon a user request the application now stores the timer values used.
Used for mediation timer.

1.15
A user requested a new option to repeat the alarm until you press the screen again.

1.14
Added a paused functionality. By "long" press on the screen while the timer is running it pauses. Long press again and it restarts.

1.10 - 1.13
Added a possibility to add a vibrate alarm
Added a possibility to move the application to the SD memory.
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Android Market Comments
A Google User
Aug 29, 2013
Very good! Does what it says. There's really not that much competition. GUI could use some brush up. It would be nice to be able to choose specific hours also instead of just passing time. For example from 9am to 5pm. This would be handy for random meditation or lucid dreaming reality checks. :)