Quietto Lite

Quietto Lite


Try also Quietto app - no ads, clean and clear screen.

Quietto Lite is the perfect app for take control of your time in a discreet way. All the times you, and only you, cannot (or doesn't want to) look at your watch, Quietto is here to help.

Quietto Free is made for:

- Public speaking people
- Academic and GMAT exam simulation
- Morning makeup
- Lactating women
- Fitness and gyms
- Airport flight waiting time
- Negotiations & interviews

Easy to use and high contrast provide discrete visual alert for training or action/exercise uses.

Recent changes:
New version fully operational, no more limitations in time settings.
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Free
63
3.2
User ratings
26
Installs
1,000+
Concerns
1
File size
1509 kb
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About Quietto Lite
Try also Quietto app - no ads, clean and clear screen.

Quietto Lite is the perfect app for take control of your time in a discreet way. All the times you, and only you, cannot (or doesn't want to) look at your watch, Quietto is here to help.

Quietto Free is made for:

- Public speaking people
- Academic and GMAT exam simulation
- Morning makeup
- Lactating women
- Fitness and gyms
- Airport flight waiting time
- Negotiations & interviews

Easy to use and high contrast provide discrete visual alert for training or action/exercise uses.

Recent changes:
New version fully operational, no more limitations in time settings.

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Android Market Comments
A Google User
Feb 24, 2013
Ridiculous This app is probably great. However, you can't really test it because the free version limits BOTH the talk length time and the number of notifications for that talk which essentially renders the trial useless. This is essentially the action of someone who is afraid for you to properly test their app. Why? No idea, but it doesn't make me want to pay for it.
A Google User
Feb 24, 2013
Ridiculous This app is probably great. However, you can't really test it because the free version limits BOTH the talk length time and the number of notifications for that talk which essentially renders the trial useless. This is essentially the action of someone who is afraid for you to properly test their app. Why? No idea, but it doesn't make me want to pay for it.
A Google User
Feb 18, 2013
Just for trying out the interface I really like the idea of this app for discretely timing presentations. I'm glad there's a free version, but it's the most limited free version I've ever seen for an app. It's preset to 40 seconds as the total time of your "talk" and you can't change that!! To change the time to the real time of your real presentation, you have to buy the full app for 99 cents. What you DO get in the free app is the chance to check out the cool interface, where the elapsed time appears as if the screen is like a tank of water, slowly filling as time elapses. And you can experience the vibrations at the pre-selected intervals. I'm going to buy the full app, and I'll review it once I've had a chance to play with it.