SportsTimer Lite

SportsTimer Lite


SportsTimer Lite, a timekeeping app, offers multiple stopwatches for different types of real-life action. Whether you're a single athlete wanting to time yourself, or you're in charge of timing multiple participants at once, this versatile app is up to the challenge.
This is the Lite version with NO ads, but limitations in the usage.
PRO and EVENT version are also available in Google Play!

The "LapTimer" function is your single-athlete stopwatch. Record all your laps and stay informed about each lap performance. This stopwatch can be controlled in all situations--even while you're moving--because it offers optional tactile feedback and additional control through the volume buttons. At the end of the action, you can check all your lap times, send the complete time history to your friends, or save it to your device's SD card. Your time history is saved in a file format that can be even opened and edited in Excel.

"MultiTimer" is the stopwatch you'll use for a larger race or event. It supports simultaneous recording of up to 3 participants (PRO up to 12, EVENT up to 100), and it's easy to set up. Before you start, enter the number and name of each participant (by typing, accessing them in your device's contact list or importing from a csv-list). You can time each athlete individually, the entire event at once, or by an interval phase. As the event is in progress, check the intermediate standings with the "hotlist" function. As with the LapTimer, you can document the event by exporting the intermediate and final results to your SD card.


FEATURE LIST:

LapTimer

- 3 independent stopwatches
- recording of laps & elapsed times
- shows delta to best lap time
- Tactile feedback
- Control stopwatches by volume buttons
- Different layouts for landscape and portrait mode

MultiTimer

- General
- Simultaneous recording of interim and final results
of up to 3 (Pro: 12, Event: 100) participants
- Organization of participants
- Naming option for participants
- Direct text input
- Import event name, name and start number
from a csv-file
- Select a contact.
-> Shows name and image
- Save configuration
- Events can be classified wit three labels
- Results saving to CSV file
- event (name, label),
- date,
- name of participant
- Timing
- Start Options
- Manual start of each participant
- Simultaneous launch of all participants
- Automatic purging start of all participants
- Optional countdown before total / interval Start
- Simultaneous recording of
- interim and
- final results
- Hotlist shows the ranking


Parallel Timer

- offers two stopwatches


Options

Sharing result options
-Save results to SD-card in csv-format
-Sharing results via email, twitter etc
-Saving results in internal database (up to 1000 results)

Interface options
- Setup orientation mode
- Setup timing format:
Set your numbers of digits or add day information
- Choice specific timermode as startscreen

Recent changes:
Overall
- ActionBar
- Support of 3 different themes (dark, light, light with dark action bar)

MultiTimer
- Changed: New edit mode in action bar to add/removers timers or change timer order
- Changed: Pause action is dropped. In stop mode timer can now be restarted and last lap will be deleted

LapTimer
- New: Chart view for lap times.
- Live mode: Chart view has a live update during run mode
- Color indicators: Fastest and slowest lap will color coded
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Free
84
4.2
User ratings
589
Installs
100,000+
Concerns
0
File size
1491 kb
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About SportsTimer Lite
SportsTimer Lite, a timekeeping app, offers multiple stopwatches for different types of real-life action. Whether you're a single athlete wanting to time yourself, or you're in charge of timing multiple participants at once, this versatile app is up to the challenge.
This is the Lite version with NO ads, but limitations in the usage.
PRO and EVENT version are also available in Google Play!

The "LapTimer" function is your single-athlete stopwatch. Record all your laps and stay informed about each lap performance. This stopwatch can be controlled in all situations--even while you're moving--because it offers optional tactile feedback and additional control through the volume buttons. At the end of the action, you can check all your lap times, send the complete time history to your friends, or save it to your device's SD card. Your time history is saved in a file format that can be even opened and edited in Excel.

"MultiTimer" is the stopwatch you'll use for a larger race or event. It supports simultaneous recording of up to 3 participants (PRO up to 12, EVENT up to 100), and it's easy to set up. Before you start, enter the number and name of each participant (by typing, accessing them in your device's contact list or importing from a csv-list). You can time each athlete individually, the entire event at once, or by an interval phase. As the event is in progress, check the intermediate standings with the "hotlist" function. As with the LapTimer, you can document the event by exporting the intermediate and final results to your SD card.


FEATURE LIST:

LapTimer

- 3 independent stopwatches
- recording of laps & elapsed times
- shows delta to best lap time
- Tactile feedback
- Control stopwatches by volume buttons
- Different layouts for landscape and portrait mode

MultiTimer

- General
- Simultaneous recording of interim and final results
of up to 3 (Pro: 12, Event: 100) participants
- Organization of participants
- Naming option for participants
- Direct text input
- Import event name, name and start number
from a csv-file
- Select a contact.
-> Shows name and image
- Save configuration
- Events can be classified wit three labels
- Results saving to CSV file
- event (name, label),
- date,
- name of participant
- Timing
- Start Options
- Manual start of each participant
- Simultaneous launch of all participants
- Automatic purging start of all participants
- Optional countdown before total / interval Start
- Simultaneous recording of
- interim and
- final results
- Hotlist shows the ranking


Parallel Timer

- offers two stopwatches


Options

Sharing result options
-Save results to SD-card in csv-format
-Sharing results via email, twitter etc
-Saving results in internal database (up to 1000 results)

Interface options
- Setup orientation mode
- Setup timing format:
Set your numbers of digits or add day information
- Choice specific timermode as startscreen

Recent changes:
Overall
- ActionBar
- Support of 3 different themes (dark, light, light with dark action bar)

MultiTimer
- Changed: New edit mode in action bar to add/removers timers or change timer order
- Changed: Pause action is dropped. In stop mode timer can now be restarted and last lap will be deleted

LapTimer
- New: Chart view for lap times.
- Live mode: Chart view has a live update during run mode
- Color indicators: Fastest and slowest lap will color coded

User reviews of SportsTimer Lite
Works for what I use it for. Would be nice to show average times over restarted timers.
Sep 19, 2011
awesome! I needed this to time my Scouts on the knot rail competition! The lap timer can track the times for each individual knot as they're tied.
Jul 11, 2011
On my Nexus S, the back button does not do anything in this app. I can not get back to the start screen. Otherwise it looks good.
Jan 24, 2011
Just want I needed. Stats, simple email results, time two swimmers at the same time. Just great.
Jun 24, 2010
Android Market Comments
A Google User
Aug 14, 2014
Very good. Problem s more due to my devices than anything else.
A Google User
Dec 31, 2013
Great stuff guys Recommending the pro version for heavy users
A Google User
Aug 17, 2013
Lots of features and tabular output format Nexus 7, Android 4.3 The features of this app make it stand out from the rest, though the user interface could be improved a bit. The output format when you email results is in columns so easy to paste into a spreadsheet. My only gripe is that after saving data to the history, then looking at it in the history, the 'back' button causes a crash. No data loss but disconcerting. I'd give it 5 stars if the crash was fixed.
A Google User
Jan 26, 2013
Ugly but useful
A Google User
Jan 26, 2013
Ugly but useful