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Clock - Countdown - Stopwatch

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hitaisin

hitaisin replied 6 years ago, re: Germano's Version 3 from 6 years ago

I like when I can snooze by pressing hardware volume button. Also I like timer in android 4.2, when I press start button I see progress not only in numbers, but also as visual circle.

Germano

Germano replied 6 years ago, re: Germano's Version 4 from 6 years ago

How about now. The dial pad show when adding a new timer, when the timer is running the pie chart takes place and acts as a "pause - resume" button
If a new timer is added, it just appears below the old one, making the view vertically scrollable

hitaisin

hitaisin replied 6 years ago, re: Germano's Version 5 from 6 years ago

Yea, that's what I wanted, nice pie :).

P.S. Also I like how this timer made: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qxct-1iwaHo

Germano

Germano replied 6 years ago, re: Germano's Version 5 from 6 years ago

Those circle controls realyl do look very nice, but they wouldn't be as precise to use on a small touch screen

Guest replied 6 years ago, re: Germano's Version 5 from 6 years ago

Why you have turn to the side to add a new city, but had to go to the menu to set a new alarm? I would prefer to go the same way for both.

Germano

Germano replied 6 years ago, re: Germano's Version 6 from 6 years ago

Now there's a consistent way to add alarms and clocks. I went with the menu button instead of scrolling to the end, but it's easily changeable if most people prefer scrolling

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