orb3000 · Mar 15, 2011 at 10:00 am

Easy Timer for Windows Phone 7 Updated

XDA member ioulian presents Easy Timer for your Windows Phone 7. A simple and easy application designed to match the WP7 user interface featuring the options to be run under the lock screen, timer resumed when close app, timer-start variables stored, lap times, and many more. The latest version of the app has a Metro Style GUI and has stopwatch and countdown timers that can be run simultaneously as well. For those who can´t access the market, the developer has included the app on the original thread.
As always, we encourage you to leave your feedback so future versions can be improved.

Originally posted by ioulian
[APP] Easy Timer -[R]- 24/02/2011 -[U]- 12/03/2011 -[V]- v1.2

Name: Timer

I’m making this Timer app for windows phone 7. I searched for some timer apps on the marketplace (http://www.appsfuze.com/), I still don’t own a wp7 device, working on that . I saw a few apps, but they all don’t match the design of wp7 theme, and not all have the functionality of stopwatch or countdown.

So I decided to make an app myself, that matches the metro-design and also matches the theme you’re using (light or dark). It has two modes: stopwatch and countdown. It’ll be a free app because I’m a student and don’t really do Windows Phone programming, it’s just what I do in my free time

Video:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y05BhoMqSss (light theme switch is at the second half of the video)

Continue to the application thread.


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