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Hybrid Stopwatch and Timer for Android
XDA member jisdroid presents his first application for Android devices: Hybrid Stopwatch and Timer. The application contains both analog and digital stopwatches with minutes, seconds and lap hands, timer mode with circular representation of remaining time on a well retro style design UI. The latest version includes QVGA Support and move to SD Card option. Grab it for free on the market and if you liked it, please leave your feedback for the developer.
Originally posted by jisdroid
New Hybrid Stopwatch and Timer
Hi, i uploaded my first app to the android market and i would appreciate if you can give me some feedback and suggestions, thank you!
The app: Hybrid Stopwatch and Timer
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