mic_888 · Apr 8, 2011 at 09:00 am

Kitchen Timer PRO For Android

If you’re looking for a fast UI kitchen timer app, check out XDA forum member Charles Darke’s little Android app.

The XDA dev wrote the free app for power users who want a fast UI. You just need to key in the timer delay in minutes and hit the ‘Add’ button and the timer will begin.

Features of the app include:

  • Ergonomic timer entry
  • Does not acquire wake-locks and so will not drain your battery unlike other timers
  • Uses system alarm manager and robustly stores alarms so that the alarm doesn’t fail when the app is closed
  • Less aggressive/annoying timer sound (rooster loops every few seconds instead of without delay)
  • Less aggressive/annoying vibrate settings (as above)

For more information including the link to the QR code, head on over to the application thread.


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