wingman1487 · Mar 27, 2010 at 12:11 pm

Stop Watch and Timer All In One

This is a great and simple app that allows you to use your phone as a stop watch and timer!  With this app created by lopez1_de you can have multiple stop watches and timers all running at the same time.  Very simple and well designed UI and extremely nice touch feel.

This app runs on a multitude of WinMo operating systems!  From WM5, 6, 6.1, and 6.5.x and just about every screen resolution you can think of.  All you need is the .NET Compact Framework 3.5 and less than 1.5 MB of RAM and your good to go.

Features:

  • up to 6 timers or stopwatches
  • works with all screen resolutions (VGA,QVGA,WVGA etc.)
  • multilanguage (English, German, Spanish, Italian, Dansk, French).
  • landscape support
  • d-pad support
  • AppToDate support (download AppToDate here)
  • use your own notifications sounds (WAV only)
  • you can change graphics and colors (registry only)

Check out the application thread for more information.


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