wingman1487 · May 30, 2010 at 09:03 pm

TeaMachine a Tea Timer App

This one is for all the tea lovers out there.  If you ever sit at home and make your own tea, then you might find this app very useful.  XDA member VanKurt, has taken advantage of OpenGL and created this very simple, yet useful app for tea lovers that will help you make a good cup of tea by alerting you when you have to take the tea bag out of the cup. Thus, avoiding the all to common mistake of letting it sit for too long.

Here’s a little freeware app for all you tea lovers out there
Just select how long you want to keep the bag in the tea and hit “start”. A gentle alarm will remind you when to get the bag out.

Features:

  • Animated steam
  • Finger friendly and animated interface
  • Over-time counter

You can find more information in the application thread.


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