A basic countdown timer in hours, minutes and seconds that works in portrait or landscape mode. Start, Stop, and Reset buttons control the functions of the timer. When a timer is stopped, Reset will reset the timer to it's initial duration and Start will restart the timer with the current time remaining. When stopped the timer can be continued as if never stopped by tapping on the time field and then tapping Continue in the popup menu. Event while running, the timer duration can be changed by tapping the Time Remaining field or via the Options|Edit menu. The Time Remaining field is then updated based on the new duration.
Create 2 minute 30 second timer - Tap the Timer Duration field and in the
Duration Digits Pad, tap 2,3,0,Done.
Create 25 minute timer - Tap the Timer Duration field and in the Duration Digits Pad, tap 2,5,Minutes.
Create 1 hour 45 minute timer - Tap the Timer Duration field and in the Duration Digits Pad, tap 1,4,5,Minutes.
An alarm that will expire today, tomorrow, or on a user selected date at a specific time. Once started the time remaining is shown as a countdown timer. Tap the time in the Time of Event field to enter the time of day using the Time Digits Pad. Tap the AM/PM area in the Time of Event field to toggle between AM and PM.
Today at 6:45 PM - Tap the Today radio button, tap the Time of Event field and in
the Time Digits Pad, tap 6,4,5,AM/PM and then Done.
Tomorrow at 11:30 AM - Tap the Tomorrow radio button, tap the Time of Event field and in the Time Digits Pad, tap 1,1,3,0 and then Done.
Specific date at 3:30 PM - Tap the Date radio button and the Event Date button will appear prefilled with the day after tomorrow. Tap the Event Date button to enter a specific date. Tap the Time of Event field and in the Time Digits Pad, tap 3,3,0,AM/PM and then Done.
A typical stop watch, or countup timer, for timing a race and marking split times. Tap the Start button when the racer starts, tap the Lap/Split button to mark laps/splits within the race, and then tap the Stop button when the racer crosses the finish line. Tapping the Elapsed Time field when a race is stopped gives the choice to Continue as if never stopped or Start as if paused. Continue would be used if the Stop button was accidentally tapped.
Multi Timers shows multiple active countdown, countup and event timers at the same time. You can create new timers or add timers from Saved Timers. This activity is useful for monitoring the progress of an entire meal or a crazy day of appointment and errands entered from the Calendar Events activity. To quickly change the duration of a countdown timer, tap the image in the top left to activate Duration Digits Pad.
Multi Stop Watch is a stop watch for keeping track of multiple participants in a race. After participants are added, start the race by tapping the Start button. During the race tap the Lap/Split button for each participant as they complete a lap/split. Tap the participant name to view the current laps/splits for the participant when the race is active. The race is over for each participant when the number of laps/splits for the event are reached. Tap the time to stop and reset the event. If the event is accidentally stopped, it can be continued by tapping the time and then tapping Continue. Tap the Sort icon to the left of the time to sort the participants by Name or Order. Tap the "+" icon to the right of the time to add participants. Participants not in the race are shown.
This screen contains a the list of currently configured sequence timers. Tapping on a timer will open the Sequence Timer activity.
A series timers that start and stop in sequential order automatically, and sets of timers can be repeated using repeat loops. For example: A workout consisting of a 2 minute warm up and 4 sets of sit-ups, pull-ups, and push-ups, each performed for 30 seconds. This would be a single 2 minute warm up timer followed by a loop of 3 timers repeated 4 times. Tap Start to start the sequence timers. As each timer is started you are notified with "Begin Timer Name". Tap Stop to pause the sequence timers and then Start to resume or Reset to reset all timers.
A basic digital clock that works in portrait or landscape mode. The clock is also the recipient of all alarm notifications and contains the snooze and dismiss alarm buttons. The next 2 alarms are shown on the bottom and can be activated/deactivated by tapping their checkbox. The alarms shown are always the next 2 to expire, so when one is activated/deactivated the 2 alarms shown may change.
A list of all alarms, both active and inactive. Tap the plus icon in the button bar to create a new alarm. Tap the sort icon in the button bar to sort the alarms by Name or Time Remaining. Tap the 'X' icon in the button bar to remove multiple alarms. Edit the alarm by tapping the name of the alarm and activate/deactivate the alarm by tapping the checkbox for the alarm.
Create, edit, and remove timer descriptions. A timer description contains a name, a duration, notification attributes, and the group(s) this timer belongs to. Timers can be assigned to user specific groups and then added to Multi Timers when needed. Tap a timer description to edit using Edit Timer .
Add, edit and remove participants. Participants can then be added to Timed Events.
Create, edit and remove Timed Events for use in Competitions. Timed Events are organized in groups such as Running or Swimming or any other user created group. Tap the event to edit the name and number of splits in the event.
Create, edit, and remove Competitions which are composed of Timed Events. Example: The Competition is "County Track Meet" and the Timed Events are 400 Meters, 800 Meters, 1500 Meters and 3000 Meters. Tap the Competition to go to the Competition Activity.
This shows a list of timed events for the competition. Tapping on an event will send you to Timed Event.
A list of all of the events in the selected User's Calendar that are within the "Look Backward" and "Look Forward" settings for Calendar Events. Events in the past have a light grey background, today's events have a white background, events in the future have a light green background. Tap an event to see the begin time, end time, length, time until, location, and description.
A list of all active timers, alarms and stopwatches. For brevity in this help file, whenever a Timer is mentioned, it can refer to a countup timer, a countdown timer, an event timer, or a stopwatch. Tap a timer to go to its owner. The owner of the timer is the activity where the timer is currently active
The Duration Digits Pad is used to enter a duration in hours, minutes and seconds. When first activated, the duration is set to all zeros and as digits are tapped they are entered from the right. The Minutes button is shorthand for tapping "0,0,Done", which takes the current digits entered, append 2 zeros and exits Duration Digits Pad.
This makes entering whole minute durations very easy. Typical usage: For entering an exact number of minutes for the timer, tap the correct digits and then Tap the Minutes button which will append a 00 and exit the view. For entering hours, minutes, seconds tap 5 to 6 digits and then tap the Done button. For entering minutes, seconds tap 3 to 4 digits and then tap the Done button.
Enter the time of day using the digits and then tap AM PM to toggle the AM/PM setting. To set the alarm for 6:45 PM, tap 6,4,5,AM/PM and then Done. Reset will set the time back to all zeros. Del is used to delete the last entered digit. If an invalid time is entered, the user is notified on exit and the previous time will be restored.