A simple yet powerful repeating timer to help you work and relax. Easily configure the timer with: - duration - how long the timer will run for each repeat - repeat count - how many times the timer will repeat Then, you can leave the app open to see the timer countdown, or close the app and you will receive a notification for each repetition. Features: - Home screen widgets - Quick entry with common timer options - Notifications so you can continue with other tasks - Apple Watch® companion app with dynamic complication support Perfect for: - Cooking when you need to turn something every x minutes - Gym workouts on the circuit or HIIT - Reminders to stand and stretch at work - Reminders to drink water - Focus on work or study with planned breaks - Repetitive tasks like watering plants for a set time each - Reminders to look away from the computer screen at work
Pros++ + Nice ui + Nice icon + Looks like it’s capable of infinite timers + option for repeat timer sound and ending timer sound + couple of nice ring tones to choose from (My favorites are Bling, Eliza, and Wizzle) Cons— - Currently the max amount of times that a timer can repeat is 200 times. Then the timer wont repeat again until it is manually restarted. - Hard to distinguish between multiple timers - Very tedious to delete other timers one by one -will not vibrate if screen is locked. Tried it with do not disturb off, low battery power off and it still wouldn't vibrate. 😞 - These ringtones are obnoxious: 1) Boxing bells 2) Buzzer 3) Carbon 4) Dose Vader 5) Evolution 6) Horsey What were you thinking? Who would want to listen to horsey on repeat? 🙈🙉 Advice to devs $$$ I think the app would be awesome If it had $$$ an infinite loop $$ repeat on certain days or on a schedule $ pauses between timers $ less obnoxious ringtones $$$ more non obnoxious ringtones $$$ distinguish between timers with different colors? Or titles?
After update to iOS 13, the app closes after each interval (eg if you ask for four 30-second intervals, the app closes every 30 seconds). The app is still running, and it gives a notification that the interval is done, but I want to see the timer until the whole sequence is complete. Update: Developer is on the ball, and fixed the problem very quickly. This app is easy to use, simple, no unnecessary complications. I tried several similar apps, this is the best. My only suggestion is to have alternating time intervals. For example, I would like to exercise for one minute intervals with 10 seconds rest in between the exercise intervals. On the other hand, that might make the interface too complicated. Either way, it’s very useful for doing my timed physical therapy exercises.
I use the apple watch app mostly but it doesn't work as nice as the phone app im not sure why but sometimes maybe i miss the notifications i guess its because the watch goes to sleep so quickly but if that could be fixed would be even awesome.
Very simple interface which is super easy to use. I use it when cooking and doing my exercises, works a treat. Would be nice if it showed the total duration a timer would go for somewhere not just the current repeat interval but other than that its solid.
I don’t mind paying for apps. If the price to purchase the app had been $2 I would have paid for it and been happy. As a developer, you need to be up front with your customers as to what’s in the free version, and what’s in the paid version. In the free version of this app, you can repeat up to every 4 minutes, up to 6 times. Anything more than that is on the paid version. Unfortunately I do not support apps that try and hide the pay wall.
Developed by Ricardo Santos.
Repeat Timer is ranking in Productivity & Utilities
Last update was at Noneand the current version is 2.8.4.
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