Multi timer stopwatch
  • Subject and Topic:
    • Teaching - Utilities And Resources
  • Creator: LemonClip
  • Type: App
  • Language: English
  • Platform: Android, iOS
  • Price: Free
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Multi Timer StopWatch

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.jee.timer
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Description:

Multi Timer is a beautifully designed time management app. Multiple timers can be set, independently started and run at the same time. Stopwatch results can be stored.Use Multi Timer for cooking, sports, (dish)machine washing, study, work, gameplay - anything you like.


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Zhiyuan Yang

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  • [Top ten] Useful APP

    I use this app for so many things in my life. I use it with the kids to do five minutes of picking up in every evening in the rooms that they were in. I use it for myself to get chores done, to get myself out the door at the right time. I have 8 alarms set up for different activities.

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    It does freeze up frequently, coming out of grouped timers; or at least the display does. Keep in mind, I have an average of seven (7) timers going at any given time (12 total, with three (containing grouped timers). Yes, needs work, but it's the best I've found thus far.