By Tiny Astronauts UG (haftungsbeschrankt)
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Timer Clock is a simple to use timer utility which perfectly combines a timer with four great features (shutdown, restart, sleep or remind) and a clock in one application.
Have you ever missed an appointment, left your pizza in the oven for too long or forgot other things because you couldn't keep track of time?
Timer Clock will help you managing your time more efficient and never forget about anything again by its simple and clean looking interface. The focus is kept on the most important thing: Your time.
If the remind timer reaches zero, an alert is shown and an alarm signal is played. You can simply toggle between timer and clock functionality without interrupt by clicking on the corresponding icon.
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What's New in Version 1.3
- Updated menu
Upon clicking for a 'New' timer, even for a countdown, the 'hour' portion shows 12 when it should show 00. The countdown timer functions properly but setting it is confusing.
Many other applications continuously update the image in the Dock; Timer Clock does not. It continues to display the time that was on the timer when the title bar was double-clicked to diminish it into the Dock. So the user must click on the Dock icon in order to view the countdown-in-progress. Would be very nice if the countdown was available on the Dock icon.
Not really up to the usual Mac standards.
It is useful but changes in the interface would make this app more professional. The timar is really big for my macbook and it distracts me from concentrating on other projects. Maybe adding the timer to the menu bar or making it a bit smaller would help, a better interface with customisation of colors would make this app prettier. In general the apps does it job but it needs a better interface.
Works as advertised but has a few quirks.
Screenshots tell the story of functionality. However if you like to lock your computer, you're going to run into some trouble. If the application is hidden, it will constantly try to wake up the machine and will trigger the password dialogue. If the applicaiton isn't hidden, you can't even activate blank screen or screensaver long enough to get the password dialogue to pop up in the first place.
- Category: Utilities
- Updated: May 24, 2011
- Version: 1.3
- Size: 0.6 MB
- Languages: English, German
- Seller: Tiny Astronauts UG (haftungsbeschrankt)
- Copyright © 2014 Tiny Astronauts UG (haftungsbeschränkt)
Compatibility: OS X 10.6 or later