Timerapp

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  1. Fantomas318 ツ

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    Hio there!
    I would like to know if there are some kind om timerapp for iPhone. Who work like this: you shall put the carrots in the oven for 30 minutes, after 15 minutes you shall begin to stir every 5:th minute. Are there any kind of timerapp who can do this? I have downloaded "Repeat timer" it warns me every 5:th minute. But how shall i solve the first 15 minutes?
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    //Thanks for the help, Richard.
     
  2. MrMike6by9

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    We just found a freebie called "Timer+" that might serve your needs. There's an in-app purchase to remove ads and another for a sound pack; $0.99 each. It allows for multiple alarms and save by title for reuse. We were looking for an app that includes seconds as an increment. It seems to work. "Free" can be cheap.
    YMMV
     
  3. Fantomas318 ツ

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    Thx!
    I think this will work just fine!
     
  4. chris

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    Plus one on the suggestion of Timer+. It comes from the same development team behind Launcher Center Pro.
     
  5. Ledsteplin

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    I use the timer in the stock clock app. It works great.
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  6. Fantomas318 ツ

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    Hmm... Let's give the ordinary clock app a big applause!
    It can count to 30 and warn me... (>‿ʘ)
    I need and want a little more advance app.
     
  7. Ledsteplin

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    It does 24 hours. The clock timer works great for cooking and such. Mine can be set for 23 hrs 59 minutes. But, yeah, if you need it to remind at odd intervals, you'd need something else. Or reset it each time, which is what I do when I need to turn meat over or something. I just reset the timer. It's not that difficult or time consuming to do.
     
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  8. Ledsteplin

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    Timer+ is good if you have more than one thing going to time.
     
  9. Fantomas318 ツ

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    For sure!
     
  10. MrMike6by9

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    We've used Timer+ for cooking. For example, searing a steak or a chop for say 4 mins, 30 sec. on each side. We set 2 timers, the first for side 1 & the 2nd running at the same time, for twice the duration, for the obverse side. The option to name the timer affords their reuse in the future.
    YMMV
     

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