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  • 3.6
    137 total
  • Category: Tools
  • Published by: Minima Software ?
  • Size: 219 KB
  • Supported processors: x64, x86, ARM
  • Language: English (United States)
  • Learn more: Support
  • Notes:
    General bug fixes and enhancements.


Set multiple timers at once! Time by the second, minute or hour. Runs in the background so you’re free to use other apps. Create, label and reuse timers for anything – yoga stretches, timed quizzes, cooking rice, napping, therapeutic treatments or remembering to take your pills. Perfect for busy people, multi-taskers and forgetful folks. Loved by parents, chefs, teachers and students… ========== SUPPORT NOTE 1: Add Timer+ to the list of allowed lock screen apps to ensure that you will get timer notifications on your lock screen. SUPPORT NOTE 2: Timer+ cannot alert you when your computer is asleep because of Windows API restrictions. ========== Timer+ has a sleek, streamlined design that stays out of your way and simplifies daily timed tasks. Download Timer+ to get ahead of your many activities today: * Run multiple timers simultaneously * Extremely easy to use * Beautiful, clean interface * Runs in the background * Times by the second * Just 0.22 MBs – won’t take up a lot of space on your device Use our preset timers, or create your own for any number of timed events. Here’s how people are using Timer+ every single day: * Teachers use it for quizzes, breaks, recess, group work and nap time. * Students use it for practice LSAT exams, science experiments and laundry. (Never find your clothes in a wet pile on the washing machine again.) * Parents use it for everything! Cooking, baking, boiling eggs, steeping tea, pressing coffee. Chore time, playtime, reading time, bath time, time outs. Piano practice, laundry, working out, picking up the kids, meditating and watering the plants. * Bakers save dough rise times separately – for perfectly leavened loaves. * Chefs use it for marinating, basting, broiling, straining – all on time, all at the same time. Great for luncheons, cookoffs and other portable carts! * Athletes time their planks and sets. Beat their best times. And apply ice or heat to pains without overdoing it. * Seniors use Timer+ to remember to take their pills. Mark halfway points during exercise walks. And time the grandkids so they take turns fairly. * Freelancers are now spending only as much time as they quoted on projects! * Developers use Timer+ to remember to look away from the screen every 30 minutes and stretch every hour. * Hairstylists use it to time perms and hair coloring. Aestheticians use it for mani-pedis.


  • Run multiple timers simultaneously
  • Extremely easy to use
  • Runs in the background
  • Beautiful, clean interface
  • Times by the second
  • Just 0.22 MBs – won’t take up a lot of space on your device

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13 February 2016

Worked fine for a couple of days but now it crashes and closes when you press start.


19 May 2015

Function of the timer is ok and nice features with multiple timers. However if you listen to music or Netflix, or anything else while running the timer it is practically useless. When the timer goes off it lowers the volume of the other sounds, but then the timer is super quiet. Kind of defeats the purpose if you are trying to not burn the turkey.


9 May 2015

The app was nice when it first came out, but advertisements on a timer defeats the entire purpose. I'm deleting it and looking elsewhere.


6 February 2015

Every few days I have to uninstall it and reinstall it because it gets into a state where it crashes whenever you press the start button.


2 February 2015



12 January 2015

I use it a lot and sometimes when I start a timer it just crashes. When that is fixed it will be a amazing timer


27 November 2014

The sound has completely quit. No sound to let me know time is up when I'm not near the timer.


22 November 2014

Add multiple timers. Display single countdown timer in large font in center of screen or display multiple timers. Audible alerts. Runs in background.


4 October 2014

I use this for cooking. I like its touch-friendly interface (no keying in numbers) and large numbers. My only gripe is that you have to "make" a new timer if it's a duration you haven't used before. This I annoying when there's a time-sensitive recipe you're trying to make. Other than that, it's a decent app and I recommend it.


31 August 2014

Most of the "Metro" apps I have allow me to put a shortcut on the desktop. I prefer this so I don't have to fill up my taskbar with metro app links. I like the look and functionality of this app , but can't give it a better rating until the developer learns how to include the ability to put a shortcut on the desktop.

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