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Hi XDA! You might have seen my previous apps, PulseFlash, PulseCompass & PulseCalc which was made in the process of learning Android app development. This is once again made for the same reason.

This minimalistic Timer app was made Graphics Designer new to the app development scene, thus it is very clean. I've utilized most of Android's framework, making this app fit right in! The timer runs in the background and a pop-up will notify you when your timer is done, that accompanied by a notification sound and vibration will make sure you don't miss it!



Vibrate - This is needed for the app to vibrate when the time has ran out.
Media Volume - This is needed for the app to make a sound when the time has ran out.
Post notification - A notification is created so that you can go back to the application to cancel or edit your timer.



jfeinstein10 for his amazing SlidingMenu library.
A lot of folks over at Stackoverflow.
@SpaceCaker who is my personal Android Wikipedia, didn't help me in this case, but awesome guy anyway.



The main source code is available at my Github, I did not share the graphics, nor styling files. Feel free to use the code, but please do not recreate my app, or something very similar and then share it publicly.





Please do not mirror - I'd like to track my downloads



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btw it seems you attached the calc

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Omw lol! To many hours up

 

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