MXTimer is a simple but effective chronometer with two counting modes: forward (stopwatch) - with the ability to time laps and calculate lap deltas in real time
(in-place, real-time, best-lap deltas) and backwards (countdown), with the ability to loop and vibrate to alert you to expired time cycles.
Time functions are unobtrusive (using minimal device functionality) to avoid unnecessary access permissions on your device. For this reason, the app uses vibration
and not sounds. Using sounds requires permissions related to privacy and file access so we designed MXTimer to alert you using vibration instead,
which can be turned off.
The application also allows you to lock it in the foreground; this way your timers keep working preventing the screen from locking but not using background
power or extra battery. You also control whether you want the app to keep your screen on or not.
MXTimer can share time data with your other applications and social networking sites if you desire. You may copy data to the clipboard, email it, tweet it or save it. You may also choose from a variety of built-in themes and colors, font sizes and other options. Overall, the app requires permission to vibrate, save time data to your local device and an internet connection if you wish to share the data online. This is all the application does - no access to your private information, phone or contacts or other sensitive information is needed at all. MXTimer is free and contains no advertisements.
Measure lap times up to 99 hours or count down from 99 hours. Record individual lap times, delta differences and overall times easily. Filter through the results and share them via other applications or social media. Choose from a set of themes and colors and analyze data at any time.
Share options are limited on Windows Phone 8: Windows Phone 8 has less sharing options than Android - this is normal. Generally speaking though, you should be able to see options to share via email or text message (SMS or any other text messaging application installed)
Share options are not showing on Windows Phone 8.1: This is a known issue with Windows Phone 8.1 - we will provide more options as they become available on this OS. As of the current release, share options in Windows 8.1 should match at least the available options under Windows 8
How do I keep the timer on the screen and prevent it from dimming?: Use the KEEP ALIVE option. You may turn that option off at any time. This will prevent the screen from going black and thus, there may be additional draining on your battery. However, this is a normal option to use if you plan to, say, do exercise, and have the device on in front of you.