Developer: TamÃ¡s GÃ¡l
Current Version: 2.0.1
Last Updated: 3 years ago
Download Size: 379.5 KB - Download
ChronoSlider Lite provides a super fast way to help you manage alarms and timers with a single mouse click on a unique user interface.
Set an alarm or timer by sliding your mouse across the screen and click once to confirm.
The full version, which is also available on the Mac AppStore provides many other featres:
• Custom alarm and timer messages
• Recurring alarms and reminders
• Apple Script support to put your Mac to sleep, pause and resume iTunes etc.
…and more to come!
Added quarter hours and did some performance improvements… I hope you like it!
Many thanks for your awesome feedback : )
Most Helpful Reviews
Easily most promising timer app - This is easily the most promising timer application I've tried out. I fount it a little unclear from the documentation exactly how it worked. You can setup a hotkey that will activate creating a timer event. Then you slide the mouse left and right on the screen which will decrease or increase the amount of time that you want a timer to run for. Click and the timer is setup. It really could hardly be any easier to. Its even possible to set a timer to go off at a specific time of day, within 24 hrs of the current time. The paid version offers some additional features that are probably well worth it, but the free app is not crippled in any way that will make it any less useful for people who just need a good timer app. The developer seems to be pretty responsive to input on features of the application and I eagerly wait to see the development of this app to see if it'll resolve some of the annoyances that keep it from being perfect. If you need a timer app, you really need to try this out! Then go to his website and provide feedback on features.
weird - Just downloaded it and launched the app, then it closed and now im trying to open it again and it wont work….weird
More Reviews for Current Version
Not so good - When you start it, it is cool and the UI is excellent. However, if you used it for a while then suddenly it takes half of the memory and 160% of the CPU. Had to kill it from the terminal or Activity monitor.