Minutes

Developer: Kenzo Yamaguchi

Current Version: 2.1.0

Last Updated: 1 month ago

Download Size: 6.7 MB - Download

Description:

Minutes is a simple, colorful timer.
It gently reminds you of meaningful moments, like walking your dog, picking up your children from school, or doing work-related tasks.

Just slide the toggle around to set the desired timespan, and Minutes starts counting down.
When the time is up, you will receive a gentle, customizable notification.

This compact tool is a giant guardian of your precious time.

Main features
・Can be set for anywhere from 1 minute to 10 hours
・The interface can be managed via your trackpad
・Works with multiscreen systems
・Optimized for macOS Sierra

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Release Notes:

- Touch Bar compatible. Customizable to your own configuration.
- Added repeat function.
- Fullscreen settings.
- Sound on/off settings.
- Performance improvements.
- Minor issue fixes.

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Most Helpful Reviews

5/5
Version 1.0.2
Review by Integ71

Nice little timer! - I really like the keep on top feature in this little timer. I have it slid into the corner on my screen, out of the way, but clearly visible. I do have two feature requests: 1. I wish I could pause the timer without reseting it. It would be handy for when the phone rings and I have to take a quick break from my work. 2. It could be just a tad smaller, or perhaps resizable. Thanks for your good work on this!

Found helpful by 10 out of 10 people
1/5
Version 1.0.2
Review by Jimmodo

Software no longer runs in Mavericks - I love Minutes, and have relied on it many times, however after running the software since 2011, I am disheartened to see the developer has abandoned the software. After OS X 10.9 was released, I began to see behaviors where i would set the timer, switch over to full screen to work on a keynote document and the alarm would never go off. It turns out many “countdown” timer apps in Maverics have the same issue - they are not properly updating themselves in the background. I have emailed the developer to point this issue out, but since I never heard back from them my only remaining step is to warn others not to use this on OS X 10.9.

Found helpful by 4 out of 4 people