Pace Clock

Developer: DeWeese Consulting

Current Version: 1.7

Last Updated: 3 years ago

Download Size: 309.9 KB - Download

Description:

A simple MM:SS interval clock in the style of a digital swim pace clock with a fullscreen mode. I was doing pushups one day on an interval and wished for a simple pace clock like the one I use for swimming. Hours are not present; Just the unrelenting march of minutes and seconds... pushups and tears.

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Release Notes:

The dock icon now animates with the current pace clock time.

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Most Helpful Reviews

5/5
Version 1.1
Review by craberg

Perfect in its simplicity! - It's exactly what it says it is, and what I need. I don't use it for pushups, but who knows, maybe someday I'll be inspired enough to drop and give the creator 20.

Found helpful by 3 out of 3 people
1/5
Version 1.4
Review by mcilrathmj

No controls - No options to control it.. How does this make since?

Found helpful by 2 out of 9 people

More Reviews for Current Version

5/5
Version 1.7
Review by adam jansen

Great - I really like this app, it’s minimal and performs it’s function well. However, I wish it had the option to run the clock indefinitely, instead of it resetting at 59:59. Less importantly, a function to record laps would be nice.

Found helpful by 0 out of 0 people
5/5
Version 1.7
Review by adam jansen

Great for what it is - I really like this app, it’s minimal and useful. However, I wish it had the option to have clock run indefinitely, instead of resetting at 59:59. and less importantly, a record lap function would be nice.

Found helpful by 0 out of 0 people
4/5
Version 1.7
Review by Tho30

Great diet app - I started using Diet Controller by typing in my height, weight, and age, but I didn’t end there: With categories for food intake, exercise, body measurements (biceps, calves, and the like), the only thing Diet Controller doesn’t control is my emotional state. Oh yes, it does: there’s a Journal section, which presumably allows me to vent after typing in all those measurements. With a few clicks of a button, Diet Controller tells me how many calories I need to eliminate in order to reach a target weight. (The answer: too many.) Although the database is filled with brands like “Kraft Post Toasties,” it comes up short with health-food store fare that I favor, like agave, a honey-like sweetener. For as many foods there are, some groups are surprisingly limited: “peas” yields a plethora of potential choices, like “peas, mature seeds, sprouted, raw.” But none of these take variety into account, like snow peas or black-eyed peas. Diet Controller also has a lot of real-world measurements: coconut meat is broken down into measurements that include “a piece” (2” x 2” x ½”). Diet Controller was satisfying to use. But with daily measurements to take, it’s not exactly foolproof. But if you can write your food intake and measurements down, you’re on your way to the discipline that any diet requires.

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