Re: App that announces elapsed time

2015-03-17 Thread Graham
Hi, 

When you open the App, at the top left is the settings button. 
In there you can choose whether you want a male or female voice, determine how 
often you need spoken announcements whether you want the timer to count up once 
its counted down, to repeat the count down or just finish after it has counted 
down. 
The done button is situated towards the bottom left of the screen. 

On the main screen when you open the App, near the left edge about a quarter 
way down the screen is a button which increases the count down or count up time 
by one minute. Below this is the decrease button. 
On the righthand side on the same level are the increase and decrease by one 
second buttons. 
Towards the bottom of the screen is the start count down button. 
If you want to stop the timer towards the bottom of the screen is a slider, 
double tap and hold this and slide quickly to the right after hearing three or 
so quick tones. 
On the right you will then have a button that says resume or reset timer. 
I hope this is of some use. 
When I ran on the treadmill I used bluetooth earphones started my music, then 
paused it, went in to the timer and started it counting down then double tapped 
the screen so I could listen to my music. The count down voice is still 
audible. 

Warm regards

Graham

On 17 Mar 2015, at 10:54, Kimber Gardner kimbersinbox1...@gmail.com wrote:

 It looks like audible timer is just what I want. Can you give me some
 tips on how it works?
 
 Thanks
 
 On 3/16/15, Graham grahamnr...@googlemail.com wrote:
 Hi,
 Try  audible timer   I always use it on a treadmill on it fantastic.
 Graham
 
 Sent from my iPad
 
 On 16 Mar 2015, at 19:58, Steve pipeguy...@gmail.com wrote:
 
 Alarmed does that.
 
 - Original Message -
 From: Kimber Gardner
 To: viphone
 Sent: Monday, March 16, 2015 11:56 AM
 Subject: App that announces elapsed time
 
 Hi All,
 
 I'm looking for an app that can be set to announce elapsed time at
 user defined intervals. For example, while running on the treadmill I
 would like to have an app that would announce the elapsed time every
 five minutes. I know there is a stop watch function already on the
 iPhone, but I would like to not have to touch the phone to hear the
 elapsed time.
 
 Is there such an app?
 
 Thanks in advance,
 Kimber
 
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Re: App that announces elapsed time

2015-03-17 Thread Christopher Hallsworth
Ditto. I have Chime Squirrel but not sure if I like it. I prefer voices 
over sounds any day due to my hearing impairment. In fact both would be 
nice but you can't have everything on a whim smile.


On 17/03/2015 19:16, Kimber Gardner wrote:

Thanks for the very thorough description and instructions. It helps a
lot. This app is just what I was looking for.

On 3/17/15, Graham grahamnr...@googlemail.com wrote:

Hi,

When you open the App, at the top left is the settings button.
In there you can choose whether you want a male or female voice, determine
how often you need spoken announcements whether you want the timer to count
up once its counted down, to repeat the count down or just finish after it
has counted down.
The done button is situated towards the bottom left of the screen.

On the main screen when you open the App, near the left edge about a quarter
way down the screen is a button which increases the count down or count up
time by one minute. Below this is the decrease button.
On the righthand side on the same level are the increase and decrease by one
second buttons.
Towards the bottom of the screen is the start count down button.
If you want to stop the timer towards the bottom of the screen is a slider,
double tap and hold this and slide quickly to the right after hearing three
or so quick tones.
On the right you will then have a button that says resume or reset timer.
I hope this is of some use.
When I ran on the treadmill I used bluetooth earphones started my music,
then paused it, went in to the timer and started it counting down then
double tapped the screen so I could listen to my music. The count down voice
is still audible.

Warm regards

Graham

On 17 Mar 2015, at 10:54, Kimber Gardner kimbersinbox1...@gmail.com
wrote:


It looks like audible timer is just what I want. Can you give me some
tips on how it works?

Thanks

On 3/16/15, Graham grahamnr...@googlemail.com wrote:

Hi,
Try  audible timer   I always use it on a treadmill on it fantastic.
Graham

Sent from my iPad


On 16 Mar 2015, at 19:58, Steve pipeguy...@gmail.com wrote:

Alarmed does that.

- Original Message -
From: Kimber Gardner
To: viphone
Sent: Monday, March 16, 2015 11:56 AM
Subject: App that announces elapsed time

Hi All,

I'm looking for an app that can be set to announce elapsed time at
user defined intervals. For example, while running on the treadmill I
would like to have an app that would announce the elapsed time every
five minutes. I know there is a stop watch function already on the
iPhone, but I would like to not have to touch the phone to hear the
elapsed time.

Is there such an app?

Thanks in advance,
Kimber

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Re: App that announces elapsed time

2015-03-17 Thread Kimber Gardner
Thanks for the very thorough description and instructions. It helps a
lot. This app is just what I was looking for.

On 3/17/15, Graham grahamnr...@googlemail.com wrote:
 Hi,

 When you open the App, at the top left is the settings button.
 In there you can choose whether you want a male or female voice, determine
 how often you need spoken announcements whether you want the timer to count
 up once its counted down, to repeat the count down or just finish after it
 has counted down.
 The done button is situated towards the bottom left of the screen.

 On the main screen when you open the App, near the left edge about a quarter
 way down the screen is a button which increases the count down or count up
 time by one minute. Below this is the decrease button.
 On the righthand side on the same level are the increase and decrease by one
 second buttons.
 Towards the bottom of the screen is the start count down button.
 If you want to stop the timer towards the bottom of the screen is a slider,
 double tap and hold this and slide quickly to the right after hearing three
 or so quick tones.
 On the right you will then have a button that says resume or reset timer.
 I hope this is of some use.
 When I ran on the treadmill I used bluetooth earphones started my music,
 then paused it, went in to the timer and started it counting down then
 double tapped the screen so I could listen to my music. The count down voice
 is still audible.

 Warm regards

 Graham

 On 17 Mar 2015, at 10:54, Kimber Gardner kimbersinbox1...@gmail.com
 wrote:

 It looks like audible timer is just what I want. Can you give me some
 tips on how it works?

 Thanks

 On 3/16/15, Graham grahamnr...@googlemail.com wrote:
 Hi,
 Try  audible timer   I always use it on a treadmill on it fantastic.
 Graham

 Sent from my iPad

 On 16 Mar 2015, at 19:58, Steve pipeguy...@gmail.com wrote:

 Alarmed does that.

 - Original Message -
 From: Kimber Gardner
 To: viphone
 Sent: Monday, March 16, 2015 11:56 AM
 Subject: App that announces elapsed time

 Hi All,

 I'm looking for an app that can be set to announce elapsed time at
 user defined intervals. For example, while running on the treadmill I
 would like to have an app that would announce the elapsed time every
 five minutes. I know there is a stop watch function already on the
 iPhone, but I would like to not have to touch the phone to hear the
 elapsed time.

 Is there such an app?

 Thanks in advance,
 Kimber

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Re: App that announces elapsed time

2015-03-16 Thread Graham
Hi,
Try  audible timer   I always use it on a treadmill on it fantastic.
Graham

Sent from my iPad

 On 16 Mar 2015, at 19:58, Steve pipeguy...@gmail.com wrote:
 
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 - Original Message -
 From: Kimber Gardner
 To: viphone
 Sent: Monday, March 16, 2015 11:56 AM
 Subject: App that announces elapsed time
 
 Hi All,
 
 I'm looking for an app that can be set to announce elapsed time at
 user defined intervals. For example, while running on the treadmill I
 would like to have an app that would announce the elapsed time every
 five minutes. I know there is a stop watch function already on the
 iPhone, but I would like to not have to touch the phone to hear the
 elapsed time.
 
 Is there such an app?
 
 Thanks in advance,
 Kimber
 
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RE: App that announces elapsed time

2015-03-16 Thread Blind Treasures
Another very cool timer is called Times Up. It has different voices that
will prompt you at different intervals during the count down and you can
also create your own time limits. It costs $1.00 but I think it is worth it.
Good luck!

 

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Re: App that announces elapsed time

2015-03-16 Thread Alex Hall
Not that I know of, but it seems like something you could build in Workflow 
pretty easily. I haven't tried this, but here are the actions I'd use:

1. Text Input, asking for the interval at which to speak. Set this to accept 
numbers.
2. Set variable, to store the number. Call the variable interval or something 
else meaningful.
3. Set variable, to store the total time. Call it totalTime, and set it to 0.
4. Repeat, setting it to loop a huge amount of times, like 1,000.
5. In the loop, use a Wait action, telling it to wait Interval seconds.
6. A Math action, to add interval to totalTime and set the result to totalTime.
7. A Speak Text action, that speak something like [totalTime] minutes elapsed.

That should do it, and so long as you keep it open while you're doing what you 
want timed, it should work just fine.
 On Mar 16, 2015, at 11:56 AM, Kimber Gardner kimbersinbox1...@gmail.com 
 wrote:
 
 Hi All,
 
 I'm looking for an app that can be set to announce elapsed time at
 user defined intervals. For example, while running on the treadmill I
 would like to have an app that would announce the elapsed time every
 five minutes. I know there is a stop watch function already on the
 iPhone, but I would like to not have to touch the phone to hear the
 elapsed time.
 
 Is there such an app?
 
 Thanks in advance,
 Kimber
 
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Re: App that announces elapsed time

2015-03-16 Thread Ioana Gandrabur
Free version is limited to only 1 variable interval timer. This means you can 
set a training timeer with different lengths of time between chimes. 
The pro version allows you to set and save multiple such interval timers for 
different needs. 

Have not required the upgrade so cannot tell you more about it. 

Best,


Ioana




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 On Mar 16, 2015, at 3:48 PM, Kimberly kimbersinbox1...@gmail.com wrote:
 
 This app looks like it does more or less what i want. But what is the 
 advantage to upgrading to the paid version?
 
 Sent from Kimber's iPhone
 
 On Mar 16, 2015, at 3:08 PM, Ioana Gandrabur igandra...@gmail.com wrote:
 
 Hi, 
 
 Try this app. It's accesible and you can upgrade if you like it.  
 Chime Squirrel - Recurring chime / alarm / timer to help you be more 
 productive by Jernejcic
 https://appsto.re/ca/uIJkH.i
 
 
 
 Sent from my iPhone
 
 On Mar 16, 2015, at 1:30 PM, Alex Hall mehg...@icloud.com wrote:
 
 Not that I know of, but it seems like something you could build in Workflow 
 pretty easily. I haven't tried this, but here are the actions I'd use:
 
 1. Text Input, asking for the interval at which to speak. Set this to 
 accept numbers.
 2. Set variable, to store the number. Call the variable interval or 
 something else meaningful.
 3. Set variable, to store the total time. Call it totalTime, and set it 
 to 0.
 4. Repeat, setting it to loop a huge amount of times, like 1,000.
 5. In the loop, use a Wait action, telling it to wait Interval seconds.
 6. A Math action, to add interval to totalTime and set the result to 
 totalTime.
 7. A Speak Text action, that speak something like [totalTime] minutes 
 elapsed.
 
 That should do it, and so long as you keep it open while you're doing what 
 you want timed, it should work just fine.
 On Mar 16, 2015, at 11:56 AM, Kimber Gardner kimbersinbox1...@gmail.com 
 wrote:
 
 Hi All,
 
 I'm looking for an app that can be set to announce elapsed time at
 user defined intervals. For example, while running on the treadmill I
 would like to have an app that would announce the elapsed time every
 five minutes. I know there is a stop watch function already on the
 iPhone, but I would like to not have to touch the phone to hear the
 elapsed time.
 
 Is there such an app?
 
 Thanks in advance,
 Kimber
 
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Re: App that announces elapsed time

2015-03-16 Thread Ioana Gandrabur
Hi, 

Try this app. It's accesible and you can upgrade if you like it.  
Chime Squirrel - Recurring chime / alarm / timer to help you be more productive 
by Jernejcic
https://appsto.re/ca/uIJkH.i



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 On Mar 16, 2015, at 1:30 PM, Alex Hall mehg...@icloud.com wrote:
 
 Not that I know of, but it seems like something you could build in Workflow 
 pretty easily. I haven't tried this, but here are the actions I'd use:
 
 1. Text Input, asking for the interval at which to speak. Set this to accept 
 numbers.
 2. Set variable, to store the number. Call the variable interval or 
 something else meaningful.
 3. Set variable, to store the total time. Call it totalTime, and set it to 
 0.
 4. Repeat, setting it to loop a huge amount of times, like 1,000.
 5. In the loop, use a Wait action, telling it to wait Interval seconds.
 6. A Math action, to add interval to totalTime and set the result to 
 totalTime.
 7. A Speak Text action, that speak something like [totalTime] minutes 
 elapsed.
 
 That should do it, and so long as you keep it open while you're doing what 
 you want timed, it should work just fine.
 On Mar 16, 2015, at 11:56 AM, Kimber Gardner kimbersinbox1...@gmail.com 
 wrote:
 
 Hi All,
 
 I'm looking for an app that can be set to announce elapsed time at
 user defined intervals. For example, while running on the treadmill I
 would like to have an app that would announce the elapsed time every
 five minutes. I know there is a stop watch function already on the
 iPhone, but I would like to not have to touch the phone to hear the
 elapsed time.
 
 Is there such an app?
 
 Thanks in advance,
 Kimber
 
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Re: App that announces elapsed time

2015-03-16 Thread Steve
Alarmed does that.

- Original Message - 
From: Kimber Gardner 
To: viphone 
Sent: Monday, March 16, 2015 11:56 AM
Subject: App that announces elapsed time


Hi All,

I'm looking for an app that can be set to announce elapsed time at
user defined intervals. For example, while running on the treadmill I
would like to have an app that would announce the elapsed time every
five minutes. I know there is a stop watch function already on the
iPhone, but I would like to not have to touch the phone to hear the
elapsed time.

Is there such an app?

Thanks in advance,
Kimber

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Re: App that announces elapsed time

2015-03-16 Thread Kimberly
This app looks like it does more or less what i want. But what is the advantage 
to upgrading to the paid version?

Sent from Kimber's iPhone

 On Mar 16, 2015, at 3:08 PM, Ioana Gandrabur igandra...@gmail.com wrote:
 
 Hi, 
 
 Try this app. It's accesible and you can upgrade if you like it.  
 Chime Squirrel - Recurring chime / alarm / timer to help you be more 
 productive by Jernejcic
 https://appsto.re/ca/uIJkH.i
 
 
 
 Sent from my iPhone
 
 On Mar 16, 2015, at 1:30 PM, Alex Hall mehg...@icloud.com wrote:
 
 Not that I know of, but it seems like something you could build in Workflow 
 pretty easily. I haven't tried this, but here are the actions I'd use:
 
 1. Text Input, asking for the interval at which to speak. Set this to accept 
 numbers.
 2. Set variable, to store the number. Call the variable interval or 
 something else meaningful.
 3. Set variable, to store the total time. Call it totalTime, and set it to 
 0.
 4. Repeat, setting it to loop a huge amount of times, like 1,000.
 5. In the loop, use a Wait action, telling it to wait Interval seconds.
 6. A Math action, to add interval to totalTime and set the result to 
 totalTime.
 7. A Speak Text action, that speak something like [totalTime] minutes 
 elapsed.
 
 That should do it, and so long as you keep it open while you're doing what 
 you want timed, it should work just fine.
 On Mar 16, 2015, at 11:56 AM, Kimber Gardner kimbersinbox1...@gmail.com 
 wrote:
 
 Hi All,
 
 I'm looking for an app that can be set to announce elapsed time at
 user defined intervals. For example, while running on the treadmill I
 would like to have an app that would announce the elapsed time every
 five minutes. I know there is a stop watch function already on the
 iPhone, but I would like to not have to touch the phone to hear the
 elapsed time.
 
 Is there such an app?
 
 Thanks in advance,
 Kimber
 
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