- Price: $2.99 In Apple Store
- Category: Utilities
- Updated: 2009-01-10
- Current Version: 1.2.1
- Size: 0.20 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: Nuno Fernandes
- Requirements: Compatible with iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad. Requires iOS 2.2 or later
- © 2008 Nuno Apps
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Need to do conversions and calculations of time? Why spend effort when this amazing time calculator can do it all!Calculate hours, minutes and seconds with specific functions. Sensational!Simplify your working life when money means time. If you are…..
Rated 3/5 based on 3 customer reviews.
GP 7 write:
Good app. It does exactly what I want, adds & subtracts time. I would like to know if it can make a sound when a button is pushed. Also, an option to display _:_:_ instead of only _H_M_S would be nice. Thank you.
App works, don't expect any documentation
Alejandro Chaux write:
The app works well enough, but there is no documentation for it. The Nuno Apps web site does not exist anymore. Without the support site, there is no way to figure out what the different options do, for example "Around the clock" and "Tips" (the app does not give you any tips when enabled). You have to clunk around with it for a while until you get the hang of it, but it is clunky. Good news is that the calculations all seem to be right so far.
This app does exactly what it is designed too. Directions are vague but if you spend some time with it, you will get the hang of it.
To the swimmer who wants to time splits, I'm a runner and wanted this to do the same, and calculate pace. You can calculate 100's of a second. In the options, set the display for H:M:S, put decimal place at two. When you input your data, use "0" in the hours, : Xminutes: Xseconds then drop the decimal point, "." then your 100th's. The program adds them in 100's and adds 1 second for 100/100th's.
It looks like this:
Divide your time by the number if laps and you get your pace time, with 100's expressed.
An improvement idea would be to have the ability to calculate clock time. I'd like to figure out if an employee works from 8am and clocks out at 6:30 pm, he/she worked 10hrs 30 minutes, then subtract 8 hours and calculate overtime worked (2:30)
It's is a handy program, the addition of above would be worth the 3 bucks. Otherwise it's slightly overvalued. I'd be completly satisfied if it was 1.99 for the way it is presented now.
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