Creating a new timer
The program gives you the possibility to enter a user-defined message that appears when the time is up, and insert a custom time in seconds or minutes. Plus, you can make the tool speak the message and maximize the main window on launch.
The newly created timer can be exported to ATF file format, provided that you have specified the filename and saving directory. Plus, you may create a shortcut for the timer as well (which can be saved to INK file format).
Working with multiple timers
ADDTimer gives you the possibility to create multiple countdown timers and run them simultaneously. What’s more, you are allowed to start or pause the timer, and reset the information with just one click. Since it doesn’t require much computer knowledge to set up the dedicated parameters, the entire process proves to be nothing more than a child’s play.
Tests have revealed that ADDTimer carries out a task pretty quickly and without errors. It doesn’t eat up a lot of CPU and memory, so the overall performance of the computer is not affected.
All things considered, ADDTimer offers a simple software solution when it comes to helping you generate and run multiple countdown timers simultaneously. On the downside, the app offers support only for user-defined text messages (which can be spoken aloud), so you cannot set up custom audio notifications.
ADDTimer is a simple, easy to use timer app designed to help remind you when a set time is up.
The application allows you to launch multiple instances with different titles and time periods that are based on settings passed to it from an XML file.
- Simple user interface
- XML configuration files passed to timer at command line or shortcut
- Launch multiple timers using multiple configurations
- Speak message upon timer expiration
- Configuration file editor built in