AIM Professional Intel TimingAdd this app to your lists
+ By Lance Foss
Three indicator colors are used: green, yellow and red. Begin in a green state for obvious reasons. The yellow color indicates a certain amount of time has passed and a certain amount of time remains at the time you set. The red color indicates that all allocated time is over. Maximum elapsed time is tracked up to a set time determined by the following formula: (Allotted Time + (Allotted Time *4)). By detailed proprietary visual and programming design, during the last fifteen seconds the background unmistakably flashes between yellow and red.
The AIM Professional Timing programs fit neatly on both smaller smartphone screens and larger tablet screens, so the message gets seen no matter what mobile device you have with you. User inputs are minutes in allotted time, minutes till caution time, seconds in the reporting interval and seconds delay(optional).
Copyright 2012 Lance W. Foss, firstname.lastname@example.org
Copyright 2012 format, function, fit and finish - Lance W. Foss. Intellectual Property Rights secured. Additional AID, AIM(military/police/emergency/medical/security/intel), AIR(research/process), AreInDa(TM), fossworking, Golden Tool(TM), Provisional ID(TM) applications other than this one are found in the Google Play Site and the Apple App Store.
Tags: intel timing.
Version 1.11: Incr Elapsed Time
Version 1.10: AIM Customization
Version 1.02: Wake extend through red
Version 1.01: Wake Lock ID
- WakeLock required. If the phone sleeps or shuts-down in this case while timing, the timer and visuals are not available at-a-glance which defeats the whole purpose, so the phone remains "awake" when you tell this app to run.
- No other explicit mobile device permissions required.