I've been using Hourglass for a few months now and I've questioned myself several times why I ever wasted time with timer apps on Android (or the built-in windows tool called "Alarms & Clock") without looking up better alternatives beforehand. When I've hit the maximum limit of pre-configured timers on the native Windows application, I was annoyed enough to look for alternatives - and I've found it.
Hourglass is FOSS done right: It covers all the features you want from your dedicated timer app, looks sleek and has a dark theme. Thanks to the "smart input" implementation, I've been using this app for basically everything since I don't even have to lift my hands off the keyboard to start a new timer.
Also works as a handy years-to-hours converter.
Joking aside, it does what it's meant to, it's FOSS, and it even has a dark theme.What more could you ask for?
The official website doesn't work!
Unfortunately, Hourglass runs on Windows but not iOS, web, or macOS.
It also doesn't run on my TI calc, but for this reason I don't give it a bad vote. Just because the app doesn't run on all platforms doesn't mean that it is bad and must be downvoted.Think again.
Reply written 23 days ago
Hands down the best timer for Windows I have ever come across. Very well thought out and it looks great.
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