Sunday, June 17, 2007

Stopwatch - Free Java (J2ME) MIDlets for mobiles

Stopwatch - Free Java (J2ME) MIDlets for mobilesStopwatch - Free Java (J2ME) MIDlets for mobiles
Features:

  • Up to 5 individual stopwatches each with up to 40 cumulative split and lap times.
  • Supports split and lap mode timing (toggled with * key). Split timing shows time since started, lap mode timing shows time since last lap (and split) taken.
  • Select to show split, lap, both lap and split or time only (toggled with # key). Notice that both lap and split can only be shown at the same time if screen width supports it.

  • Shows average, best or worst lap when displaying laps (toggled with 0 key).Stopwatch up to max 999 hours 59 minutes 59.99 seconds with 1/100 of a second accuracy.
  • Persistent saving of data and mode for all stopwatch instances (but avoiding saving for a stopwatch instance in reset state, which probably is the most common thing).
  • Simple key interface with what I believe is convenient use of the keys for fast and accurate use. Based on assumption that most common use is start/stop/reset. Can be used with joystick/soft buttons and/or numeric keypad.
  • Stopwatch will "keep" running even if closing the Java application when running. Saves battery if required to run the stopwatch for a long time.
  • Designed with low CPU/power usage in mind. That is, update to display (which is the main CPU intensive activity) is only done as required by state of shown stopwatch instance.
Download:
MIDP 2.0 Stopwatch rev. 1.1:
JAR/JAD zipped:. stopwatch11midp2.zip mirror
JAR only: stopwatch11midp2.jar
MIDP1.0 Stopwatch rev. 1.1:
JAR/JAD zipped:. stopwatch11midp1.zip mirror
JAR only: stopwatch11midp1.jar

(Support device: Nokia: 3230, 3650, 6020, 6800 (MIDP1.0), E61, E70, N70, N73; Sony-Ericsson: K300i; Motorola: A1200, Razr V3, Razr V3X, Razr Z3, SLVR)

13 comments:

Anonymous said...

Thank you for a nice utility! Well done.

Anonymous said...

Very good. Thanks. Would be even better to be able to export data as a text file but still an excellent application.

Anonymous said...

Thanks . Good Blog.

Anonymous said...

Great ! better than the original N73 nokia, now I have a stopwatch ..thanks a lot
Giorgio

Forester said...

How accurate would be that stop watch?

MIck said...

How accurate the stop watch would be?

Andrew said...

2Forester and MIck
How accurate would be that stop watch?
Stopwatch up to max 999 hours 59 minutes 59.99 seconds with 1/100 of a second accuracy

Forester said...

If start and stop of stopwatch are activated by triggering pulse of
1000ms. would the watch always measure the same time, if not how much it will deviate.
In other words how much it is accurate, stable or affected by mobile phone other functions running in background.

Jatin Arora said...

awesome stuff man.. keep up the good work

Anonymous said...

Thank you, exactly what I needed. :)

Anonymous said...

Awesome application! The ones I found on Symbian software sites all cost money and look like they have 5 times less features. This is simple to use yet has many options and is free. Thanks!

Anonymous said...

Terrific app... now I can time the bicycle races!

Anonymous said...

Really nice - I love the efficient UX design (single clicks to do everything).