Timer+ Touch HD is an iPhone and iPad utility that will help you keep track of all your daily timer needs. Set one timer for your tea while your dinner timer is counting down. If you’re in need of a reminder to potty train, this app can help with that too.
Timer+ Touch HD is a one-of-a-kind timer app that allows you to set the timer with only two touches. My two-year-old figured this out quickly and was winding the hands around the clock to set the timer. She’d then tap it and it would start counting down. She thought this was a great game, and did it for several minutes before she tired of it and moved on to the next game.
As I was saying, the timer is extremely easy to use. Just slide your clock over to the time you need. If you’re making tea, set it for four minutes. If you’re timing the laundry, set it for an hour and a half. The timer can be set up to 12 hours and 59 minutes, so there are lots of options and uses. I also appreciate that you can set it on the fly so easily. There's no typing or scrolling.
Optimized for New Apple Watch
Timer+ Touch HD is optimized for the new Apple Watch. This means that it is easy to use on your brand-new device or your phone. I don’t have an Apple watch, so I can’t comment on this aspect, but I appreciate that the developers were thinking ahead for the newest technology.
The app is nice to look at with its simplistic design. The screen is simply a clock face that you wind the hand to, then the white gradually takes over the red to indicate how much of your timer has passed. If you need to pause, there’s a pause button, and if you need to start again, then you can hit the recycle button. It's super easy.
Timer+ Touch HD is an iPhone and iPad utility app that is optimized for the Apple watch as well. I appreciate that the developers are thinking ahead to what users will need, but I cannot comment on the functionality on the Apple Watch as I don’t have one. I enjoyed the easy to use app, and even utilized it to teach some time telling with my kids. Overall, it’s a neat app to try, and was even mistaken as a game by my toddler exploring my iPad apps.