EUROCOMP today introduces Timing 1.0, a unique new time tracking application for OS X. In contrast to classic time tracking applications, Timing doesn’t require users to manually operate timers. Instead, users’ activities like editing documents, surfing the web, and playing games are tracked automatically and can be easily reviewed at a later time. This avoids inaccurate time logs and the risk of forgetting to start or stop a timer is eliminated.
Kaiser & Kaiser today introduces sprintTimer 1.0 for iPhone 4 and 3Gs, their photo finish app that employs the same techniques used in the Olympics. Start the timer and point the camera towards the finish line. sprintTimer will build an image of narrow slices of the finish line, each representing 0.03 seconds in time. Users can then scroll along the photo to get the time when each competitor crossed the finish line with 0.01 s resolution. The app also includes a motion controlled lap timer.
Chuck Duquette today released SpeechTimes 1.0 for iPad. SpeechTimes is a flexible and versatile presentation timer, allowing total interface customization and management of one or multiple speakers. The app makes it easy to organize group speaking events, cue speakers to wrap up their talk, and will save speech times chronologically in its database. Because SpeechTimes is a blend of timer and database, users are able to save, manage and review speech times.