- Scrambles for all WCA puzzles.
- Puzzle support for all WCA puzzles, 2×2-7×7, Megaminx, Pyraminx, Square-1, and Clock.
- Hold to start or tap to start.
- 15 second countdown.
- Export full session, current, or best average of five or twelve.
- Session saving and restoring between puzzle.
- Arbitrary puzzle profiles.
- Contrasted, minimal interface.
So it’s a port, (ok minimal mode is missing). Same old same old right? Features that are not in iOS:
So FiveTimer for Android is coming really soon. It will have a feature that's not in iOS that will literally rock your sock drawer.
— TWright (@Thrawst) August 11, 2013
- Session exporting. In iOS you can only email the session, in Android you can send the session string to any app that will receive it. My favorite is Dropbox in this instance.
- Drop to stop. Kind of a silly name in retrospect, but if your device you’re timing with is on a table, you can slam the cube down as if you’re timing with a stackmat and the timer will stop. This uses the device’s accelerometer to detect a sudden Z change and stop the timer. I’m really psyched about it. The tweet above was an accidental reference to this. Wait until you see a video, you’ll be wowed I’m sure.
It’s $0.99 on the Google Play Store. I feel like some one is going to complain instantly in their head about the price to which I have this response. It’s a dollar, you pay once, you own it forever, you’ll get all future updates, you can use it whenever you want, you can uninstall and resinstall it indefinitely. Consider for a second the things you buy which cost more and you get much less out of, a candy bar, a soda, a movie ticket. It’s just a dollar. Thanks, I hope you enjoy it.