Download Bariatric Timer apk 1.0 free for Android smartphone

29 Jul
Bariatric Timer

Posted by Amit Farkash in Health & Fitness | July 29, 2014 | 15 Comments

Apk file size: 1.3 MB

Bariatric Timer is an application for people who keep constant time intervals between their meals and drinks or want to keep track of their meals/drinks.
In particular, it is made for people who went through a bariatric surgery and keep a special diet.

The application features two main buttons:

"Drank" - starts a timer until eating is allowed. A local notification will be shot when the time's up.

"Ate" - starts a timer until drinking is allowed. A local notification will be shot when the time's up.
In addition, when the time's up, a second timer for the next meal will start, for which two notifications will later be shot. One is to remind you that you should eat soon (so you can drink) and the other when the time's up to remind you that you should eat.

All time intervals and notification messages can be changed in the 'settings' section.

It is also possible to change the date of an event by pressing the timer. That is in example, if you want to set the date to 3 minutes earlier than the date when the button was in fact clicked, hit the timer and adjust the date.

Finally, the application features a diary for keeping track creating and managing the events. A new event created through the diary will not add any new local notifications. local notifications are assosiated only with events created by the main buttons.

Credits:

Clock icon (main app icon):
Icons Land: http://www.icons-land.com

Reset icon in 'reset' button:
Icons Land: http://www.icons-land.com

Cancel icon in 'cancel' button:
Icons Land: http://www.icons-land.com

Diary icon in 'diary' button:
Artdesigner.lv: http://www.artdesigner.lv

Settings icon in settings button:
Drago: http://ddrago.deviantart.com

Cup icon in 'drank' button and in larger app icon:
Javier Aroche: http://www.javier-aroche.com

Donut icon in 'ate' button' and in larger app icon:
IconBlock: http://www.iconblock.com/

Amit Farkash part of our Health & Fitness and have average installs from 10000 to 50000. Last Update July 29, 2014. Google play rating is 76.0563. Current verison is 1.0. Actual size 1.3 MB.

Download bariatric-timer.apk 1.3 MB

15 Comments

Jan Evsg

Get rid of the donut I like this app and this may sound like nitpicking, but for bariatric people having a donut as the icon to eat I think it's counterproductive. As a new bariatric patient, I would much rather see a healthy food, some type of protein.

Wendy Muretta

Love it 11 months post op I needed help getting refocused, this has really helped. Its basic and easy enough to use.. one thing I would change is the wording on the screen for countdown to time you can eat again .. it says "you got time to eat " which confused me for a moment it should say "until you can eat" but over all just what I need to keep on schedule thanks

Shannon McNamee

Does what I want Very simple app. Works well. Great way to remind myself when I can drink/eat. My only question is..... why are you using a picture of a donut on the meal button? Seems cruel! lol. :-)

ran manela

Like it a lot!

Elizabeth Rudd

use an apple or something else besides a donut... not what wls people wanna see or need to see...

Kristie Jaffe

A Donut? The last thing a bariatric patient should be eating is a Donut.... Might want to rethink that. How about a steak or a broccoli tree?

Suzi Hilll

No donuts please Why does the developer use a donut and a glass of wine as icons on an app that would be extremely helpful to a bariatric patient who cannot or should not eat those things? It would be like a give up smoking app showing someone enjoying a cigarette! very unhelpful to willpower. I would like to see this changed out of respect and support for weight loss patients. Thank you. UPDATE. I emailed the developer who was very understanding and has said they will update soon :-)

Julie Heiner

Archaic & donuts? This is a very archaic app. It gets the job done but it so boring and one dimensional. And the donut is just horrible! Cmon if you've had bariatric surgery there are no donuts in your life!

Mark Howley

Need to adjust timers to 60 minutes Overall this is a decent simple app that does just what it's designed to, however the drinking after a meal timer needs to allow for users to set it to 60 minutes. Currently the maximum value is 45 minutes.

Milly Kohl

?? It really helps me out. I thought I was good, about 2 months post surgery and uninstalled it. Wrong its back installed probly forever!!! Thanks ??

Suzi Hilll

No donuts please Why does the developer use a donut and a glass of wine as icons on an app that would be extremely helpful to a bariatric patient who cannot or should not eat those things? It would be like a give up smoking app showing someone enjoying a cigarette! very unhelpful to willpower. I would like to see this changed out of respect and support for weight loss patients. Thank you. UPDATE. I emailed the developer who was very understanding and has said they will update soon..FEB 2016 & THE DONUT IS STILL THERE!!

Laurie Lee Dovey

I was hoping this app would allow me to put in at least my first meal time then remind me about each meal thereafter, remind me to drink or not. But I have to remember to start the app and put in that first meal when I eat it. Also, I wanted it to remind me to take my supplements. But nothing for that either. For those reasons, it's just OK.

Sasha Doll

It's okay Would be perfect if it has medication reminder on it as well decent, simple app

Tonia Carter

Donuts! Really? I had hoped this app would let me keep track of my water consumption, not show me a darn donut. Like that is some thing a bariatric patient needs or wants on an app! In installing.

Milly Kohl

?? It really helps me out. I thought I was good, about 2 months post surgery and uninstalled it. Wrong its back installed probly forever!!! Thanks ??

Leave A Comment