Download OnTaskTimer - Autism Timer apk 1.1.2 free for Android smartphone

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OnTaskTimer - Autism Timer

Posted by Applied Autism in Education | May 3, 2015 | 8 Comments

Apk file size: 1.3 MB

This app was designed to keep our autism spectrum disordered daughter on task.

Text to speech will announce the time remaining every five minutes. During the last five minutes, text to speech will announce the time remaining every one minute.

This is useful to snap our daughter out of "La La Land", and get her back on task.

This app does not yet use any wakelocks or alarms, but relies on the phone or tablet being always on. This works for us because we have a tablet that is always on mounted to the refrigerator. I may release a version with wakelocks and alarms if the app is popular enough and it is requested enough.

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Whats new

    Fixed bug introduced in last version that broke time of day timers.
    Fixed an additional minor bug.

Applied Autism part of our Education and have average installs from 1000 to 5000. Last Update May 3, 2015. Google play rating is 76.0. Current verison is 1.1.2. Actual size 1.3 MB.

Download ontasktimer-autism-timer.apk 1.3 MB

8 Comments

Seri RTL

Pretty neat. Just what I was looking for.

Diana Baldassarre

Brilliant The best visual timer I have come across.

Rakesh Sharma test

Loved it. Thanks developer. I couldn't find another app that did this!

Jorge Torres

I really liked it, but it had too many bugs to make it practical. For some reason, it kept saying what ever time I set was outside of it's parameters. Also, the app crashes when I turn the phone over to view it in landscape. Other than that, it seems nice. I will check periodically to see if there are any updates that fixes these bugs.

Natalia Stanichevsky

Very helpful visual timer I have ADHD and I've been looking for something like this to help keep me on task. But for those of us who don't have anybody to remember to set the timer, can you guys possibly consider adding a schedule feature where the user can schedule the timer to start automatically at certain times of the day (ex: 1 hour before you have to leave for work on weekdays)?

Ruby J. Scheme

I like the verticality of this coutdown timer but it's not really practical to setup on the go

David Fetter

I'm sure the idea is a good one, but this thing literally crashed both times I used it, and that's not a level of reliability I will put up with.

Becky Bateman

Looks like just what I need but... It really looks like what I want but if my phone tips and tries to go into landscape mode it crashes. So currently isn't useful but if that gets fixed it would be .

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