Download Vibration Clock apk 1.1.4 free for Android smartphone
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You always wanted to know the time without looking at your phone?
Thanks to Vibration Clock you can do this now! Just double click your on/off switch and the time will be signalled by a vibration pattern. So you don't have to look at your phone if you are eg. attending an important business meeting.
If your screen is off just press the on/off switch fast for two times.
Current hours, minutes and fraction of minutes will be signalled seperated by pauses. A number of 0 will be signalled by a very short vibration.
Setting for hours:
- 24 hours: at 8:23 vibrate 8 times, at 15:48 vibrate 15 times
- 12 hours: at 8:23 vibrate 8 times, at 15:48 vibrate 3 times
- Block of 6 hours: at 8:23 vibrate 2 times, at 15:48 vibrate 3 times
- Block of 3 hours: at 8:23 vibrate 2 times, at 15:48 vibrate 1 time very short
Setting for minute:
- Once every 10 minutes: at 8:23 vibrate 2 times, at 15:48 vibrate 4 times
- Once every 15 minutes: at 8:23 vibrate 1 time, at 15:48 vibrate 3 times
Setting for fraction of minute:
These are the missing minutes (0-9 or 0-14 minutes) from setting before.
- Don't vibrate
- Once every minute + Once every 10 minutes: at 8:23 vibrate 3 times, at 15:48 vibrate 8 times
- Once every minute + Once every 15 minutes: at 8:23 vibrate 8 times, at 15:48 vibrate 3 times
- Once every 2 minutes + Once every 10 minutes: at 8:23 vibrate 1 times, at 15:48 vibrate 3 times
- Once every 2 minutes + Once every 15 minutes: at 8:23 vibrate 4 times, at 15:48 vibrate 1 times
Using option "Automatic Vibration" you can enable hourly, half an hour or every quarter of an hour automatic vibration of time.
Disabling "Vibrate Time" will signal the alarm with a short vibrate. You can adjust the speed with the "Speed" setting.
Setting the interval to "Periodic alarm" you can enable a periodic alarm. This e.g. useful to vibrate every 30 seconds while holding a speech. Usually you will also disable "Vibrate time" with this option.
Vibration Clock can be used as a Locale-plugin for apps like Locale, Tasker, Llama and many more.
Morse Clock https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=net.idmobile.vibrationclockmorse is an amateur radio morse clock and can be used to morse time.
v1.1.2: Alarm prefix, periodic alarm and single vibration
v1.1.3: Usage as plugin for Locale, Tasker, Llama etc.
id-mobile part of our Tools and have average installs from 500 to 1000. Last Update June 16, 2015. Google play rating is 92.0. Current verison is 1.1.4. Actual size 103.0 KB.
Useful for periodic notifications I use the app to vibrate the phone every quarter, with the "time pattern". The app does what it advertises. I've one feature-request to the developers. In the automatic vibration mode, please add an option to specify a time period where the vibrations are disabled. A phone that keeps vibrating next to your pillow every fifteen minutes throughout the night is hardly useful. In fact, it sometimes get irritating, and not to mention the unnecessary penalty on the battery. Thanks.
Congratulations on this very simple but powerful idea! The ability to use shortened vibration patterns is already good for hours and quarter hours. I recommend to find a way to encode the time in a shorter form for single minutes: more than four pulses is hard to discern.
Clock Very good.
Great program! Perfect for checking the time in meetings. I really love this app, and swear by it. One feature I'd like to see in the future would be to auto vibe the turning of an hour. Perfect app though!
Does what it says. Does exactly what it says it will. Works perfectly for me. Very ideal for checking the time without even taking my hand out of my pocket. Furthermore, with the right settings it can be of a comparable speed to use this clock versus removing phone from pocket, turning screen on, reading, screen off, and replacing it in your pocket.
Good app I like the app but it's missing some things. A on/off widget would be nice.
Nice app Furthermore, I want to request an app that will vibrate in a designated time(s), it looks like an alarm clock but no ringtones just vibration, Salamat and kudos devs! PS. Should work even on the background.
Great It just lacks the option of different vibration patterns. Maybe a slider to adjust vibration length
12:00 It would be easier to tell the time when it's 12:00 of it vibrates 12 times