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RC-Timer Pro


RC-Timer Pro
  • Publisher: Leon Wubbe
  • Genre: Sports
  • Released: 5 Nov, 2009
  • Size: 4.9 MB
  • Price: $2.99
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Description

This is the Pro version of the RC-Timer application. It has the same functionality as the Lite version but includes:
- the recorded flights are now stored in a local database for later retrieval
- it is now possible to automatically start the worktime wnen starting the first flight
- the app includes a 'Talking Timer' wich indicates by voice how many minutes/seconds until the end of the worktime

Short manual:

Tap on a volume button to start or stop a flight. Tap 'Start' to start the countdown timer for the Worktime. Tap the Settings button on the down-right corner to edit the duration of the Worktime.

Adjust the volume of the sounds by quitting the App temporarily.

What's New in Version 2.4

- F5J Support. Like F3J but additionally until 30 seconds after launch a count-down timer is spoken to indicate the time the motor may be running
- iOS7 support and therefore a whole new design
- Improved use of the volume buttons for starting the work/flight time:
When the working time is not running, a press on a volume button starts the working time. After the working time has started both buttons start/stop the flight time. One does never stop the working time while in a contest. Both buttons have the same function.
- F3B Support
- When the remaining work time is less than the target time, the target rime will be changed accordingly.

Screenshots

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