Quick Look: KitchenPad Timer
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In this Quick Look, we’re highlighting KitchenPad Timer. The developer describes KitchenPad Timer as follows: Take back control of meal time with the all new KitchenPad Timer. This visual kitchen timer that can be used to manage multiple cook times for your stove-top and oven. The convenient timer displays give you all the critical timer info at-a-glance. Never lose track of a dish you are preparing ever again!

Read on for more information and screenshots!

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KitchenPad Timer

About the App

Here are the top five features you can expect to see in the latest version:

  • Stunning, simple and elegant design with easy to use controls! Set, start & pause timers with ease.
  • Set up to 9 timers at once (5 stove-top and 4 oven timers)
  • Timer displays tell you what’s on the stove or in the oven, how much time left and the temperature or heat setting. Stove-top timers have heat settings from low to high, and with oven timers you can choose from fahrenheit, celsius, and by popular demand gas mark.
  • Audio alerts with local & push notifications when timers complete even if the app is running in the background. Select from our list of 15 alert sounds
  • Ability to save your favorite timers! Easily recall them later when making your favorite dishes.

Requirements: Compatible with iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad. Requires iOS 3.0 or later
Price: $2.99
Developer: Prativo

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  • cjred

    I Love this app + it’s universal.. Though I’m hoping to see feature/options like “Turn Off Sleep Mode” so that i will not always swipe and unlock just to see the timer and the App icon to remove the text :p

    • http://www.koronos.com Patrick Van Roey

      Have a look on my apps of april 2010 : the koronos timer, designed by Thomas Valcke in 2008. Try to found the differences. Tks The inventor. (Universal Patent pending since 2009)

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