February 23, 2012 in Utilities (E)
[prMac.com] New York, New York - Enthusiastically welcomed by users and critics alike since last November, Repeat Timer Pro has recently taken the spot light thanks to a detailed and beautifully presented behind-the-scenes case study published by developer Artem Lapitski, who provides a rare insight into the creative processes that go into creating and marketing an iPhone App.
Repeat Timer Pro is a simple yet versatile timer utility app with execution and polish rarely seen at the App Store. Wrapped in a beautiful interface and tasteful sound effects is a universal timer app with a secondary interval timer and repeat settings - functionality that makes it the perfect timer for virtually any application. Priced at $1.99, Repeat Timer Pro offers great value for its 20,000+ users who use the app for their daily tasks at home, at work and at the gym.
Today Repeat Timer Free arrives at the App Store. This fully-functional and ad-free version of the app offers a single timer (compared with 3 in the Pro version) and allows users to repeat the timer cycles up to 5 times with a preview of the full selection of the high-quality alert sounds available in the Pro version. Repeat Timer Free includes all of the great features that made the app so popular - a polished interface with intuitive controls, engaging app sound effects, versatile settings and background functionality with custom timer labels used in alert notifications.
Repeat Timer Free is a no-brainer replacement for the stock iOS timer and offers more than many of the paid apps in the category in a perfectly executed product that is a pleasure to use.
Artem Lapitski is an independent interface designer with extensive experience working with clients such as Porsche, Google and HTC. A master of his craft and a perfectionist, Artem's focuses on creating well thought-out and intuitive apps that are practical and a pleasure to use. Copyright (C) 2012 Artem Lapitski. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.