A universal type of timer, the total duration of which consists of pre-configured sequential time intervals.


Default interval timer view

Default view / Reset timer / Dark theme

Interval timer with label and icon added

Label and icon added

Zoomed in interval timer

Magnified view

Interval timer in the Single View mode

Single view

Running interval timer

Running time

Paused interval timer, paused interval

Paused timer

Interval timer view in light theme

Light theme

Interval timer in blue theme

Blue theme


All timer settings can be divided into 4 visual blocks: setting up the visual part of the timer, setting time units and alerts, setting intervals and interval groups, and other timer functions.


1. The button to close the timer settings page and cancel all changes made in the timer settings.

2. The title of the page showing the name of the timer.

3. The "Done" button confirms the safety of all changes in the timer settings.

4. A set of color palettes. The selected color is marked with a dot in the center of the color.

5. Color Palette Settings button – How to change the color

6. Button for opening the search page and selecting timer icons – How to add your own icons

7. The name / label of the timer.

8. Pointer to select the desired color. The pointer moves after the finger.

9. The button used to display the currently selected color and add it to the timer palette.

10. The current color set of the timer palette. 

11. The button to cancel changes and close the color palette settings window.

12. The button for saving changes in the timer palette settings.

13. The color moved from the color set to the palette field for further deletion.

14. The sigh that indicates about the deletion process.

15. Moving a color from the color set to the deletion area.

16. The button to return to the main timer settings page.

17. Page title.

18. The keyword input field for searching for the relevant icon.

19. The button to clear the search field.

20. The icon that is selected to remove the timer icon.

21. A set of icons.


1. The item pops up the time units window.

2. The item contains settings for ways to notify about the timer end.

3. Enabling and disabling the timer autocompletion function after it is completed. When the function is enabled, the timer starts automatically immediately after completion. The timer restart process continues until the user resets the timer using the control buttons that are in the notification or directly in the running application.

4. Parameters for displaying the timer duration on the timer.

Important note: On the time setting keyboard, the Days and Hours buttons become locked when the user chooses to show 'Hours, Minutes, Seconds' and 'Minutes and Seconds', respectively.

5. The button to return to the main timer settings page.

6. Page title.

7. A button to play the configured timer alert method.

8. The item of choosing the method of alerting.

9. Timer completion warning function.

10. The item contains options for setting the timer completion notification repeat function.

11. A set of thematic audio tones. 

12. Voice alerting function settings.

13. Selecting vibration as a timer alert.

14. Disable all timer alerts.

15. The button to return to the alert settings page.

16. Page title.

17. A set of sound tones. The selected tone is marked with a check mark to the right of the tone name.

18. The button that looks like a mic to record any external sound for further use as an alert sound.

19. A list of previously created records.

Swipe the record to the left to reveal the Edit and Delete buttons.

20. Button to edit the name of the record.

21. The button for permanently deleting a record from the record list.

22. Enabling / disabling the timer end warning function.

The settings page for notification repetition options after the timer is completed.

23. The option that disables the notification repetition function.

24. The ability to choose the optimal number of additional notifications.

25. Continuous repetition of notifications and alerts for 5 minutes.


1. A checkbox for selecting the interval.

2. Name of the interval.

3. Interval time.

4. A button to move an interval or a group of intervals in the interval list.

5. A checkbox to select a group of intervals.

6. The button for adding a new interval.

The timer interval settings page.

7. The block of settings of the visual part of the interval.

8. Setting the interval time.

9. Setting the alert method and the number of repetitions of the interval.

10. Pop-up window for setting the number of repetitions of the interval. To increase /decrease the number of repetitions, press the corresponding buttons -/+ and then OK.

11. Marked intervals.

12. The button combines the selected intervals and/or groups of intervals into a common group.

13. The button duplicates the selected intervals and/or groups of intervals.

When only a group of intervals is selected, the following buttons appear:

14. The button splits the selected group into separate intervals.

15. The button creates a copy of the selected interval group.

16. The button deletes the marked interval and/or a group of intervals.


17. The section includes a list of commands that can be configured in Siri to control the timer.

18. The section contains all the information about the timer operation.

19. The commands list that can be applied to the countdown timer using Siri.

20. The button for exporting timer history records to a CSV file format.

21. Button for editing the list of timer history entries.

22. The headers of the timer history table is the timer start time.

23. Timer start time in hh:mm:ss format. The time that the timer has counted since the start. The * sign means that the timer was reset before it was fully completed.

24. The total amount of time that the timer has worked for a given date.

A list of tools available for selection to which the current timer type can be changed.

25. The selected current timer type.

26. A warning message - confirmation of timer deletion via timer settings.

The difference between Interval time and Stepped timer

The difference lies in the settings of these timers. The Interval timer has the sound at the end of the timer and each interval has its own sound at the time of start, while the Stepped timer does not require the sound at the end of the timer - each interval has its own alert sound at completion. Also, the Stepped interval timer has a pause between intervals (steps).