Apimac has announced Timer 7.0 (http://www.apimac.com/timer), an update of the freeware stopwatch, alarm clock, countdown and clock utility for Mac OS X (10.4 and higher). The upgrade offers, among other things, support for multiple timers.
The new version offers the: ability to save the state of a timer; the ability to navigate between running timers in full-screen mode using the contextual menu or keyboard’s arrow keys (Pro feature); user interface changes; an various code optimizations and improvements to product stability.
Apimac Timer features include a log (also automatically updated when some event occurs) and tickers that remember user that some timer is running every specific amount of time. Events include the ability to play alarms with your favorite sound, play song files, speak a specific message, or announce the time. The stopwatch lets you specify events occurring after a specific amount of time or events that repeats every specific amount of time. The countdown can be optionally repeated, and the alarm clock can be set for a specific day or repeated daily.
Apimac Timer is freeware, this means that users can freely use it as long as they wish, anyway some users could be interested in buy the Pro version which adds some additional features as emailing the log at a specific interval of time; computer log out, restart and shut down; launching a specific application; executing shell scripts; launching a web address and so on…
Timer is Universal Binary so runs natively on both PowerPC and Intel Macs. It’s also available in a pro edition for US$14.95. Company and site licenses (up to four computers) are available. Version 7.0 is a free update for registered users.