Another wish probably not covered by WhenLast code: a decent cooking timer that allows you to save and recall named "scenarios," i.e. various times/titles for "put this veg on," "turn sausages," "put that veg on", "check pans," "Cooked!" etc., with a wide range of alarm sounds built in. I use Big Clock, PocketDoan and Ramen on the Palm - sometimes all together... I've seen plenty of Android timer apps, but none able to save a set of timers in a named group.
rj, this sounds very close to an idea that dc member ewemoa and i have been talking about.. groups of sequenced timers..would love this idea.
I should say that my needs in this area are now covered by two apps, both of which I strongly recommend:
I have paid-for copies of both, and am not up to date on the free ones, but as far as I know, you need the paid-for Jupiter Apps program to gain the ability to save and recall scenarios (but Android apps typically don't cost much). Its UI isn't as determinedly slick a some, but it works, and the "clock face" is clear and bold.
The Millennium Apps one doesn't in fact offer save-and-recall scenarios, but it allows you to set as many timers as you want, check off the tickboxes of the ones you currently need, and set them all off together. That means you can change scenarios quickly, if not quite as conveniently as the Jupiter Apps program. However, Millennium Apps offer is a much more all-round reminder software, and it's the one I use on Android for most recurring and ad hoc
alarms. There are glitches, but it's more than good enough for most purposes. Last time I looked, I thought the author was shooting himself in the foot by offering so much functionality in the free version.