|Free and simple to use kitchen timer and scheduler to cook each part of a meal so they all finish at the same time|
Run a single one-shot timer by adding minutes from a number of presets, or by selecting one of your own preset timers.
Add and deduct 1 minute from the timer for fine adjustment.
Create your own preset timers and assign them to a recognisable name - such as boiling an egg, cooking pasta.
Start the timer and get notified when the timer expires and an alert is sounded.
Pause, resume, advance, and retard the timer while it's running.
When you are cooking a meal that has numerous parts or items, each item usually has a different cooking time. But you want the whole meal to finish cooking at the same time to avoid items being overcooked, or go cold and have to be re-heated. Cooking Timer helps you with this by automatically working out when each item needs to start cooking, and then alerting you, so everything finishes cooking at the same time.
Simply create a meal adding each of the cooking steps with their individual cooking time, and optionally set a start after (delay) and finish before (resting) time.
Then start cooking and all the steps are automatically ordered and listed by when they need to start so they all will finish together.
Get notified when a step is due to start by a flashing arrow next to the item and an alert is sounded.
Optionally pause the cooking timer when the next item due to start.
Pause and resume the cooking timer - useful if you get delayed or distracted.
Advance and retard the cooking times - useful if you miss the start time of an item or just need to allow more cooking time.
Show the cooking timer and each item's start time as a clock (24 or 12hr) or as a counter.