Halo 1 infinty timer
In Halo CE weapons and powerups spawn at set times. This app helps you to keep track of those times.
Simple and energy saving
OLED screens use little energy if the screen is on full black. With no extra buttons or option menus, this app is simple and efficient.
Beeps on half of the minutes (double beep if counting down from 3 minutes) and clear audio cues counting down from 10 to spawn. Done playing? Use the backbutton to exit (and hear what Cortana, John-117 or the Monitor think about that).
Start a few seconds in
The timer can be set to start a view seconds in. This way you can wait until after the loading screen to start your timer, being sure it syncs with the game.
Sync timer during game
Addionally with a few more clicks you add an additional 10 seconds per click, making it possible to sync the timer-app with the in-game-timer in the middle of the game. Forgot to set your timer at the start of game but don't wan't to miss next spawn round? This is what you need.
Portrait & landscape
No place to put your phone in front of you monitor, unless it's in portrait?
This app was made cause the ancient app my teammate insisted on using, kept crashing during our games. The design of this app is based on the app he used to like.
Adding a bit of infinity to it, it always keeps track of time, even when the app is closed. Don't worry about battery life: it saves a timestamp everytime the timer is started. When the app is later opened again that stamp is fetched and time since is calcualted. So no battery is used in the background to make it look the timer is always running. How infinite ago was your previous game?