Mac users rejoice. The egg timer has come to the Mac’s Dock. It looks like an egg timer, but digital, and it does something no analog egg time can do.
Multiple Timers In The Dock
My struggle today will be to describe how the DockTimer app works is the maximum allowed number of words for an article. If I got paid by the word, I could go to Starbucks.
DockTimer is exactly what you think it is. It’s a timer. And it lives in the Dock.
It could easily be named Dock Egg Time because DockTimer comes in the shape of a typical twist-and-time egg timer you’d keep in the kitchen.
Click on DockTimer in the Dock and select Preferences from the pop up menu. DockTimer gives you options to display in the Menubar and the Dock, and display the timer window.
What makes DockTime worthy, beyond the obvious ease of use, is that it does multiple timers.
Click the Add button for a new timer. Set the time and give it a name. Repeat as needed. DockTimer can handle multiple timers in the background.
DockTimer can display the timer in the Dock, timer-like.
Click on the Dock icon and the pop up menu gives you options to view Preferences, select a specific timer, stop the timer, and create a quick, temporary timer.
You want more for $1.99? Sorry. That’s all it does. It’s a quick and easy timer that’s easily accessed from the Dock, displays the timer in the Dock, and supports multiple timers.
What’s not to like?