In this article, I have compiled a list of 5 free multi timer iPhone apps. With these iPhone apps, you can set multiple timers and run all of them at once. After a timer goes off, it will notify you by playing an alert sound. Some of the iPhone apps on my list also let you add multiple stopwatches and add recurring timers i.e. timers that repeat themselves after their time is out.
Well, as compared to similar multi timer Android apps these iPhone apps don’t offer a lot timer options like longer duration of timers (up to 999 hours on Android), add notes to the timer, log timer details, and control all timers at once. You will have to pause, reset, etc each timer individually on these iPhone apps. These iPhone multi timer apps are pretty simple in which you can add multiple timers (limited number of timers in some apps) and run all of them at once. These multiple timers remain active even if you close the apps as they run continuously in the background.
Timer+ is a free multi timer iPhone app to set multiple timers at once. On this iPhone app, you can set multiple timers and run them concurrently in the background. You can add a label to recognize which timer is for which task, like, exercise, cooking, nap, etc. In addition to multiple timers, you can also add a stopwatch and a quick timer. You can also set a recurring timer that can repeat up to 64 times. In the pro version of this app, you can even integrate it to Apple Watch.
To add a timer in this app, tap on the “+” button on top of its interface and select the timer options. After that, you can set the timer length or duration in hours-minutes-seconds format. You can set a timer for up to 99 hours 59 minutes 59 seconds (approx 4.5 days). You can also set a sound that will be played as an alert tone after a timer runs out of time. If you wish, you can also set the repeat count for the timer from none to 64 times. When all done, tap on the Save button to add it to the main screen of this app. Now, you can start this timer from the app main screen. Tap on the Start button to make the timer run.
From this app, you can control all the added timers at once. You can start and pause all timers at once. For that, tap on the Edit button and then select the timers. After that, select an option i.e. Start and Pause to start or pause all selected timers.
M Timer is another free iPhone app to set multiple timers on iPhone. From this app, you can add as many multiple timers you want and run all of them at once on your iPhone. These timers will remain active even if you close this app. Apart from that, it gives you the option to control all timers at once. With just a tap on a button, you can start, pause, cancel, and even delete all timers. Believe me, this handy feature is found quite missing on other iPhone apps that I have mentioned here. You can set a timer of up to 999 days 59 hours 59 minutes 59 seconds. In addition to this, you can select a different sound for different timers as well. To add a timer, tap on the “+” button on top and then specify the timer details like length, label, sound, and a background image for the timer (shown on the main interface).
MultiTimer: Advanced Timer for Multiple Timing:
MultiTimer is another free multi timer iPhone app to run multiple timers on iPhone. I really liked the interface of this app as it displays a slider on timers which indicates their remaining time. Apart from that, it adds a one tap functionality to start and pause timers. The only limitation of this iPhone app is that it puts a limit on the number of concurrent timers. On this app, you can run a total of 6 timers at once. It comes with 7 different types of timers that are Countdown, Quick, Pomodoro, Stopwatch, Lap Timer, CountUp, and Interval.
On the main interface of this app, you will see 6 different preset timers. Long tap on any timer to set its type, length, label, and sound. You can set a timer for up to 99 hours 59 seconds 59 seconds. After that, tap on the Done button to save the timer changes. Now, simply tap on it to start the timer. After a timer runs out of time, it alerts you with the preset sound or the sound specified by you. Unlike, the previous app it doesn’t give you the option to batch control timers.
@Timer is another free multi timer iPhone app to set multiple timers. However, you can just add 12 concurrent timers on this app. Apart from that, this app is quite similar to the previous multi-timer iPhone app. All the 12 preset timers are shown on the main screen of this app. You can tap on any timer to start and pause it. It also lets you customize the preset timers as per your preferences. To customize a timer, long tap on it; you will then see a list of options from which you can change the default timer length, sound, and edit label. Before that, make sure you have enabled the Preset option. So, in the same way, you can customize all the preset timers to suit your requirements and run all of them at the same time. However, there is no option to control all timers with a single button i.e. you can’t start, pause, or reset all timers at once. Tap on a timer to start and tap again to pause it.
Timers – Multiple Countdown Timers:
Timers is the last multiple timer iPhone app on my list to set multiple timers on iPhone. It is a pretty simple app and doesn’t provide other advance features like start, pause, reset all timers at once, auto repeat timers, etc. It also doesn’t give you the option to set different alert sounds for timers. It just simply plays a beep after the duration of a timer runs out. To add a timer, tap on the “+” button and then specify the duration of the timer. You can set a timer up to 23 hours 59 minutes 59 seconds. After that, tap on the Start button to start the timer immediately. You can then see the timer on its main interface. As I mentioned, it plays a beep sound after the timer goes off. I really liked the simplicity of this app and will recommend you to check it out if you love simple apps.
In this article, I introduced you to 5 free multi timer iPhone apps. From these apps, you can set multiple timers on iPhone at once. These timers will remain active even if you close the app and will notify you by playing a sound alarm when a timer is out. Some of the iPhone apps on my list limit the number of alarms like MultiTimer (6 timers) and @Timer (12 timers). Apart from these apps, all other iPhone apps let you add as many number of timers you want.