A simple MM:SS interval clock in the style of a digital swim pace clock with a fullscreen mode. I was doing pushups one day on an interval and wished for a simple pace clock like the one I use for swimming. Hours are not present; Just the unrelenting march of minutes and seconds... pushups and tears.

What’s New

Version 1.7

The dock icon now animates with the current pace clock time.

Ratings and Reviews

3.7 out of 5
3 Ratings

3 Ratings

onyx-4 ,

Nice but has a memory leak

I left the application running for a few days on my desktop and it grew up to over gigabytes of used ram (confirmed in "top" output).
Please fix the memory leak.

I would be nice to have an option to display the hours as well.

adam jansen ,


I really like this app, it’s minimal and performs it’s function well.
However, I wish it had the option to run the clock indefinitely, instead of it resetting at 59:59.
Less importantly, a function to record laps would be nice.

justbuz ,


This is perfect! I use a NordicTrack skier (purchased used, without any electronics), and I needed a good way to track time without wearing a watch or trying to attach something to the skier. I can easily see this clock across the room without my glasses, and that’s exactly what I wanted. I like the “Reset to Zero” option, but I’m even more fond of the “Current Time" option (showing minutes and seconds only) because I can easily time my exercise while also keeping track of the time of day.


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