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"Rec StopWatch" is a stopwatch application can also manage measured records.
Labels can be set to the measured time, for example, this application respond to measuring and recording student's 50m running.

You don't need write measured records on paper.After measuring, the rest is just to send e-mail! Treated as direct data recording.
Moreover, because all measured time can be sorted, you can checkwho the shortest recorded.

This is a stopwatch application for athletics and physical education class and circuit racing.

=====Performance features=====
- Digital and analog display
- Simple operation with two buttons
- Comfortable operation with animation and sounds.
- Countdown start function
* countdown time can be changed
- The measured time editing labels
- Time list sorting function
-order the old record
-order the new record
-order short time
-order longest time
-order short lap time
-order longest lap time
-Save and Display a list of past records.
-Send e-mail a list of records.
* You can also email a list of the records kept in the past

- The operation sounds ON/OFF
- Countdown seconds(3, 5, 10 s)

What’s New

Version 3.0

- Adapted to new screen designs of iOS 7 or later
- Save sort state of saved record

Ratings and Reviews

3.0 out of 5
2 Ratings

2 Ratings

Mike_Ship ,

Does not work - email function

The time data is recorded nicely, but it simply does not email the data. Don't buy it.

I will gladly change my review if the flaw is fixed.

mickmcq ,

Beautiful app that is a pleasure to view

I was using the built-in iPhone stopwatch but became annoyed over time that I couldn't easily export my lap times and would lose each set upon the next run.

I selected this app largely on the strength of the beauty of the interface. I searched through the stopwatch apps and were struck by their ugliness. There is little else to distinguish stopwatches except whether they offer lap times / split times and whether they store the information so you can export it. I spend so much time looking at it each week that I thought I might as well have one I enjoy looking at.

Upon use, I was pleasantly surprised at a couple of aspects not mentioned in the developer description. One was that I don't have to email the results after every run. If I stop and start again, the data saved includes one column that keeps numbering from the previous trial and another column that begins numbering again for the new trial. That's quite handy!

The other plus is that, unlike the built-in stopwatch, this is designed in (for me, at least) an intuitive manner. Once I press the "start" button, the digital and analog readouts become active and the upper button takes on the label "lap" while the lower button takes on the label "stop". If I press "stop," that button changes back to "start" but the lap button changes to "done." If I select done, the indicators all reset to zero and any further activity restarts the numbering of the laps for the current trial at 1, while leaving the total laps as is (until I delete them).

Update: the developer long ago fixed the issues I mentioned when I first wrote this!


nagaya yoshinosuke
13.8 MB

Requires iOS 9.1 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.


English, Japanese

Age Rating


  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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