Time Calc is an app that allows you to calculate hours and minutes without the need to convert those values into their decimal counterparts.
The iOS version app "Time + Calculator over Hours Minutes and Seconds" is available in the iOS App Store.
***** FEATURES *****
• Time calculation (addition, subtraction, multiplication, division).
• hh:mm and hh:mm:ss.
• Infinite mode and 12/24 hour mode.
• Shortcut key to enter the time of now.
• Ability to copy the result to pasteboard.
• Ability to make the app always-on-top.
***** WHAT USERS SAY *****
"Quick and easy to add a list of hours and minutes. Works with apple extended keyboard, so all calcuations can be done off the keypad with no mousing."
"I do video work and I’m always having to add together run time for segments to get a total run time for a show before it’s put together. This makes it easy."
Adds the ability to make the app always-on-top.
Ratings and Reviews
One Glaring Flaw: No decimal point
This app is fine for addition and subtraction of time intervals, but not for multiplication and division. One can’t enter a decimal point.(That's actually clear from the screenshots.) Without that capability this is hardly a full-fledged calculator.
Can’t see that it really adds time
Try entering time in hours, minutes and seconds-you can’t do it. Instead of 1:03:34 you get 1 034. What good is that? the IOS Time Calc would let you enter time just as I first illustrated 1:03:34. This program will not. It’s useless to those of us in radio and TV work where we have to enter time in hours:minutes: and seconds. Don’t waste your money on this one. I wish they would bring back the IOS Time Calc. It is really wonderful, or at least it was. Under the latest IOS, it just freezes up and won’r do anything. What a loss. I hope somebody will rework IOS Time Calc to work in the newest IOS.
Does what it says
Operates just like a sandard calculator. Easy-peasy. I’d LOVE to have had it when I was editing segments during my years as a public TV producer. Now I use it to time PowerPoint/Keynote presentations. I can’t imagine what a previous reviewer was doing to cause him/her to say it doesn’t calculate.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.