WatchThisCube 4+

A Puzzle Timer For Your Wrist

Aaron Brannan

    • 5.0 • 10 Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases


WatchThisCube is a Puzzle Timer for your wrist!

Perfect for on the go, without having to carry a timer with you, or when you're in a pinch and need a quick solve or two!

A key feature also includes SOUNDS & HAPTICS for your inspection time! Allowing you to FEEL a tap when you have 7 seconds left, 3 seconds left, and when the timer begins! All without having to take your eyes off the puzzle!

With functionality similar to a traditional stackmat timer, you should be able to take right off with familiar gestures for control! You can even take the watch off of your wrist and set it down on the table, for familiarity!

Tracking times is simple! Stop the timer, and they are saved! That way you know exactly how you did!

WatchThisCube is the best way to quickly and easily make sure you always have your puzzle timer on hand!


What’s New

Version 2.1

This 2.1 Update is a small fix! In addition to the changes in the 2.0 Update:
- Fixed stuttering/pausing of the timer introduced in 2.0
- Increased font size of the scrambles for better readability.

Notes from the 2.0 Update: 

WatchThisCube 2.0 is here with a couple of new features that I know you will love!

- Scrambles!
You can choose from a 2x2, 3x3, 4x4, or 5x5 and a scramble will appear for you! Refresh it if you don't like the one you are given!

- Average Session Time!
At the top of the Times page it will now display your overall average from this session!

I hope you enjoy this latest update! Keep on cubing!

Ratings and Reviews

5.0 out of 5
10 Ratings

10 Ratings

Ethan Waite ,

Great timer

Much than the default stopwatch app for cubing.

Would like to see a feature where you can start/stop the timer totally hands-free with the accelerometer/gyroscope by placing your hands on the table and then stop it by hitting the table again. You could do this by checking for a certain window of low accelerometer/tilt readings to enter the start window, trigger the start when the watch starts moving again, and then check for low tilt/high G force to stop the timer. Then have a setting in-app to tune sensitivity thresholds (on both the start and stop side).

That would make it REALLY stand out and is a feature I would try coding myself if I had the time.

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