TimeManager - It's a little program (Application / Utility) that allow you to keep an eye on the time you spend on some project. It can transmit the durations stored in the mobile device to any e-mail account as an attached file (in CSV format) so you can easy import in in any spreadsheet application (like Excel etc.) you like
Timer for Java - Timer midlet allows to start simultaneously several times. Alarm time can be absolute and relative. It can happen once or with specified period. Different types of notifications are used: vibration, sound, backlight, SMS
Monitor for Java - Monitor is a simple application that allows you to profile your time.
It makes it possible to easily monitor how much time is spent for activites you are doing.
It can be used for monitoring some physical processes as well as your traditional housekeeping activities.
You are able to monitor up to 10 activities
Waitasec - Check your response time: When the traffic light turns red press a key. The result is your response time in milliseconds. Calculates the distance in feet that you would drive during this time at a speed of 30 miles per hour. The demo version does not show response times less than 500 ms
TalkTimer - This is a stopwatch application with BIG NUMBERS. The numbers will adapt to the size of the display in your phone or PDA.
I made this because I had problems reading the digits in the build-in stopwatch in my Sony-Ericsson telephone from a distance
StopWatch3 - Stopwatch with friendly printouts. The full version has a very much better interface plus many other features like history, grading and cutomizable interface, it's available only for 0.5$. You can use your debit card, credit card, paypal account and also some other ways through paypal website
Day and minute time countdowns give advanced warning of birthdays and important calendar events. The overdue feature helps keep watch over any unpaid bills or uncompleted tasks. Version 2 has alarm feature and auto-start