Stop it - Use your mobile Java phone as a stopwatch. Range 1 second up to 99 hours. Use keys 1-9 to start,continue or stop Key 0 resets when stopped The counter continues even when the program is interrupted by a phone call
Stopwatch utility. Up to 5 simultaneous stopwatches, each with up to 40 split/lap times. Persistent setting. Simple user interface and plain, simple presentation adapting to screen resolution. Should work on most
Java enabled phones
Up to 5 simultaneous stopwatches each with up to 40 split/lap times and average lap time. Normal timing mode (time from start) and lap timing mode (time from last lap). Can be toggled with * key. Display of best/worst/average lap. Can be toggled with 0 key. Following display modes, can be toggled with # key:
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
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
Tevero Stopwatch - Stopwatch application for mobile phones.
· Up to 9 individual stopwatches each with up to 50 cumulative split and lap times.
· Supports split and lap mode timing (toggled with * key). Split timing shows time since started, lap mode timing shows time since last lap (and split) taken
TimeCard Gold Edition - TimeCard can benefit all companies with staff frequently out of the office or where a recap of the time dedicated to a customer or project needs to be effected at any time and any place without needing a personal computer or Internet access.
TimeCard can split your professional time by customers, projects, tasks or if you want only by customers
TimeLog - Needed an application to keep track of time spent on activities in the day? Perhaps reporting on time spent with clients and tasks or even profiling daily times to better use time? Now you could do so easily with this time log app which runs on a java enabled mobile phone
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