The App Gate presents this elegant chronograph featuring stopwatch functionality with both digital and analog display. Time can be recorded to one hundredth of a second accuracy using the simple and responsive controls.
Free or Paid
Apple Watch Support
Device(s) App Was Tested On
This is a single screen app, where the screen is split into 3 main areas.
At the top of the screen is the digital timer. This is read fully and correctly by VoiceOver. The only thing to bear in mind is that if the timer is running, a couple more seconds will have elapsed by the time VoiceOver finishes reading out the time.
The main area of the screen is dominated by a large chronograph-style clock face showing the actual time. This is not read by VoiceOver. However, when swiping through this area of the screen VoiceOver will announce an unlablled button (more on this in a moment) and a text filed that is read as "20 dimmed". I have no idea what the latter is referring to, and no amount of tapping appears to achieve anything.
At the bottom of the screen are three large buttons. The first is to start or stop the timer. There is an issue with this button. If you double tap on it to start the timer, and then single tap on it VoiceOver correctly reads its label as "Stop". However, if you swipe through the button, it is read as "Start".
The second button is "Reset", which works as expected. The final button is "Hide". When double tapped this will hide the digital timer and the three buttons, leaving just the chronograph clock. Double tapping anywhere on the screen will unhide these elements. This, presumably, is the function of the unlabelled button mentioned earlier.
VoiceOver reads most page elements.
Most buttons are clearly labeled.
There are some accessibility issues with this app, but it can still be used if you are willing to tolerate these issues and learn how to work around them.