Count Easily with Thing Counter App for Android

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Thing Counter App for Android
Thing Counter App for Android

In case you haven’t read one of my previous articles on a review of a powerful calculator app called ClevCalc Calculator, in which I mentioned about the importance of numbers and the effects if numbers wouldn’t be there for us. Speaking of numbers, they are an indispensable part of our lives. Not even a moment would pass without numbers in our daily life. With keeping numbers in mind, today I would like to review an app called Thing Counter.

Thing Counter, as the name itself suggests is a tool that provides you with the ability to count anything you would ever like to count. For example points, packages you would be preparing, laps, people and more.

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All said, let’s take an in-depth look at the app as depicted in the screenshots below.

Thing Counter introduction

Welcome to Thing Counter.
Thing Counter is totally free and it has no advertisements whatsoever.
A nice and simple home screen widget is available.
The developer behind Thing Counter app has spent a lot of time and effort in building the app.
Have fun using the app.

Thing Counter in action

Tap on + or create a widget on the home screen of your device (I’ll come to it in a bit) to add a counter.
Provide a label for the counter and select a colour to personalize the counter. Moreover, tap SHOW ADVANCED SETTINGS to specify the value, reset value, increase and decrease value for the counter. Refer the next screenshot.
I have given a label, selected a colour for the counter. Under ADVANCED SETTINGS, you can specify the values as shown in the screenshot or as I mentioned previously.
The counters I have created. Press + or – to increase or decrease the count respectively.

Tap on a counter to see more.

Tap on a counter from the main screen of the app to see more. Here, you can tap the big counter box to increase the count (tap the – button located on the top right-hand side of the screen to decrease the count). Also, notice the elapsed time since the counter was reset and the time it was reset located at the bottom right and left corner of your screen respectively. Moreover, tap the three-dot button to edit, see statistical info and delete the counter. Refer the next screenshot to see the statistical info.

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To reset, tap the first button from the left (main screen) or the second button (refer the screenshot above) located at the top right-hand side of the screen (the counter is reset to a value you have specified in ADVANCED SETTINGS).

Statistical info on a counter.

Alright, now let’s take a look at the clean home screen widget of the Thing Counter.

Thing Counter home screen widget

Home screen widget of the Thing Counter. It is a very simple and easy to use the widget. To count, just tap the widget. To reset, tap the button located at the bottom right corner of the widget. Also, tap the button located at the top right corner of the widget to jump straight into the app and get more info.

Settings

Tap the gear icon located on the top right-hand side of the screen to access settings.

Various settings to tinker with. Pretty much everything here is self-explanatory.

My thoughts and conclusion

Overall, I feel this is one very useful app to assist you in keeping a check on a lot of items you may be counting. With an intuitive and great user interface, this app provides a great user experience. Moreover, the developer of this app who goes by the name Karuma has put a lot of effort into developing this wonderful and beneficial app for Android. Let’s hope for more exciting features in future updates.

And here you go, tech enthusiasts on my review of an amazing and neat little app. Feel free to chime in the comments section on your take and experience with this app. Download Thing Counter app via the Google Play Store link given below.

Thing Counter
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