I got the idea while trying to learn how to do a handstand. I would kick up to a wall, then try to hold myself up for some amount of time. The only problem was, once I was up, I couldn’t start the timer! There was already one voice controlled stopwatch on the Android market, but it used online voice recognition, so was a significant lag between giving your command, and the stopwatch responding.
I decided I needed offline voice recognition to avoid that problem, and to allow you to use the timer when internet wasn’t available.
So anyways, the “Handsfree Stopwatch” (very creative name, right?) uses offline voice recognition to listen for your commands. You can set it to use any word or phrase, as long as it is in English. You can also choose to have an audio cue play at a designated interval, so while you’re up in your handstand you’ll know how much time has passed.
Here are a few screenshots. You can also check it out on the Google Play Store here.