You will create a shot timer that works on Android devices. It should support all versions of Android 2.0+. This must be done in Eclipse.
You will create an Android application that functions as a shot timer. You
**MUST** have access to an Android device in order to function test the app before submission.
You may read more about a shot timer at [url removed, login to view] (it is for iOS devices, you are basically cloning this with some modifications).
A shot timer is used in shooting sports to time users during their course of fire. The shot timer displays the elapsed time and the split time for every shot fired, and even allows you to email results for later analysis. Using the start delay option, you can easily train alone or enable the Par Time mode and try to beat the clock.
There are two options to start the timer, 1) "instant" and 2) "par time".
**Instant** this starts with the user pressing the start button on the screen and the time instantly starts and a buzzer sound is played on the speakerphone.
**Par time** this starts with the user pressing the start button on the screen and a random time (1-4 seconds) counts down before playing a buzzer sound (but the user isn't shown the amount of par time).
The buzzer MP3 sound will be provided to you in two different MP3 formats. An options screen will allow the user to choose between which buzzer they wish to use. You will be provided with both MP3 files.
The options screen will also have a microphone sensitivity adjustment so that it can be modified to fit the user's needs (more or less sensitive).
**The user must be able to "Save Data" on a string of shots and that may be sent as e-mail including the elapsed time and total number of shots as well as time/date.
You will be provided with mock-up design (PNG image) of how the app should look as well as graphics for the functionality (PNG image) upon bid acceptance.