[FREE] Customizable TimePicker Selection Extension

TimePickere Extension

Introducing the TimePickere Extension, a powerful tool that allows you to easily integrate time selection functionality into your Android applications. This extension provides a customizable time picker dialog with options to select hours, minutes, seconds, and milliseconds, making it a valuable addition to your app development toolkit.


With the TimePicker Extension, you can:

  • Set Time: Programmatically set the selected time, including hours, minutes, seconds, and milliseconds.
  • Show Time Picker Dialog: Display a time picker dialog for the user to select a time.
  • Set Maximum Values: Define maximum values for hours, minutes, seconds, and milliseconds.
  • Customize Labels: Set custom labels for hours, minutes, seconds, and milliseconds.
  • Set Button Label: Define the label for the “Set Time” button.
  • Enable/Disable Components: Toggle the availability of hours, minutes, seconds, and milliseconds in the picker.
  • Set Button Icon or Image: Add a custom icon or image to the “Set Time” button.


The TimePicker Extension offers a range of blocks that allow you to implement time selection seamlessly into your app. Here are some key blocks:


You can download the TimePicker Extension AIX file here:
io.timepicker.aix (11.2 KB).

Your support is highly appreciated. If you find this extension valuable and would like to contribute to its development, you can make a donation here.

Example Project

Explore the capabilities of the TimePicker Extension by downloading the example AIA file:
TimePickere.aia (13.2 KB).

If you have any questions or need assistance, feel free to reach out to our community on Telegram.

Hello fellow developers,

Feel free to review the code, make improvements, fix any issues, or extend its functionality. Your contributions and feedback are highly valuable.

You can find the TimePickere.java file at this
TimePickere.java (8.6 KB).

Let’s work together to create a top-notch list manipulation extension for the developer community. If you have any questions or suggestions, don’t hesitate to reach out.


Thank you for your contribution, this looks great…
I’m only wondering, why the name of the extension is TimePickere and not just TimePicker…


Good question! It’s because TimePicker already exists :grinning: