Android App – Custom Clock Widget
Custom clock widget is a great widget customizer that allows you to add whatever you want to create your own custom clock. XDA member Unconn developed the widget, it is a great looking and simple widget that has many ways to style it to your liking. It allows you to customize the following features.
Choose your Hands, Face, Ticks, Edge, Numbers, and Shadows (and soon: Glass?). You want a custom clock? You got a custom clock!
In the latest version the following features were added:
- Added buttons to Graphics Chooser.
- Split options for Edge, Face and Shadows.
- Fixed crash on some upgrades.
- Updated more graphics.
- Fixed clocks not saving on reboot.
To go check it out for yourself, go to the discussion thread and download. Please don’t forget to thank the developer and any issues you have with it. Enjoy!
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