Chronotopia Beta 6 – The Ultimate Make Your Own Widget
Fans of the popular mClock widget for Android device customisation may be interested to know that XDA Recognised Developer knoxcoder has released the first beta of the new widget to replace mClock.
Chronotopia Beta 6 currently features:
- Fully editable widget layout and properties
- Export widget as a theme
- Import theme
- Main launcher to edit and created widget (in apps folder)
- Clock, date, battery, shapes
- Custom fonts, colours, gradients, shadows, blur, autosize
- Low battery usage (only updates when screen is on)
- Basic weather
- Custom images
Feature to come include:
- Tap to launch
- More weather features
- Finish theme support
The dev is looking for feedback including bug reporting and suggestions. For more information and to download the beta apk, head on over to the application thread.
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