Desk Clock from Android 4.2 Available for All AOSP JB ROMs
Ever since Google revealed Andriod 4.2 on the 29th of October, many of us have been waiting to get our hands on the goodies introduced in the latest version of Android. Shortly after the announcement of the new Google Nexus 4 and Nexus 10, the goodies started rolling in. It started with the Android 4.2 keyboard, followed by the camera and gallery apps. Now that the Nexus 4 system dump is available, things are only getting started. The latest Android 4.2 app to join the early leaks club is the new Desk Clock and we’re in love with how it looks!
As you can see in the screenshots above, it’s sleek and bold at the same time, with just the right amount of color added to its predominantly grayscale interface to keep it from looking dull. Thanks to XDA Senior Member TheDarkDefender who extracted its APK and shared it with us, you can now install it on your Android device, provided it’s rooted and running a stock/AOSP based version of Android 4.1 or later. (Sorry, no ICS or earlier.)
For the download link and installation instructions, head over to the forum thread and give your Desk Clock app the revamped Android 4.2 look!
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