Digital Clock Widget for Android
How about having some new clocks on your Android home screen? XDA member jerryex presents ClockQ widget for your Android devices. Featuring the option to choose between 13 fonts, 4×2 and 2×1 widgets, choose your custom color, add transparency, rotation, scale and shadow effect, among many more. The latest version includes English, Russian, and Czech languages and won´t need you to have a rooted device, working on Android 1.6 and above.
Originally posted by jerryex
Hi, this is my first android widget. It is simple clock widget, but it features with many visual capabilities. Updates will come in near future.
PLEASE FEEL FREE TO WRITE ANY FEEDBACK, TIPS AND WISHES FOR FUTURE VERSIONS.
(NEW) 11.3.2011 – 1.0
– added 6 new fonts
– added 4×2 large widget
– preview in settings is now fixed to the top of the screen
– clock, date and am/pm can now have different colors
– added scaling option (if you rotate your clock, you can scale it down)
– fixed the bug with updating preview
– minor bugfixes
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