egzthunder1 · Feb 20, 2011 at 06:00 am

Get a Wrist Watch on your Android Home Screen With Nano Wrist Watch

A long life tradition for many people has always been to use a wrist watch, as being able to tell the time just by looking at their wrist was essential for the everyday routine. Nowadays, people rely a lot on their mobile devices to do this. So, with this in mind, XDA member adam2010 decided to marry both concepts and created a wrist watch for your Android Home Screen. The app looks pretty good and comes in a variety of colors, although the dev has only included red as a download package.

The app should work on all versions of Android, but the dev mentions that Gingerbread roms may have some issues. Please be sure to try this out and leave some feedback for the dev if you like it.

Missed your Wrist Watch? Now you have a new clock design and fancy buttons and new Font!

You can find more information in the application thread.

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