So Many Clocks with UltimaTIME
Clock widgets usually have their homes on the home screens of any Android phone, making them a practical and artistic centerpiece. Despite there being a whole range of clock widgets in the Play market, very few gather a variety of designs into one single app for the users to choose from. Luckily, UltimaTIME is here.
Developed by XDA Recognized Developer QuantumFoam and Senior Member CorryRox, UltimaTIME brings together a whole collection of analog clock widgets of various differing styles for Android users to choose from and decorate their home screens with. Given that the free version of UltimaTIME consists of sixty different styles; gamers, movie-goers, and minamalists will surely find something that suits their tastes. The developer has also included a link in the app to request for certain styles. The developer active and responsive in the original thread, so suggestions and feedback are encouraged in thread. UltimaTIME work with Android versions 1.6 and newer. Designs span from simplistic logos such as Android and Nexus, to games including Mario and Angry birds.
A more comprehensive feature list along with more details can be found in the original thread.
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