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Tune Your Time With “Make Your Clock”
XDA Member thubalek, has released a beta version of his android app, Make Your Clock. Although, the developer has placed a beta stamp on it, it is well on its way to receiving the final seal of approval, pending user comments and feedback.
This application allows you to perform extensive customization of your clock widget. Included in the app are five customizable templates, available for you tweaking pleasure. Or if you want to start from scratch, go for it! You can choose the color of each object of the clock with the Hue, Saturation & Brightness sliders, change the font face and size, choose special word formating such as Roman Numerals, and even add horizontal and vertical lines. Not only can you choose what object to place on your widget, you can also choose where to place it! Here are some of the objects you have to work with:
- Hour (24 hrs clock): Minute
- Hour (12 hrs clock): Minute
- Year (4 digits)
- Month (number)
- Month (text)
- Day of the Month
- Weekday full
- Hour of the day (24 hrs)
- Hour of the day (12 hrs)
- Minute of the day
Make Your Clock has been confirmed as working on Android 2.1, 2.2 & 2.3 as well as HD2 NAND. If you are looking for a clock widget for your home screen as well as a fun app to mess around with, you have found it!
Origionaly posted by thubalek
Features comming in next a few weeks (some of them are already developed but not turned on):
- … your ideas ….
- Designs sharing over internet
- World Clock Functionality
- Weather forecast
- Battery info
Great things are on their way for this app so visit the original post and start customizing your clock now!
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