One More Clock Widget
10,000 - 50,000 downloads
- Lots of widgets theme
- Weather settings
- Highly customizable
- Nothing special
+ By Xaffron Software
One More Clock Widget includes 60+ dynamic clock widgets for your homescreen
Android clock widgets aren't just clocks anymore. This pack of clock widgets are at the same time battery, time and weather forecaster.
Free version only includes one widget size (4x2). Upgrade to the paid version to unlock the other 8 widget size. It's ad-free in both version, but paid also includes a larger pack of widgets.
This isn't an app but an AppWidget. This means that to launch and configure it you have to long-press homescreen, select widgets and then "One More Clock". From there you can select widget theme, personalize tweak colors and layers, use 12/24h format, assign tap-to-launch action (you can launch apps when tapping the widget), select time zone, weather settings, updating intervals and much more.
In a few words: highly customizable, lots of widgets and plus options as weather and battery. Recommendable.
Battery - Time - Weather!
The full version of OMC supports 11 widget sizes:
5x4/5x2/5x1, 4x4/4x2/4x1, 3x3/3x1, 2x2/2x1 and 1x3.
These widgets are also resizable in the ICS launcher.
email email@example.com for support and suggestions!
Can be set to launch any app via widget click.
All widgets editable on the phone and via JSON.
Tested to work with WidgetLocker.
For those curious about OMC's permissions:
Device & app history:
OMC checks the currently-running app so it can sleep if the launcher is not on top, saving battery.
Required for weather updates.
Writes to OMC's app-storage folder on your "external" storage. This permission is no longer required for KitKat and above, but some custom ROMs still error out without it.
Run at startup:
OMC's clock has to start refreshing once the phone boots.
View network connections:
Full network access:
Used to download clock packs and show latest release notes.
Set an alarm:
Used for the tap-to-launch function to open up your device's alarm screen.
5 new clocks and HD rendering!
*Bugfix: yr.no weather provider failing because of APi deprecation.
*Bugfix: 7Timer weather provider failing because of hosting downtime.
*Bugfix: Blank or non-updating widget contents for some devices due to a non-explicitly-exported provider.
*Themes now stored in the app's private storage space. Themes and backups are now deleted when the app is uninstalled!
The app is not polished enough to be a pay for app
So we all have clock widgets, what makes this one stand out? It's the touch assignment soft-key pad that is with it! Oh sure, there are tons of themes, and near limitless customization of features within this widget, but I probably use the touch assignment keys more than any other function on my phone aside from the power button. The elimination of several steps to open up frequently used programs
Love the app, been using it for quite awhile now. Last couple months though, the clock keeps disappearing from my home screen. Hidden apps tap to launch still works. But no visual. LG G2
Great app for time, date, weather. Have been using since March 2014. Developers maintain the app and keep it up to date.
I used the free version for a couple of years, and recently upgraded to the paid version. I love all the options and looks of the clock.
I have paid version and haven't seen an update since my purchase in early 2013. Since then I've been through the entire KitKat growth and my fav theme, Chrome Rings, has chopped edges. Hey dev, you still alive?