Rings Digital Weather Clock

Rings Digital Weather Clock


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Rings Android Digital Weather clock widget with Calendar, Time,weather & forecast

Rings Android Digital Weather clock widget,size 4x2

It features:
★ 12 or 24 hour mode
★ Portrait or Landscape mode
★ Color choice for all information displayed on the widget
★ System Information as a pop-up window
★ Shows battery level on the widget
★ Shows Moon phase on the widget that is calculated automatically each day.
★ Current Weather conditions which include:
+Current temperature in Fahrenheit or Celsius
+Feels like Temperature
+Wind speed in Km or miles per hour
★ 2 Weather layouts on clock widget(user selected from configuration screen)
★ 2 Forecast layouts(user selected from configuration screen)
★ 4 Day weather forecast that includes for each day:
+High and Low temperature
+Precipitation percentage
+Weather description
★ Sunrise/Sunset times in either Forecast screens
★ 37 unique weather condition icons
★ Widget hotspots for interaction
+tap battery ring ->return to configuration screen
+tap bottom left widget corner->popup system information window
+tap weather icon->launch forecast screen
+tap top half of time ring->launch anything!(user selected from configuration screen)
+tap lower half of time ring->launch anything!(user selected from configuration screen)

1.On your Android home screen, tap any blank or “empty” area with size 4x2 and hold down your finger.
2.An “Add to Home screen” window will pop up. From that window, tap “Widgets”.
3.You’ll be presented with a list of all the installed Widgets on your Android device.
4.Select the "Rings Digital Weather Clock” to add to your home screen by tapping it.

- "Time frozen/not updating"-> taskiller killed the clock(exclude it from taskillers)
- When phone starts, clock starts in less than a min too.
- "Cannot find/Cannot Open/Cannot Launch"-> read instructions above how to add widgets on your home screen, or step by step instructions in your application drawer.
-ICS widget not there ->restart your phone, and the widget will be in the application drawer,under the tab widgets. Drag and drop the widget on a screen with empty space of 4x2.
ROM users-> make sure the clock is NOT moved on SD card.
Widgets are not supposed to be on SD card. Move it back to the phone storage.

Weather hint: For world destinations with two words in the name, type in the box the words with a plus sign.
For example "Buenos Aires" type "Buenos+Aires",remember the "+" sign -no spaces, don't include the quotes.

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Recently changed in this version

weather locations selector
* support for more devices
* many code improvements
* added moon phases in the forecast screen.
Launch by pressing the moon icon in weather forecast screens
for detailed views on moon-phases for the current day, current
month and the years half and full phases.
* added battery option on the clock
* added Sunrise/Sunset times, Day length and hours left in the forecast screen

Comments and ratings for Rings Digital Weather Clock
  • (26 stars)

    by Tyler Allen on 02/01/2015

    Does not go to home screen when I drag it

  • (26 stars)

    by Troy Close on 02/01/2015


  • (26 stars)

    by ann W-Fitz on 01/01/2015

    There are no settings... It's tiny... You can't see it or adjust

  • (26 stars)

    by Mitchell O'Rourke on 31/12/2014

    I like the idea, with convenient buttons, but weather sucks. I am removing it.

  • (26 stars)

    by Peggy Moltzan on 31/12/2014

    I am happy with this widget. It gives me my info at a glance.

  • (26 stars)

    by Brad Bradsher on 31/12/2014

    Wants to be NY all the time. Galaxy Note 4

  • (26 stars)

    by John Ronciak on 30/12/2014

    So I couldn't figure out why my new Nexus 7 2013 tablet would power off while it was asleep. It did it almost every night but not always. I missed an alarm for a flight because the tablet was powered off. Luckily I still made my flight. On the suggestion from Google support I ran the table in Safe Mode which didn't show the problem. So I started looking at apps and once I stopped and removed

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