Clock of Life (fullscreen) LWP
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First you need to ask yourself what are the most important "things" that you need in life? You could read hundreds of books and you would come up with the same three "things": FRIENDSHIP, HEALTH and WEALTH.
Three buckets in the middle of the screen show the time. Then you have the special four buckets on the sides...
Friendship; this could mean having just friends or having a husband or wife if life within a couple is important to you. You always try hard to have solid relationships and Clock of Life is there to remind you how many weeks are left in the current year to "meet" the "goal" that you have set for yourself on January 1. Remember that New Year resolution? You want/need to make new friends? There is something important you want to do with your spouse this year? You have a limited number of weeks to do it and Clock of Life will remind you every day!
Health; everybody knows how important health is. We have a limited number of years to live on this planet and we need to make the most out of the time that is "given" to us. Although no one can predict when their last day on earth will be, we can know quite precisely at what age we will stop being independent or healthy enough to work or travel. This number is called the "Quality-Life-Expectancy! Even in wealthy countries, there are statistics to prove that more than 50% of the population will live their last 10 years seriously ill. Therefore the well known "life expectancy" number is not a good number to use! One should use instead the Quality-Life-Expectancy number. Clock of Life will show you how many weeks you have left until you reach the year number that you have set in "Settings". We know...scary!!!
Wealth; well like people say, it is better to have some money in the bank than no money at all, right? Clock of Life will record how much money you wish to save every day, for how many years and at what interest rate. You just enter through "Settings" the values that are applicable to your particular case. Again Clock of Life will remind you every day of the commitment that you have made in terms of savings and it is up to you to follow your plan! A little money saved every day goes a long way!
Finally, we added a fourth and special bucket for what we call a "society" goal. The last bucket on the right shows the number of months left in the 21st century. Have you noticed lately that every month we get some very bad news on TV? Whether it is an earthquake or a tornado somewhere in the world, a war or terrorist attack somewhere else, we get a lot of bad news! Clock of Life will basically show you how many such bad news you could witness until the beginning of the 22nd century (which actually starts on 1 January 2101 not 2100), IF you get there of course! Let's hope that we will also witness some real good news once in a while! We need it!
That's it, now YOU need to KEEP a close EYE on your four BUCKETS and remember that life is short... You need to look at each day as if it was your last one!
For the meaning of the abbreviations under the buckets, please visit our website (the text would not fit here!).
The buckets or pipes like some people call them were designed to allow for the nice placement of several app icons around them without interference. You can clearly see this in the screenshots above.
There is some nice and minimally invasive animation to "remind" you that time goes by quickly and every minute passing by (buckets getting darker) is gone for good!
Battery consumption was measured on several devices and it is less than 3%. No personal information is shared. In fact this app does NOT access the internet.
You pay a minimal fee for this app and in return you get an app WITHOUT any advertisement!
Disclaimer : Clock of Life cannot be held responsible for bad life and/or financial management practices from users!
This is version 1.1, updated the icon to reflect better what the Live Wallpaper does.
Clock of Life, Live Wallpaper is optimized for the following devices:
Smartphones with a resolution of 720 x 1280 pixels in portrait mode.
7-inch tablets with a resolution of 1024 x 600 or 1280 x 800 pixels in portrait or landscape mode.
10-inch tablets with a resolution of 1280 x 800 pixels in portrait or landscape mode.
Other devices/resolutions are not supported at this time.