AHL Sci-Fi System Clock (Pro)

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    AHL Sci-Fi System Clock (Pro)

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    AHL Sci-Fi System Clock (Pro)'s review

    Published: 2013-10-10, by Peter Warrior.

    A clock designed in sci-fi style

    • No permissions to run
    • As useful as your current clock, if not more
    • Overall, no complaints

    "Science Fiction clock gives Science True time"

    We've said many times that Android is about customization, and if we have to check our phones more than 110 times a day (read that here) you can bet you'll want to have it as you like most. Likewise, since the advent of holo user interfaces, science fiction-like mods are the cutting edge.

    This clock not only is fashionable and has all the options you would expect, it's also kind enough as to not ask for any permission to run, so have for sure you won't find any odd ads or whatever out of place.

    This is the pro version, allowing different colors and helping the developer to work on it further. You can test the free one first if you like.

    Peter Appszoom logo

    by Peter , Appszoom

    Oct 10, 2013

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    Users comments

    Devin Ellenwood

    by Devin Ellenwood

    Mar 24, 2017  |  "Good"

    It could have hex color controls and more features.

    Matt Burrows

    by Matt Burrows

    Feb 11, 2017  |  "Good"

    Got this one because it is digital. Keeps randomly switching to analog. Why?

    Steven Jolley

    by Steven Jolley

    Nov 13, 2016  |  "Awesome"

    Not bad

    Peter Vas

    by Peter Vas

    Sep 08, 2015  |  "Good"


    Andrew Gibbins

    by Andrew Gibbins

    Sep 04, 2015  |  "Awesome"

    Really futuristic clock widget, works brilliantly on a tablet

    Richard C.

    by Richard C.

    Jul 12, 2015  |  "Great"

    This App Is A Good Indicator Of Your Systems Current State. Useful, Somewhat Configurable And Is Actually Pretty Nice. However, It Hogs Memory & Can Slow Your System Down. Dev's, Please Tweek This Issue