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    Are you fed up of 24 hour days? Wouldn't it be better if we had 10 hour days, each 100 minutes, and 100 seconds? The French invented such as system after The Revolution. They used this system along with Republican Calendar between September 1794 and April 1795 and now you can too.

    Each second 0.865 conventional seconds,
    Each minute 86.4 conventional seconds,
    Each hour 144 conventional minutes.

    Includes Republican Date within app and Republican Time widget and lock screen widget!

    Other features include:
    -Countdown timer
    -Stopwatch

    Lock screen widgets require Android 4.2!

    To find out more about the French Republican Calender check it out on Wikipedia:
    French Republican Calendar

    Users review

    from 41 reviews

    "Great"

    8.6

    Users comments for Decimal Time

    Mehdi Kerioui

    by Mehdi Kerioui

    Dec 03, 2017  |  "Awesome"

    Very nice. But please tell me why the seconds jump directly from 1 to 3 or from 33 to 35?

    Lloyd Samsonite

    by Lloyd Samsonite

    Nov 13, 2017  |  "Good"

    widget doesn't keep time

    Kerioui Mehdi

    by Kerioui Mehdi

    Jul 14, 2017  |  "Great"

    A different way to measure time. I just notice that sometimes two seconds spends instead of one, why? Merci.

    Jack Wilson

    by Jack Wilson

    Mar 21, 2017  |  "Great"

    Great app but it has the potential to include a bit more (like a full calendar, year# etc.) maybe even the rural names of days (raisin,saffron etc.) Love it though.

    Andrew Wetmore

    by Andrew Wetmore

    Jan 20, 2017  |  "OK"

    Widget only updates the time every 10 minutes or so. Opening the app displays correct decimal time but the widget never displays correct time. Otherwise it looks good.

    Ben RUDOLPH

    by Ben RUDOLPH

    Apr 21, 2016  |  "Awesome"

    I guess like metrification, I'll get used to it. Thank you! Any chance you know where I can find a decimal time calculator; like, what's 10pm in decimal time, or 04:71:12 in am/pm time?