Also, optional circular graphical arrows can be drawn to show the "before" and "after" minutes, seconds, or hours.
Both digital time and "phrase" time (e.g., "10 minutes after 4 o'clock") can be displayed and are dynamically updated while a clock hand is interactively moved/dragged.
Cool Clock was designed for both smart phones and tablet devices.
Please see the Cool Clock web page for full-size screenshots and many more details.
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Note 1: Only the English version is available at this time.
Note 2: Cool Clock requires touch screen devices.
Learning to tell time on a traditional clock is always difficult for a child. This app is designed to go through the steps of telling time from the basics to calculating future times in the most efficient way possible. It is broken into 6 lessons:
Lesson 1 - Telling Time by Hour (1:00, 3:00)
Lesson 2 - Telling Time by Half Hour (1:30, 3:30)
Lesson 3 - Telling Time by Quarter Hour (2:45, 5:15)
Lesson 4 - Telling Time by Five Minute Intervals (4:55, 6:05)
Lesson 5 - Telling Time using Common Expressions (Quarter past three, Half past five)
Lesson 6 - Telling Future Times (It's 1:00, what time will it be in 30 minutes)
In each lesson the child is awarded "lights". They get a trophy if they get 12 lights which requires them to master most of the content. Answers are reenforced by affirmation with children's voices. The app keeps track of progress in the menu by clearly showing the progress of each lesson.
Tower ID uses your device GPS location to gather data from the FCC antenna site registration database and display all the registered sites nearby in a table or a handy map. Manual entry is also available (a long tap on the map gets data from wherever the map is centered also).
The antenna site registration data details for any of the sites shown can be pulled up simply by tapping on the icon next to the site in question. Taller towers appear in red, short towers in blue.
Contractors and facility owners in the wireless fields can also enter in manually the latitude and longitude of a distant location and get the nearby antenna site registration data for that area too.
This app makes use of publicly available FCC data. Tower ID (this app) is not provided by or otherwise affiliated with the FCC (Federal Communications Commission), nor the US government.
Tower ID ONLY identifies antenna sites in the USA that are registered with the FCC. Not all towers or antenna sites in the USA are registered. Antenna sites outside the USA are NOT shown.
Two board layers, each with unique duckies.
Don't miss our full version with FIVE board layers and many more duckies!
NO ADVERTISING (Though there is a link to the app sponsor, RubberDuckLand.com)
Use the front facing camera and backlight of your phone to keep you looking great, day or night.
You can zoom in or out and set office or sunlight lighting color. (your device must support front camera zoom for zoom to work).
NO advertising, NO gimmicks, it just does the lighted mirror function as you would expect.
REQUIRES a front facing camera and Android 2.3 'Gingerbread'.