Exactly what I wanted I loved the clock in ICS, specifically the transparent (really, translucent) background so I could still see my home screen wallpaper when I have it sitting on my desk. The new Jellybean/Kitkat clock removed this feature, which is just stupid. Now I have my transparent clock app back. The font is also bolder and therefore more readable when dimmed - and hey, it dims too, so it doesn't keep you awake at night. All around a vast improvement over the stock 4.3/4.4 clock. Also, if there ever was proof that newer is not always better, this is it. Really makes you wish (more) software developers could quit developing when they're ahead!
Elegant, plain simple Thanks Tim for mentioning some of us don't of is get upgraded to 4.2? Whatever(cough,ZTEs,cough) nice looks like the real clock. It matches up with my launcher I use. It is Go Launcher and it has the ICS theme. Pretty nice. Thanks again.
Saved my life again Im a person who roots d phone n tampers around alot. I gues i messd up n my stock clock stopped workn. This clock did d job.....it obviously dsnt have d frilss n fancy's as d 1s offrd by d cmpany ....bt it got d job dne n backd me up good.
Simple, elegant. The app is simple. An ICS clock widget, alarm set, and desktop clock for those of us who didn't get upgraded. (*cough, cough* ...Motorola) It includes settings to change the clock to several different themes from previous Android versions as well as alarm options. Looks and works great.
No Daydream support! The main reason I wanted this clock was for the night mode blue clock in Daydream on ICS. And while this has the night mode and blue font, it doesn't support Daydream. Useless for me until Daydream is added. Add it, and it's 5 stars!
Clock 4.2 should work like this! I like v4.2's clock, but I dislike its night mode. I like the indigo blue from ICS. If only JB would incorporate this superior night mode.
Fixed FC bugs