Great App This app works so well that I bought the paid for version just to support the developer. I use this alarm clock when I travel with my Samsung Note 3 and it has never let me down! I did not need to buy this because the free version works so well and does not nag you. That's part of why I wanted to buy this. Developers who write such excellent apps that work so well, like this one, deserve to get paid. This is an alarm clock and it works beautifully and has some nice customization options too. I recommend it.
How to turn Android button lights off I've been going crazy trying to shut off the lights on the back and menu capacitive buttons. Turns out Kit Kat makes it easy. Settings-display-touch keylight duration-always off. WHAT A RELIEF! Ned, great app-may I suggest that you add these instructions to your Google Play page?
Great Simple Alarm Clock UPDATE Feb 2014: even though I use Timely to manage my many alarms across multiple devices this app's time display appeals because of its straight forward and simple display. It doesn't attempt silly fonts, animations nor constantly moving graphics. IT. DISPLAYS. TIME.... PERIOD. Keeps on top of bug reports and fixes errors promptly. Used painlessly on Moto Droid 1 & 4, Galaxy S4, Nexus 7 & 10.
This is a beautiful easy-to-read clock that doesn't disturb my sleep. The only thing that would make it better would be if the app were to release focus when an incoming call came in or when the Android alarm went off. (It can be tricky to answer a call or turn off the alarm while Night Clock Donate has focus.)
Backlight Buttons Samsung S5, Lollipop 5.0.1, buttons didn't go off. I clicked the refund button, then saw the suggestions about automatic brightness and power the screen off and on, so I bought it again and tried them. No luck, and now the refund button doesn't show up. Clock is otherwise very useful.
Love the app, not working with KitKat I've used this clock for years. It's perfect for me. Just a clock with an alarm. I charge my phone at night so battery usage isn't a problem. BUT since my unfortunate choice to upgrade to KitKat, the screen is turning off during the night. This means to see what time it is I must push the side button twice to get the screen to light up. I'm using a Droid Razr Maxx HD.
-Made it so buttons disappear on Ice Cream Sandwich devices
-Added ability to move app to SD card
-Fixed alarm bug in v2.42