Always lags Had this thing on a phone years ago, but uninstalled because the time was always wrong. Here I have it on a nexus 5 with the latest android, and even selected the "stay awake" option and its off by 1-10 minutes at each wake...often for many seconds before a refresh. As a clock, its worse than useless.
Downhill Performance First off, I love the app. Configuration is easy, and the results, if done right, look fantastic. However, it's dated. The app is inefficient and drains the battery extremely quick. Prior to Android 5.x, it was great and ran well, but with new phones coming with some version of Lollipop, I can't recommend this app any more.
A few things I would like to see There needs to be more robust options for calendar and event text. Being able to add days of weeks and then the events next to them would be great. E.g Sunday: event 1, event 2 Monday: event 1 Tuesday: (no event) etc. That way it could replace a separate calendar widget.
Excellent until Lollipop Up until I upgraded to Lollipop, this worked exactly as I liked it - super customizable. Right now, it has trouble refreshing the data on the widget. I have the time delayed by hours at times and sometimes doesn't refresh until i restart my phone. The manual weather update also doesn't seem to work very well either. Please fix!
Lollipop kills again Have loved this app for a long time, but since the forced lollipop update, it does not load widgets. Can't give it any stars because it simply does not work on my Verizon S5. I hate Android and I hate Verizon.
Wonderful app! Why not allow the user to add variables like %MFIELD, %WIFI, etc. like tasker? Also add a feature which updates weather as soon as the device is connected to the internet...
- Fixed OpenWeatherMap issues
- Fixed a strange "hanging problem" in Lollipop that some users had
- Fixed a Tasker configuration problem
- Fixed Croatian translation
- new Google In App API for donations
- changed german day names from 3 to 2 letters
- fixed potential full screen ad problem
- improved logging mechanism