Very high cpu load when widget is active. ( 30% on Htc Wildfire.)
Kirk Edison Neat little app... at least, it was until the Lollipop upgrade (5.1 on a Google Nexus).. Hours & Minutes continue to update, but the Seconds are frozen. Oddly enough, the seconds DO work on the binary clock that displays when you go into the widget settings, but not on the actual widget displayed on the home screen.
Great app This is so cool. I love blinky lights. While it's not going to make me more productive, it is, without a doubt, the coolest app I have on my phone. To the guy who complained about it running all the time - of course it does. How else would you get the clock to update? Nicely done Mr Developer.
So far so good. Awesome app. Does what it should. I greatly appreciate the true binary feature. I greatly dislike BCD clocks in general, so I'm glad this app gives the option. You read a clock "twelve forty-five twenty-two", not "one two four five two two". True binary rules. Awesome customizability with colors of digits, background etc. No glitches at all.
Looks Good - Could have a few more options For a 3+ year old widget, still looks pretty good. First the visual/color/translucent options for the markers are quite nice. Also great to have access to system clock. There seem to be 2 widgets with different options. The 2x2 widget is vertically oriented, does not allow "true" digital and lacks seconds. The 2x1 widget imposes seconds and allows true digital. Neither can be resized. So - a scalable widget, where seconds can be removed at the same time as true digital representation is used would be great. Would be nice to have a companion app for a desk clock - full screen and keep screen on.
Used to work great newer updates broke it so it will not update to actual time on the fly better for slow phones? Worthless and annoying on the droidx