Jagger interprets the time as an RGB Hex color code and uses it as a watch face background. In other words: your watch background color changes every second!
Jagger also displays the name of the color, so you can show off and name 50 shades of green.
★ Minimalist design, no clutter.
★ Every second of the day has a color name.
★ Highly customizable: 12 or 24 hour clock, notification size, show / hide color name and date.
★ Adapts to the notification cards.
★ Optimized for Ambient mode: greyscale, updates every minute. Antialiasing disabled in low bit ambient mode.
★ Supports Burn-In Protection in Ambient mode
★ Efficient rendering, color names are pre computed.
★ Free! I’m doing this on the side. Please be kind in your ratings.
→Created by Pierre-Yves Ricau http://piwai.info
→Inspired by What Colour is it? http://whatcolourisit.scn9a.org
→Icon design by Chris Renke http://chrisrenke.com/
→Wear Frame designed by Cyril Mottier http://cyrilmottier.com/2014/07/31/android-wear-flat-device-frame/
★ LG G Watch
★ LG G Watch R
★ Samsung Gear Live
★ Motorola Moto 360
★ Asus ZenWatch
★ Sony Smartwatch 3
★ Network access - needed to report crashes and log popular options.
This app will not access, harvest or share any private data.
★ DroidHorizon: http://droidhorizon.com/jagger-review/
This app is a demo app for the AndroidAnnotations presentation at Devoxx: http://goo.gl/vxJ5K
The source code is available on GitHub: https://github.com/pyricau/DevoxxBeerCounter
Most developers now have personal web pages, so this felt like the next cool step.
It should work and look consistent on all versions of Android. If you find a bug, please let me know through the developer mail.
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Ever seen the great "Learn French in One Word" video (see below) from The Observing Participant (http://theobservingparticipant.com)?
This application is an Android keyboard dedicated to communicating with French people.
Since the French language can be boiled down to "one simple word", then you only need a one word keyboard (with a few variations) when sending text messages to French people.
To enable it, once installed, go to "Settings" > "Language & keyboard", and check "French in One Word". Then, long press any text input, and select "Input method" > "French in One Word". You now hold the keys to French!
This application is Open Source, which means its source code is available for free: https://github.com/pyricau/french-keyboard-putain
I have no relation to Michelle Chmielewski (The Observing Participant), it's just that I really enjoyed watching "Learn French in One Word" and decided it was worth an Android application.