I like this app. I use this app frequently. I don't always have service on my phone to always get network time, and I'm not always within wifi range either. It comes in handy to keep my phone's time updated and accurate. The only thing keeping it from being five stars for me, is that if my phone gets rebooted, the phone resets the time to or near about the unix epoch (1970). Unfortunately without an initial setting via cellular or wifi , it will not set the date and time if it is too far off from the real time (some set number of seconds/minutes). If this could be corrected to allow it to correct the time even when the phone thinks that the date is 1970, or at the very least show the full GPS date and time, it would be perfect for me and warrant 5 stars. Otherwise, it's still an awesome app.
Bug: 0.6.3 doesn't SU This app used to work on my tablet, but trying 0.6.3 it appears to only request Super User only after it attempts to sync. The app should request SU once, at app start, and keep it. There is a delay between an app requesting root and actually getting it, that needs to be taken into consideration. Please let me know when fixed. Android 4.4.3 Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 P600 WiFi Only.
Very useful. If my phone freezes and I have to pull the battery and then put back and turn on my cell provider is slow updating the clock on the phone so this app does this fast. of course i can do this all manually but why when a great app like this exists! an no data plan required once its installed.
Time difference is too large The app is really nice, but if I do a battery pull, the phone resets time to Jan 5, 1980, after running this app, it finds satellites and finds the Date and Time but it refuses to sync with error "The Time Difference is too large" if this problem is fixed I will give 5 stars. Otherwise great simple app. No need to keep running in background sucking up battery power. Could be given as an option for those who do want it. Thank you for your app.
time display lacking expected accuracy Watching the display while listening to WWV indicates the displayed time is sometimes a second or so behind. I would have expected with the sub-millisecond accuracy of GPS, and the 3 decimal place display of the system - GPS delta, that the phase of displaying the time could be controlled such that I could for example use my Nexus 7 as a reference to set clocks around the house. Meh, maybe not.
Awesome! This nice small app is an enhancemence to my rooted Samsing Galaxy Note (N7000 with ICS 4.0.3). Very easy to use. Best of all, the developer is generous enough to have a choice to disable ad, even before purchasing. Thanks for that!
- Fixed crash in landscape mode
- Testing Google Analytics
- Added workaround for Samsung bug (wrong day)
- Fixed bug in banner display
- Synchronization is done differently
- Added new localization (Italian)
- Added crash reporting using ACRA