Space to grow but a great start I'm a habitual Glance user as well as a Dashclock user. This has the potential to take over from Glance for me. I can use all my Dashclock extensions, including paid ones, which is really cool. There are some improvements needed though: 1. Text is a bit large on screen, an option to reduce the text and icon size would certainly be more usable. 2. Having to manually duplicate your dashclock extensions is a bit tedious, a one click dupe would be appreciated.
Great app so far but.. Great app so far, works with most of my extensions. However, the Falcon Pro extension was displaying fine until I actually opened Falcon Pro, checked my messages, and quit the app. That caused Pebble Dash to continue to crash, forcing an uninstall. Not a major issue!
Two great tastes that go together Using Dashclock extensions to populate a watchface is brilliant concept. Unfortunately it's very unreliable, the watchface will stop displaying anything but the clock on a frequent basis, and it's hard to get it working again.
Great, with one complaint. This app works great, the only complaint I have is that the clock only shows 24 hour time. It would be nice if the watch face would use the device's setting for 12/24 hour time.
Almost great Wonderful idea, two super productivity tools put together. The only thing is that when the android app isn't open, the watch face cannot update, which is annoying when I just want to switch to the watchapp to see a quick temp, or my next calendar event.
Really fantastic idea with needed growth... For users: This does not require than DashClock widget be installed, it just used the same extensions. I love the idea behind this watchface, however there are some things I feel should be addressed: 1. The watchface does not update the extensions. I've had the exact same data as when I installed it. Something done broke in the watch/android app. 2. I don't know why black watchface backgrounds are all the rage but they are harder to read than white backgrounds. For your many users, you should have the option of black back with white text or white back with black text. 3. Since the main thing is to tell time and maybe date, I would suggest shrinking the 3 extension lines a little so you can extend the clock to go from side to side and put the date below it, kinda like how DashClock does it. 4. Piggybacking onto 3, the font needs to be clearly readable too for the time. The bold and thin together does not make for good time telling in all cases and lighting and angles. I would prefer the bigger clock and bold font for both hours and minutes. 5. You could allow users to pick a face based on color, font, and clock size to cover all the bases. Only need to create faces once.