Clock Widget

In-app purchases
3.4
4.72K reviews
500K+
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Content rating
Everyone
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About this app

Clock Widget is a home screen digital time and date widget for Android.

Features:
- Supports Android version 4.1 and above.
- Google Material Design
- Lots of customizations
- Many fonts for clock and date
- Select widget click actions
- Tap on widget to load up alarm/widget settings page

To use the widget on Android:
- Open the app drawer
- Tap the "Widgets" tab
- Find Clock Widget and drag it to the home screen

NOTE: If you are using a Task Manager, make sure to add Clock Widget to the ignore list. When the app is killed, the time will stop updating.
Updated on
Jun 7, 2017

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3.4
4.72K reviews
Richard Pierce
October 10, 2021
The clock doesn't update properly. Sometimes, it's behind by as much as 15 minutes, or so. Hint for a fix: When I tap the widget, the time will be shown correctly on the pop-up, suggesting that the correct time _is_ getting to the app, but it's just not making it to the screen. Good app, otherwise; I'd give it five stars if the clock displayed properly. Samsung S8 Active.
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J P
May 9, 2020
Even though it hasn't been updated for three years, it works fine on Android 10. I like that the text can be set big and bold, yet the margins also can be dragged to be quite compact. Be sure to go to Settings -> Apps & Notifications -> See all apps -> Clock Widget -> Advanced -> Battery -> Battery Optimization, then set Not optimized. Otherwise the clock won't stay updated.
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A Google user
June 8, 2019
Failed to go off twice in a week I really liked this app when I first installed it. It looks good, snoozes, and you can set and name multiple alarms. About a month ago the snooze started shutting off after using it 3 times (I'm big on snoozing). It wouldn't give you a warning, it just didn't go off after the third time. Whatever, I figured it was a new, lame update. But this week the alarm failed to go off. TWICE. Unacceptable. I'm uninstalling as soon as I'm done typing this.
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What's new

Add Ubuntu fonts
Some bugs fixed