The popular DashClock widget gets chic competition in the form of Chronus the Home and Lock widgets can be displayed in an attractive manner weather and calendar entries with at home and lock screen. Some readers it may already be known as CyanogenMod cLock widget, which was previously part of CyanogenMod, and was offered as a stand-alone app XDA forum. Now the developer David van Tonder has released the application in the Play Store to download for free - a sideload the app is therefore no longer necessary.
The newly laid-off in the Play Store app Chronus is the second application that was originally developed for the CyanogenMod and now makes the leap to the Play Store after the camera app Focal. In this way it is now available to a wider audience. The functionality of the application remains despite the renaming of cLock on Chronus &# 8211; according to developers of the original name of the app &# 8211; untouched.
With Chronus users receive a visually attractive and adaptable to a high degree and configurable widget for home and lock screen. However, it must be mentioned that the prominent DashClock widget display much more data is capable. Nevertheless, let both weather, clock and calendar items to adjust appealing. One advantage of Chronus opposite the DashClock widgets: The widget displayed in the calendar can be scrolled - when DashClock widget to display only static. If you tap on one of them, this entry opens. Analog is true for the watch and possibly displayed alarms.
Chronus is compatible with Android 4.1 and more recent iterations - of course, the widget can only 4.2 also put on the lockscreen on Android. The application leaves after installing a positive impression and could possibly replace on my Nexus 4, the DashClock widget, for me sufficient range of functions offered - also the weather display I like better.
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