XDA forum member knoxcoder has developed a lovely little app for your Android device, one that allows customizable widgets for your clocks. Now you TOO, can read your phone’s digits in Gothic Condensed. It’s the most rocking of fonts, let me tell you that. This download was just created and released today, and is limited, but knoxcoder plans on adding options and styles in the future.
To get in on this deal, head on over to the [APP] mClock, clock with lots of options thread on XDA developers forum. Have fun and, now that daylight savings time is done, no worried on getting all clocked out. AND as always, be careful using any sort of application, modification, or hack you find on these internets. Always! Here’s the original message from user knoxcoder:
I uploaded my digital clock widget, mClock. I plan on adding more styles and/or options. Let me know what you think, what you would like to see as far as options go and whatever else.
Since I’m a new user I can’t post links but I’ve attached the QR code and a screenshot. For the fonts in the screenshot I just grabbed some off the web and put them on the sdcard. Fonts: 1979, Acens, Colwell, Orbitron-Medium, and the built in fonts.
[Via XDA Developers Forum]