Clock! is a digital clock with a bonus flashlight. Enjoy it on your table or desk, or use it at night on your nightstand. It's the free version of the original "Alarm Clock!" which offers more styles and an alarm with vibrate.
* CLOCK *
+ 3 digit styles: LCD, pixie, Extra Large
+ 3 attractive clock themes
+ 12 hr, 24 hr and military times
+ 6 date formats that cover the globe
+ Enhanced multi-level dimming
+ Show or hide seconds, AM/PM
+ Used either vertically or horizontally
+ Real-time customization not found in other clocks
+ Compatible with iPod music in the background
+ Option to override auto-lock (connect to charger stand for prolonged use)
* FLASHLIGHT *
+ To turn on, hold down the [Dim/Light] button
+ To turn off, tap the screen once
* HINT *
Set the device auto-lock override:
1. Tap the [Settings] button
2. Tap the [Auto-Lock] button until it shows an anti-lock symbol and the status message "Override device auto-lock settings"
3. Tap the [Save] button
This setting is now saved and takes effect every time you start Clock!
More features to come in free updates!
- Custom photos now support playback of Live Photos
- Custom photos can be resized with zoom/pan
- Ads can now be removed with an in-app purchase
Ratings and Reviews
This free app is loaded with options
This app has a surprisingly high number of options on its different functions. It so happens that this app's different functions are much more subjective in nature than most. With all the choices out there, this one does offer a bit more than typical free apps. I certainly wouldn't try to talk anyone out of it. It's worked without issue. The app's look is what will get it used or deleted.
Must every single free app have at least one (usually a lot more than that) review claiming the app is lacking is certain areas? Here, the claim is that this needs an alarms clock. Great review. Thanks. The app is FREE - take or leave it. I am not sure which are more insightful: (a) the reviews pointing out the shortcomings of free apps, (b) the insane rant over the loss of 99 cents to an app that didn't perform, or, everyone's favorite, (c) the "this app looks like it would be worthless because it doesn't even have ..." The last one is the most helpful. He is so good, he's able to review by feel. A couple still photos and a quick glance at the info section and maybe another review and this guy is good to publish his opinion on the matter. Unfortunately, these worthless reviews make up over 50% of what is posted. So, more often than not the rating system is rendered worthless.
Used to rock
This used to be my most used app. Not now. Would pay $ for same app without ads. As for the person who said we were all stupid for downgrading app when we could turn off wifi: turn it off for one app? Then turn it back on when done? Even with it off, it will still display last ad loaded. Designer: read the reviews. Come out with paid version. I'll keep this for few more months then deleting if you don't smell the dying roses. I'm already starting to pay for other clock apps to find a replacement. You are really missing out on revenue. I loved this simple yet perfect clock. It was exactly what I (and apparently many others) needed.
Basic. To the point.
This is a super handy little bedside clock app. It works as advertised - no more, no less. You don't need an additional alarm with it. The one built in to the phone will still work while Clock! is running. If you want a simple bedside clock, that behaves well in low-light conditions, this one is great.
1. Stopped working with install of OS 3.0 (crashes on startup)
2. Other than reviews, there is no way to contact the developer at all. The website has no contact information.
- Song Lee
- 10.4 MB
- Requires iOS 9.1 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- English, Dutch, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, Traditional Chinese
- Age Rating
- Rated 4+
- © 2016 GoldenPlum
- In-App Purchases
- Remove Ads from Application $0.99
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.