A resizable, customizable clock for your desktop!
Thank you for 20000 users over 121 countries!
Desktop Clock is a simple, resizable, customizable, clock app.
Check out the updated version at https://desktopclock.app
* Ticking, sweeping, or hidden second hand
* Simple mode
* Night mode, black background, and 12 themes
* Digital and analog displays
* Display date and/or battery level below clock
* Option to remove app frame and/or app title
* NEW: Timezones! (oh boy)
* Completely ad-free!
And always will be
* Saves your settings automatically
And features a reset settings button
* Doubleclick fullscreen
Doubleclick to open Desktop Clock in fullscreen
* Keyboard shortcuts
Use "N" toggles night mode, "S" opens settings, "M" minimizes
* Always on top mode
Keep Desktop Clock open over other apps while you work
* Open multiple copies of Desktop Clock
Each can have their own size and settings!
* Very small file size
Less than 1 Megabyte. Downloads instantly!
* Available in English, Spanish, French, German, and Russian
Open in fullscreen to see the time from far away. Great for hosting an event, proctoring an exam, or as a kiosk app. Or make Desktop Clock extremely small; it scales well and can be kept on top of other apps and sit in the corner while you work or browse.
Desktop Clock is a vector, meaning it resizes perfectly on any screen, no matter the size or number of pixels.
NEW: now you can open multiple copies of desktop clock, and you can remove the title as requested, as well as many small visual improvements and bug fixes. NEWER: more visual improvements, some UI updates, and fixed a bug that caused inaccurate time when switching between modes. NEWEST: Added timezones, and added minor display improvements.
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If you have any suggestions or problems, or would like any help, feel free to contact firstname.lastname@example.org
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What does a clock do when it gets hungry?
It goes back four seconds :)