CyanogenMod cLock Widget Hits Play Store as Chronus

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  • 28 Sep 2013
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  • So, the story goes like: back in February this year the CyanogenMod folks changed the name of their custom clock widget from Chronus to cLock, after some copyright problems. Now we’re back to Chronus, but this time the app is available in the Play Store.

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    The app is free to download and just like DashClock for example it gives you a combo between the time, the weather and calendar events. The developer of the app also promised a paid Pro version of the software, that will come later this year, with extra features. The functionality is the same as the one of the Cyanogenmod cLock widget and it’s offered by the same developer.

    We get support for Android 4.1 and later and support for adding a widget to the Home screen or lockscreen. You can select between an Analog or Digital clock panel, choose to show the Alarms or not and change the font to bold or normal. The weather panel is powered by Yahoo and you can download the app from here.

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