Get the Android 4.2 Jelly Bean Daydream Feature on Your 4.0+ Device
Android 4.2 Jelly Bean, the latest version of the operating system, was mainly developed so it can greatly enhance the usability of the OS and brought along some highly useful features. One of these is the Daydream feature that looks good and saves battery.
The Dydream feature in Android 4.2 has seen a lot of implementations for older versions of the OS but none of these seems to really shine like the one we discovered. Clock plus DayDream by Martin Pelant is also good for existing Jelly Bean users as it enhances the Daydream clock functionality with the adition of notifications a a great look and feel. As for the older versions of the OS, 4.0+ the app can be used as a screensaver for when the device is charging and you can also have it save battery life by dimming the screen to very low brightness.
The Daydream feature in the latest version of the OS is meant to put the display to good use while the screen is turned off for charging. This allows for multiple functions, including a photo frame feature or Currents news. Developers can also enhance its functionality, as is the case with Clock plus DayDream. The app can be hidden from the drawer in Android 4.2 but with the older versions you will need to start it manually and activate it by long-pressing the time, as with the regular clock. You can choose from an analog or digital clock and have it display notifications for mail, SMS, calls and so on.
Clock plus DayDream is available for free on the Play Store.