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[APP] Night Clock v0.9

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Night Clock v0.9 (Freeware)
Requirements: Android 1.5+
Operating System: Android
Overview: Now you can check the current time and the time that you need to wake up comfortably on the middle of the night. Remember that this ain't be a alarm to wake you, but I will add this option later.

Very clean and easy to use interface, with a black background so your eyes won't be hurt when you while you check the time on the middle of the night after suddenly waking up.

If you have set any appointment for the next day and you need to wake up, there is a clock that will tell you the hour that you need to wake.

Made On a Mac

Future Plans:
  • Alarm option
  • Countdown to wake up
  • Change the background color
  • Put a own background image


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Code:
https://market.android.com/details?id=appinventor.ai_eeepc904.Clock
Download Links/Instructions: Just scan the QR Code below and it will take you directly to the Android Market. Enjoy

QR Code:
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This is perfect for me.
Any possibility to center the "You need to wake up at" text?
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Originally Posted by CuBz90

This is perfect for me.
Any possibility to center the "You need to wake up at" text?

Oh! Sorry for the time without a response. I'll make that, it's very simple to center the text. Stay tuned for an update
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For those that want the text to be centered, here is the APK.

I like the style that is right now, so this will be an alternative to the Market one, but don't forget to rate it on the Market
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Care to add that Update to the OP? Thanks
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I like how made "Made On a Mac" bold in the OP
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Red for nightvision?
Just a suggestion, but how about also making a version with black background and medium-dark red numbers?

Red light has a bonus at night being that it doesn't ruin your night vision when in a dark room like white light does.

(ref: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Night_vision section: Biological night vision)

Long ago there were apps for Palm devices where it used red so people could flick the device on, look at what they needed with the display red, and it wouldn't strain their eyes or disrupt their night vision.
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Just a suggestion, but how about also making a version with black background and medium-dark red numbers?

Red light has a bonus at night being that it doesn't ruin your night vision when in a dark room like white light does.

(ref: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Night_vision section: Biological night vision)

Long ago there were apps for Palm devices where it used red so people could flick the device on, look at what they needed with the display red, and it wouldn't strain their eyes or disrupt their night vision.

In CM there is "render effects" where you can switch to red. It effects the whole system and can be used as "night vision".
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