ClockPlus DayDream

ClockPlus DayDream


Clock plus:
This is an improved version of the default Android Clock DayDream (screen saver)
Those feature were added:
* an optional style without the bold hour
* adjustable brightness
* battery status
* show current date
* show the next alarm if any
* show system notifications (Android 4.3+)

Older Android versions:
* show unread Gmail Notification (if you have any in your Inbox)
* show unread SMS Notification
* show missed call Notification


Android 4.2+
To enable go to Setings->Display->DayDream and select Clock plus. If you have it set in "when to daydream" menu and have your phone in the charger/dock it will not turn off its screen but displays this screensaver instead

* Option to hide the app icon on the Android 4.2+ launcher (after hiding it in the settings, click on the launcher icon again and it should say "App isn't installed" and the launcher icon should disappear. If it stays there, reboot your phone.)


Support for devices with Android 4.0-4.1
* you have to launch the app manually and it will start the screensaver after 30s of inactivity and will keep the screen on as long as the device is charging

You can find all the versions as well as the code right here: https://code.google.com/p/clock-daydream-plus/downloads/list?can=1&q=&colspec=Filename+Summary+Uploaded+ReleaseDate+Size+DownloadCount

Recent changes:
Fix for notification not showing up on some devices
Only show notifications that are not ongoing (e.g. won't show music player notification)
Immersive mode for KitKat
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4.2
User ratings
2264
Installs
100,000+
Concerns
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File size
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About ClockPlus DayDream
Clock plus:
This is an improved version of the default Android Clock DayDream (screen saver)
Those feature were added:
* an optional style without the bold hour
* adjustable brightness
* battery status
* show current date
* show the next alarm if any
* show system notifications (Android 4.3+)

Older Android versions:
* show unread Gmail Notification (if you have any in your Inbox)
* show unread SMS Notification
* show missed call Notification


Android 4.2+
To enable go to Setings->Display->DayDream and select Clock plus. If you have it set in "when to daydream" menu and have your phone in the charger/dock it will not turn off its screen but displays this screensaver instead

* Option to hide the app icon on the Android 4.2+ launcher (after hiding it in the settings, click on the launcher icon again and it should say "App isn't installed" and the launcher icon should disappear. If it stays there, reboot your phone.)


Support for devices with Android 4.0-4.1
* you have to launch the app manually and it will start the screensaver after 30s of inactivity and will keep the screen on as long as the device is charging

You can find all the versions as well as the code right here: https://code.google.com/p/clock-daydream-plus/downloads/list?can=1&q=&colspec=Filename+Summary+Uploaded+ReleaseDate+Size+DownloadCount

Recent changes:
Fix for notification not showing up on some devices
Only show notifications that are not ongoing (e.g. won't show music player notification)
Immersive mode for KitKat

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A Google User
Sunday 11:20 AM
Use to having this on a blackberry & loved it. I was wanting this option for my phone for a long time.
A Google User
Sep 21, 2014
Useless app
A Google User
Sep 16, 2014
Xiaomi Redmi S1 Can this clock been setted as screen saver
A Google User
Sep 11, 2014
Slow Coach It's a cool app and when it works, it works great but usually I have to wait for almost an hour before it shows up on my screen when charging. I'm sure it's meant to activate upon plugging my phone in if I set it that way yes? Please fix issue, would love to give this app five stars
A Google User
Sep 7, 2014
Wake loop? LOVE the app, but on my Nexus5 it loops through the lock screen and the app so you get a bright flash every few minutes... driving me nuts.