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Navy Clock II


Navy Clock gives you and your other Android applications the exact atomic time. It shows you the difference between atomic time and your phone's local time. It's also a reliable time source for all your Android applications! This version of Navy Clock replaces version 1.0, so please un-install version 1.0 first.
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4.2
User ratings
392
Installs
50,000+
Concerns
0
File size
41 kb
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About Navy Clock II
Navy Clock gives you and your other Android applications the exact atomic time. It shows you the difference between atomic time and your phone's local time. It's also a reliable time source for all your Android applications! This version of Navy Clock replaces version 1.0, so please un-install version 1.0 first.

User reviews of Navy Clock II
Fast and simple but the side by side should be the other way around as the current display makes it a bit difficult to compare. Otherwise does what it aims for.
Feb 2, 2011
Good, basic atomic clock app. Shame it can't sync but I gather that's a limitation of the Android OS.
Oct 11, 2010
Android Market Comments
A Google User
Sep 30, 2014
Peace day 4 the mp3 experiment
A Google User
Aug 8, 2014
To call it Navy Clock is a joke! Crikey, if any naval fleet in the world had a destroyer or submarine that crashed as often as this app does, it wouldn't make very good maritime defence now would it? Come on dev, how many other users have complained about the same issue? Get it sorted!
A Google User
Jul 26, 2014
Force closes on Samsung S5 Always used to rely on this app for satellite prediction but the latest version on my Samsung S5 is VERY unstable. Had to uninstall. Shame because it used to be a nice solid app on S4 and S3.
A Google User
May 31, 2014
Why the crashes? As long as you don't have the audacity to change your orientation or attempt to access the menu, this app sort of works.
A Google User
Apr 6, 2014
Actually useless, but cool Crashes frequently (Samsung Tab 3). Shouldn't it say UTC instead of GMT?