DashClock Widget

DashClock Widget


Attention: on Android 4.4 devices, please check "Enable widgets" in security settings and follow the instructions below.

DashClock is a replacement lock screen clock widget for Android 4.2+ phones and tablets. It also exposes additional status items called extensions. The widget comes bundled with extensions that give you instant access to:

• Your current local weather
• Missed calls and unread text messages
• Your next calendar appointment
• Unread Gmail inbox or priority inbox conversations
• Your next scheduled alarm

To add the widget to your Android 4.2 device's lock screen, first make sure that "Enable widgets" is turned on in your security settings. Then, simply swipe to the left-most page of your lock screen and touch the "+" icon. Finally, select "DashClock" to customize and add the widget. You can make this the primary lock screen widget, replacing the default clock, by first touching-and-holding it and then dragging it horizontally to the very rightmost position.

Developers: DashClock is extensible! Visit the open source project at http://code.google.com/p/dashclock to learn more or just check out the source.

Have a bug report or feature request? Just find the issue or file a new one here: http://code.google.com/p/dashclock/issues/list

Recent changes:
Version 1.6
• NEW! Visibility and color customization options
• NEW! Visual design tweaks
• NEW! New options for accessing DashClock settings
• Weather extension reliability improvements
• Fixed a few bugs related to the Gmail and SMS extensions

Full changelog: http://code.google.com/p/dashclock/wiki/Changelog
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Free
86
4.3
User ratings
40880
Installs
1,000,000+
Concerns
4
File size
1129 kb
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About DashClock Widget
Attention: on Android 4.4 devices, please check "Enable widgets" in security settings and follow the instructions below.

DashClock is a replacement lock screen clock widget for Android 4.2+ phones and tablets. It also exposes additional status items called extensions. The widget comes bundled with extensions that give you instant access to:

• Your current local weather
• Missed calls and unread text messages
• Your next calendar appointment
• Unread Gmail inbox or priority inbox conversations
• Your next scheduled alarm

To add the widget to your Android 4.2 device's lock screen, first make sure that "Enable widgets" is turned on in your security settings. Then, simply swipe to the left-most page of your lock screen and touch the "+" icon. Finally, select "DashClock" to customize and add the widget. You can make this the primary lock screen widget, replacing the default clock, by first touching-and-holding it and then dragging it horizontally to the very rightmost position.

Developers: DashClock is extensible! Visit the open source project at http://code.google.com/p/dashclock to learn more or just check out the source.

Have a bug report or feature request? Just find the issue or file a new one here: http://code.google.com/p/dashclock/issues/list

Recent changes:
Version 1.6
• NEW! Visibility and color customization options
• NEW! Visual design tweaks
• NEW! New options for accessing DashClock settings
• Weather extension reliability improvements
• Fixed a few bugs related to the Gmail and SMS extensions

Full changelog: http://code.google.com/p/dashclock/wiki/Changelog

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User reviews of DashClock Widget
I didn't know that the lock screen of the Nexus 7 could be so versatile. Great app for customization.
Aug 4, 2013
Android Market Comments
A Google User
Thursday 8:48 AM
When I reboot my phone the widget goes invisible, then I have to remove and place it again. (OnePlus One)
A Google User
Thursday 5:08 AM
Its great but . . . . I can't uninstall the app or update it
A Google User
Thursday 3:40 AM
Great The app works as advertise. Also, for those who are giving it a low raring because it doesn't work on secure lockscreens, you need to understand that Android doesn't allow widgets under a secure lockscreen
A Google User
Thursday 12:36 AM
Essential Essential for providing extra information at a glance on the lockscreen and homescreen.
A Google User
Wednesday 7:52 PM
Calendar lines How to see more than one line for calendar??? I can see my next two events, only one is shown