The Colour Clock Wallpaper

The Colour Clock Wallpaper


This official Live Wallpaper of the hugely popular screensaver, brings The Colour Clock to your phone.

Mesmerising and beautifully designed. Modern simplicity and attention to detail.

What colour is it when you wake up? What colour is it when you're meeting your friends? Bring more colour into your life with this ever-changing wallpaper.

FEATURES
• Beautiful design
• High-quality rendering
• Swipe functionality - show text as time or colour
• Customisable text position (or even removable for the true minimalist)
• Gradient option (for the performance conscious)

FEEDBACK
We are always looking for ways to improve so if you have a comment or suggestion then please email [email protected] You can also use the newly-minted Send Feedback option in the preferences screen.

Plus if you like what we're doing then please leave us a rating. It goes a long way to let us know our efforts are appreciated.

CREDITS
The Colour Clock is an experimental piece by digital designer Jack Hughes and this wallpaper is lovingly developed at The Receptacle.

http://www.thecolourclock.co.uk

Recent changes:
updates:
* [UPDATE] We've updated the colour algorithm to match the revisions to the screensaver at http://thecolourclock.co.uk
bug fixes:
* [FIX] fixed a bug that set the screen depth to ARGB_4444 instead of the proper default OPAQUE
* [FIX] positioning bugs
* [FIX] screen rotation for tablets
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File size
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About The Colour Clock Wallpaper
This official Live Wallpaper of the hugely popular screensaver, brings The Colour Clock to your phone.

Mesmerising and beautifully designed. Modern simplicity and attention to detail.

What colour is it when you wake up? What colour is it when you're meeting your friends? Bring more colour into your life with this ever-changing wallpaper.

FEATURES
• Beautiful design
• High-quality rendering
• Swipe functionality - show text as time or colour
• Customisable text position (or even removable for the true minimalist)
• Gradient option (for the performance conscious)

FEEDBACK
We are always looking for ways to improve so if you have a comment or suggestion then please email [email protected] You can also use the newly-minted Send Feedback option in the preferences screen.

Plus if you like what we're doing then please leave us a rating. It goes a long way to let us know our efforts are appreciated.

CREDITS
The Colour Clock is an experimental piece by digital designer Jack Hughes and this wallpaper is lovingly developed at The Receptacle.

http://www.thecolourclock.co.uk

Recent changes:
updates:
* [UPDATE] We've updated the colour algorithm to match the revisions to the screensaver at http://thecolourclock.co.uk
bug fixes:
* [FIX] fixed a bug that set the screen depth to ARGB_4444 instead of the proper default OPAQUE
* [FIX] positioning bugs
* [FIX] screen rotation for tablets

Android Market Comments
A Google User
Jun 23, 2015
Pretty cool but! It only displays the minutes and seconds, not the hour :(
A Google User
May 17, 2015
Frequent color changes can relieve stress I loved the color changes, but it distacts me from doing my work. However, it can be a good tool to block out all of your worries and stress. Everyone needs a day off now and then from their work. This is a great thing to look at to help pass time during your break if you have nothing to do.
A Google User
Mar 30, 2015
Great screensaved Perfectly crafted. Needs only one more thing - a perfect wear face to match its glory. Please provide to watches near me.
A Google User
Mar 23, 2015
Ahhhhh! Finally a screensaver that's interesting but not 'over the top' when behind a screenful of app shortcuts. And it works nicely on both my motorola phone AND samsung tablet. Loving it.
A Google User
Dec 27, 2014
Love the app Just wish the colour transition was continual, rather than a full colour change every minute. This way the colour would mean something...
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