Desktop Clock App / Specifications
- • Type: Free Browser App
- • Version: 1.3.5 stable
- • Require Chrome: 23 and up
- • Offline: Yes
- • File name: desktop-clock.crx
- • Rating average
- 3.9 out of 5
- • Rating users
- • Total downloads
- • Current version downloads
- • Updated: February 22, 2018
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Desktop Clock / Video Demo
Desktop Clock / Description
Thank you for 12000 users!
Desktop Clock is a simple, resizable, customizable, clock app.
* Ticking, sweeping, or hidden second hand
* Simple mode
* Night mode and 12 themes
* Display date and/or battery level
* Digital or Analog
* Completely ad-free!
And always will be
* Saves your settings automatically
And features a reset settings button
* Doubleclick fullscreen
Doubleclick to open Desktop Clock in fullscreen
* Keyboard shortcuts
Use "N" toggles night mode, "S" opens settings, "M" minimizes
* Always on top mode
Keep Desktop Clock open over other apps while you work
* Very small file size
Less than 1 Megabyte
* Available in English, Spanish, French, and German
Open in fullscreen to see the time from far away. Great for hosting an event, proctoring an exam, or as a kiosk app.
Desktop Clock is a vector, meaning it resizes perfectly on any screen, no matter the size or number of pixels.
NEW: Ctrl+0 hides the title bar and Ctrl+1 makes it visible again
NEW: "Black Background" is now another way to customize your clock.
To access your chrome apps on a mac or pc, type "chrome://apps" in your address bar.
To create a desktop shortcut, open a new chrome tab and go to "chrome://apps". Right click on Desktop Clock, select "Create shortcuts..." then "Create"
To force update your chrome apps and extensions, go to "chrome://extensions", enable "Developer mode" (top right), then click "Update extensions now" (top right). We recommend turning off developer mode once you're done.
To chromecast a chrome app, you have to cast your entire desktop. Go to your chrome browser settings, click cast, then under the drop down "Cast to" menu on the top left, select "Cast desktop." Now simply open Desktop Clock and go to fullscreen.
What does a clock do when it gets hungry?
It goes back four seconds :)
If you have any suggestions or problems, or would like any help, feel free to contact [email protected]
Remember to rate and share with others :)
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