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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by Mark1987, Aug 22, 2010.

  1. Mark1987

    Mark1987 Newbie
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    I have tried the Desk Home app as my night clock, but it's too bright mainly because of the widgets on the bottom of the screen (Daily Briefing...)

    Can anyone recommend another app to replace the Desk Home one?

    What I would like to see on the screen is a clock, preferably digital, and possibly current weather conditions.
     

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    the Desk Home has a night mode - it becomes darker. That is not dark enough for you?

    Also remember the OLED diodes burn out with use, the more you use your screen, the duller it will become. I would not personally leave my screen on for the night.
     
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    Try Alarm Clock Plus. He's also got a pay version that removes the ads. Turning the app on and then leaving the phone alone will have it fade into an LED clock that slowly moves around the screen.

    I love the alarm clock function of it, personally. You can have it attach a math problem to turning off the alarm (or hitting snooze) ... good way to make sure you're actually awake when you're hitting snooze and not just doing it to shut up the alarm.
     

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