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Editors' Review

This high-end screensaver for Mac OS X is extremely elegant, but you better have a powerful Mac if you want to experience it. Dropclock is a motion clock screensaver in which the numbers drop from the top of the screen into water causing a realistic splash in slow motion. We think it is truly a thing to behold, if you have the power to run it. On slower machines, Dropclock is slow as molasses with significant lag time, and not nearly as smooth as it was intended to be. Overall, if you have a fast machine and want a truly stylish screensaver, Dropclock is an excellent choice.

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Full Specifications

What's new in version 1.0

First release.

General

Publisher tha
Publisher web site http://scr.sc
Release Date April 01, 2008
Date Added April 01, 2008
Version 1.0

Category

Category Screensavers & Wallpaper
Subcategory Screensavers

Operating Systems

Operating Systems Mac OS X 10.3/10.4/10.5
Additional Requirements Mac OS X 10.33 - 10.5

Download Information

File Size 137.37MB
File Name dropclock-mac-1.00.zip

Popularity

Total Downloads 134,860
Downloads Last Week 12

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License Model Free to try
Limitations Not available
Price $15
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