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This Clock is much like the well known and loved clock from the iPhone/iPad. It's features are: Worldclock: It shows the time in different chosen cities as digital and analog clock. In contrast to the iPhone clock the timezone and sunrise/sunset times are displayed, too. In the free version two world clocks can be selected. Alarm clock: Multiple alarm times can be set and activated or deactivated individually. Of course repetitions on selected weekdays are possible and there is a snooze function. The alarms get fired even if the clock app is not running. In the free version only one alarm can be used. Timer: An alarm gets fired when a chosen countdown timer expires. If the timer is used as a sleep timer it will stop media playback in the iPod app. In contrast to the iPhone clock multiple timers are possible, each of them can be started individually. In the free version only one countdown timer can be used.(Sleep Timers require the app to be running in the foreground. They cannot be used for the video app. iPod media includes music, audio podcasts, and audio books.) Stopwatch: Once started it keeps running for up to 1 year even if the clock app is being stopped. Recorded lap times are added to a table which can be copied to the Cut, Copy, and Paste buffer by a touch and hold gesture. Additional Features: Analog & Digital Clock: The appearance of these clocks are customizable. The analog clock supports themes.
This update introduces features requested by speakers and a fixed theme for the analog clock: Countdown Timer: Added option to set the alarm duration per timer. (*) Countdown Timer: Tapping on the remaining time shows it fullscreen. Analog Clock: Fixed 70ties theme for the new iPad.(*) Requires the app to be running.