SiMi Clock – What’s next


Thanks for all the nice ideas you send me and also posted in the comments. I will start working on the new version tomorrow. It will take some time to have the new version finished, but there will be alot of new features and bugfixes in the new Version.

Have fun

  1. milkykung says:

    Wow :D Can’t wait ^^

    Any hints on those new features ;D


  2. R says:

    Nice widget but it shows me a wrong week number, one too much. Any ideas what’s wrong with it?

    • th says:

      Can you please look in you default calendar app if it shows the week number correct ?

      • R says:

        I’m using default calendar app for Android 2.1 and it shows correct week number. For example Current Week named widgets shows allso the correct week.

        • R says:

          I dont’t know if this information helps you but I found out that Smooth Calendar is also showing week number wrong.

  3. HB says:

    Please consider a setting for determining when the battery circle “disappears”. Most users start shutting off data, underclocking, etc. when the battery reaches say 50 or 40%… that would be much better than 5%… no one would ever dare view their screen if it got lower than 20% for fear of missing important calls. But that is a minor request to a real terrific widget. Thank you for your work.

  4. Aidan says:

    Brilliant widget. Thank you so much for your efforts. If I could, though, I’d like to say that the alpha for the weather symbol appears to not be working -it is always at 100% opacity. It’d also be great if you could have a 4×2 version of the widget with the weather and battery vertically placed rather than horizontally to allow for larger clock fonts. But most importantly, I would like to see the option to add next alarm information – I think this is a must for clock widgets! Sorry to list out demands – once again I think this is a fantastic widget, and I love its style.

  5. cham says:

    I dø not know if this have already been discussed but the weather will not update based on location , i live in denmark. Tnx for the best widget

  6. notuo says:

    Hi. I don’t find how to email you, so I have to ask this here:

    Installed the widget and looks nicer than expected. My problem is: in order to see the date I have to use another space in my display (5×2) or reduce significantly the font size.

    Any ideas?

    Thanks in advance

  7. jeffrey says:

    I installed the clock, but the weather picture only show the”?”" icon ,but it can detect my location through gps, how can i fix it? thank you

  8. Steve says:

    I love the app launcher function and clean layout of this widget. On my HTC Incredible, however, the clock display is rather redundant. It would be nice if there was an option to replace the clock numerals with date numerals, i.e., the month number in place of the hour, the day number in place of the minute, and maybe the day text(Mon, Tue, etc.) where AM/PM is. That would make this the perfect widget for me.


  9. Odd says:

    Lovely app!
    Any chance of a 5×2 widget with larger fonts for us older guys who don’t want to reach for the reading glasses to see all info?

  10. João Rocha says:

    I`m having troubles with weather location too. ;/

  11. brandon says:

    for the past week or two, I get “problem loading widget” whenever I try to refresh the weather info. it fixes itself for a while if I reboot, but comes back soon after. I have an htc evo, and I’m running the app in 4×1 mode with only time, date, and weather info being displayed.

    also, an option to use some fancy looking full color weather icons like the ones that come stock on the htc evo weather app would be wonderful! just borrow them or some similar ones. no need to design from scratch ;)

  12. brandon says:

    sorry forgot to say, current location is also being displayed on my widget setup.

  13. Fernando says:

    Hi Hateman,

    First of all I must say I love your clock widget, it’s the most elegant clock widget for Android I’ve found and I think I’ll stick with it. I’m using it on a Desire HD and looks gorgeous. The only gotcha is whatever weather forecast service you’re using is not as accurate as, which the HTC Weather plugin uses. It would be great if you switched or gave the option to use accuweather, but I don’t know if that would give you much work. Nonetheless, you’ve earned a beer.

    Keep up the good work!

  14. Edwin says:

    Nice! I do have a suggestion though: it would be very nice if the clock could also display (in small font, like the date) the next alarm (just like the Digital Clock Widget does).

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