Chronus – Home and Lock widget updated
People around the globe are on the move at a very quick and fast pace. They have got a lot of to complete in day and with the help of Android , their tasks can be taken care of on-the-go. The Chronus – Home and Lock widget is a very promising app that number of users are very fond of and recommend it to other Android smartphone and tablet users. We extend our thanks to David van Tonder as he has publicly shared on Google+ about the same. Since it is a free app and could be tried out and un-installed if it does not suit your requirements , we would advise you to go ahead and download it and check it out.
There are a lot of bugs that are fixed and improved features as the app was recently updated on 27th September 2013 and has an app rating of 4.4/5 on the Google Play Store. At our workplace , we are very fond of this app as it keeps us in touch with each other in terms of scheduling work and every with a daily calendar. We all here use Android smartphones and tablets which are powered by Android 4.1 Jelly Bean and above and we would like you to make note that this app is supported as the same. The previous version of this app was (v 3.0.1) and the current updated version is (v 3.0.2) which has a lot of enhancements like 24 hour format clock showing 24:00 for midnight and even the temperature format can be changed. There is full CyanogenMod Clock Widget functionality for Chronus – Home and Lock widget.
I have met many users of this app and have received a positive feedback from them such as :
- very good app
- absolutely brilliant
- bugs have been fixed which makes the app better
- love the widget
Download : Chronus – Home and Lock Widget
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