DashClock Updated to 1.6, New Customization Options and Bug Fixes in Tow

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DashClock, the venerable widget by Google Engineer Roman Nurik for devices running Android 4.2 and above, solves what some may consider a weakness of Android: lack of information on the lockscreen. The notification shade may just be a swipe away, but some prefer a more aesthetically pleasing and immediately accessible list of missed calls, unread e-mails, and weather forecasts.

At any rate, both lockscreen widget connoisseurs and the merely intrigued should be pleased to hear DashClock hasn’t been abandoned. An updated version – 1.6 – brings new customization options, a fix for plugins that aggregate weather data, and an improvement to the way Dashclock interfaces with Gmail and SMS extensions.

Here’s an exhaustive list of changes:

What’s New

  • NEW! Visibility and color customization options
  • NEW! Visual design tweaks
  • NEW! New options for accessing DashClock settings
  • Weather extension reliability improvements
  • Fixed a few bugs related to the Gmail and SMS extensions

For those with compatible smartphones and tablets, DashClock is available for free from the Play Store.

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