Minimal full-screen clock for Android
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README.md

Chrono

Minimal full-screen Clock

Chrono is a minimal full-screen clock for Android, without bloat or ads.
Supports 12 or 24 hour time, changes with your system settings.

Installation

Get it on Google Play

APK files can also be found in Releases.

Build Instructions

Chrono can be built using Android Studio.

  1. Open Android Studio and select the "Open an existing Android Studio project" option.
  2. Navigate to the location on your computer where the repository is stored, and select it.
  3. An APK can then be built under Build > Build Bundle(s) / APK(s) or Generate Signed Bundle / APK.

The Check out project from Version Control option may also be used to import the project into Android Studio.

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Copyright (C) 2019, Jakob Wakeling
All rights reserved.
OMKOV Permissive Licence