Mint Digital Clock is a clock widget that shows the local time and current date in a 8601 ISO standard. Set it as wallpaper, screensaver or app.
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Supported operating systems:
Java ME, Java Nokia 240x320, Java SE 240x320
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AnalogWatch A nice midlet which shows you an analog clock on screen. Works very nicely as a "screen saver"
BMD Talking Clock Talking clock. Communicate the time and date. You can set the time / time periods when the program automatically report the date and time
Waotch Marcatobianc Waotch Marcatobianc - marcatobianc the single-handed one - the minute ignored, the hour pronounced. The main scale contains also the fine pointed second hand. The auxiliary scales present day of month and month of year
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BigClock New BigClock New The REALLY big digital clock for your mobile phone. -Carillon every hour -Vibrate and sound at 15/30/45 minutes. -Alarm -Rotate display -Time adjust (*NEW!*)
Carillon every hour
Vibrate and sound at 15/30/45 minutes
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Date: 27 Oct 11
Date: 3 Jan 12
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