SNTP Client Computer clocks are infamous for drifting. One day you think you're all in synch (no direct relation to the boyband), but what you don't know is that you can easily drift seconds per day, resulting to errors over time.
It may sound severe, but think about this. Say, you're using your Nintendo DS or DS Lite as an alarm clock, however, because you've let the seconds continue on drifting, you got late for a very important appointment.
Fortunately, Infantile Paralysiser, creator of MoonShell, has come up with an SNTP Client that would keep you in synch (again no relation to the boyband) with the rest of the computing world. Just a little background for those not so familiar with what SNTP (Simple Network Time Protocol) is, it's a protocol for synchronizing the clocks of computer systems over packet-switched, variable-latency data networks.
The only reason to be late now is if you stayed up all night playing Nintendogs.
Like it? Share with your friends!
If you got an error while installing Themes, Software or Games, please, read FAQ.
PSPirate's Alarm Clock 0.1 If you, like most of the QJ office, find it hard to get out of bed in the morning waking up to a days work, whether it be administrative, physical, or school work; then why not wake up to something a little more fun
Morning Timer It's been a while since we reported on Infantile Paralysiser, so this is certainly a treat
Art's Basic Clock Art, the developer of the extremely popular homebrew flashing application X-Flash has released another homebrew application for your enjoyment today called Art's basic clock
Wake2up Fancy a wake-up call from your favorite handheld gaming system? We've received word that developer Poison_xtreamlua has recently finished work on Wake2up
Dspertator Description:Would you like to have your own personal dspertador for the ds? DSpertator 2 since you already have, you can use your personalized background, create your own buttons, put them where you like best and use your favorite music as ringtones in MP3, supports up to 10 different melodies
PSPWorldClock Glynnder from our forums has released a new homebrew application for the PSP today that'll help any of you out there with relatives or friends in another time zone
added: auto-load/save settings to SD card (now you don't have to setup every time!)
OtaClock RC1 Nintendo DS users are usually limited to using the Nintendo handheld's own built-in alarm clock feature, if they need to wake up at a certain time and there's no other gadget to use as an alarm
Comments on SNTP Client:
Comments not found
If you noted an error or download link is broken, please, report it via this page or use comments.
Please, select device to check if SNTP Client supports it