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. Now you may think that this basic clock is a bit of a step-down in quality from the amazing X-flash, but you would be mistaken. Okay, for now this is a basic clock but I would take this piece of homebrew news with a little pinch of salt, because many more updates are on the way.
The graphics aren't stunning, and at the moment all this does is tell the time in 24 hour format with hours, minutes and seconds, but Art is looking at a much bigger picture. Art is working on a project that involves a few live simultaneous displays, with the time being one of them and heart rate is another.
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