Last version: *Bugfix: weather provider failing because of APi deprecation.*Bugfix: 7Timer weather provider failing because of hosting downtime.*Bugfix: Blank or non-updating widget contents for some devices due to a non-explicitly-exported provider.

This permission is no longer required for Kit Kat and above, but some custom ROMs still error out without it.

For those curious about OMC's permissions: Device & app history: OMC checks the currently-running app so it can sleep if the launcher is not on top, saving battery. Photos/Media/Files: Writes to OMC's app-storage folder on your "external" storage.

5 new clocks and various performance/reliability enhancements.

So I looked around and found that it was possible to have the weather on the lockscreen, what I did.

I had noticed that each time I went to the clock app and open the desktop clock tab, it updated the current location.

A 3D Digital Weather Clock widget with size 4x2It features:* 12/24 hour clock* Color choice on some info displayed* System Stats Information pop-up* Battery icon on clock* Week number in the hours tab, as an option* for scheduling outdoor activities - Sunrise /Sunset times in the forecast screen,as an option in the configuration screen.* for scheduling outdoor activities - Day length and hours left in the forecast screen,as an option in the configuration screen.* Weather information with icon, current temperature and high low temperature for the day on the clock face.* Detailed 4 day weather forecast screen with forecast temperature,high low temperature and condition description for each day.* 2 Forecast layouts Features the following hotspots: tap bottom right-launch anything! You’ll be presented with a list of all the installed Widgets on your Android device. Select the "3D Digital Weather Clock” to add to your home screen by tapping it. Weather hint: For world destinations with two words in the name, type in the box the words with a plus sign.

(set your own preference from configuration screen)Widgets on Android work a bit differently than a normal application. Notes====="Time frozen/not updating"- make sure the clock is NOT moved on SD card. For example "Buenos Aires" type "Buenos+Aires",remember the "+" sign -no spaces, don't include the quotes.

Unlike regular programs they don't just install themselves in the application tray so you have to add them manually. Here's how to add a widget on your Android home screen. Email problems/suggestions Check our website for more help. Be polite, this is a free app :-)VIDEO HOW TO ADD WIDGETS

STEPS HOW TO ADD A WIDGET==========================1. On your Android home screen, tap any blank or “empty” area with size 4x2 and hold down your finger.

70+ dynamic clock widgets for your homescreen, ad free. Set an alarm: Used for the tap-to-launch function to open up your device's alarm screen.

View network connections: Full network access: Used to download clock packs and show latest release notes.