Meet Ubuntu Phone Clock 0.1, fancy time utility
January 2nd 2013, Canonical unveiled Ubuntu for phones, event that started a noticeable movement in the Ubuntu community, latter generating inspired-by-Ubuntu-phones-OS creations, such as static wallpapers and dynamically-changed-by-a-script wallpapers.
Ubuntu Phone Clock is an interesting application that displays a clock inside the already known and appreciated Ubuntu for phones' home screen-like shape.
Launching the application, exposes a fancy app view, containing a clock and constantly-changing background items.
The "clouds" are constantly rendered with new and new colors, action paired with a moving pointer and new behind-the-clock visual items.
By default, launching Ubuntu Phone Clock, positions the time utility on the bottom-right corner, thus fancily presenting the time without cluttering the screen.
While the time app can't be dragged with the mouse pointer (only), holding the keyboard's
Alt button and dragging the app, allow the user to reposition it on per-user-preference desktop areas.
Care for detail is immediately noticeable, the utility features polished elements and pleasant-to-eye app icon, as well as exposing its content without titlebars, bundle of optimizations bearing a modern elegant look.
How do we install Ubuntu Phone Clock 0.1?
Add the following official PPA (Quantal)
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:barbosanascimentogabriel/ubuntu-phone-clock
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install ubuntu-phone-clock
Launch Ubuntu Phone Clock via the Dash by typing
ubuntu phone clock in the search area.