Sunday, September 5, 2010

New App CogsWatch


This time I have a watch face for you.
I wanted something that looks a bit Steampunk
that is why I have create CogsWatch

Unfortunately the cogs do not move when in Watch mode but you can always
run the application itself to see them move!
The cogs do not move due to the platform limitation, the application is invoked
only once a minute to conserve battery.
The lightning in the lower left is changing every minute to a random pattern and you can
check the remaining charge in the 0-100 meter.

1. Shutoff the clock at night to conserve battery.
2. Add more date formats (not just european)
3. Add low battery indicator, any suggestions?
4. Maybe add showing of alarms that the user has set up.


Hope you enjoy this one and let me know if you encounter any bugs.


  1. Badass. (excuse the language)

    Easily my new watch face.

    Idea for battery alert: A "light" appears next to the meter when battery is low, sort of like an alert.

    Keep up the good work! I'm going to try and get the word out there about this blog.

  2. Hello, I am also interested in creating an app for my wristpda, can you tell me how to get started?

    1. Woa man, are you still interested in this ?

  3. I bought one of these awhile back for the nostalgia (and cool quirk of having something like this on my wrist) and your apps are awesome! If you have any resources for getting started with writing apps for this, I would be so happy to learn! Good work man :)