68 ratings (4.309 average)
What's new in this version (1.7.4):
Added SNTP support. All the displayed times are now computed from a networked precision timebase.
Switching between the digital and analog clocks has become easier, because it is now a menu item instead of a preference setting.
The Sidereal Clock displays sidereal times and several other time standards, such as UTC, solar time and julian date. It has 3 time displays and you can choose what time to show in each of them.
All the displayed times are computed from the Sidereal Clock's own timebase which is synchronized to an external high precision NTP time server.
To compute the local times it gets your longitude via GPS.
The Sidereal Clock is supported by ads.
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No competition that I could find. No loss though, this one is almost perfect. More times could be displayed.
Extremely useful, especially when combined with "sytrant" and a rooted phone. Finally I have exact time :-) moto milestone
Finally! Ive been waiting for one for telescope use
Does not display Julian date...other than that does what it says.
Does what it says.
Best part is its simplicity (just start it up)
Christoph Rackwitz (*****)
works just fine.
Nice app. Would be even nicer if I could set the longitude manually and individually per time display. And there is space for more time displays.
Simple and very useful. Just what I was looking for. Thanks Mitchl
Great app, large selection.