Current Version: 1.7
Last Updated: 2 months ago
Download Size: 365.9 MB - Download
A typographic word clock that displays fuzzy time in many languages.
Radio controlled clocks beat the time atom accurately. This clock does not.
In our hectic world - every second counts. This clock will not tell.
We don‘t have time anymore. This clock has.
This clock will not change your pace. It will just slowly tell the time in a beautiful way.
- install as screensaver
- use as desktop background
- choose from multiple languages
- select from many elegant designs
- use your own background images behind the words
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This app runs as a wallpaper and native screensaver. It will not appear in your dock. If you choose to use TICKE-TACK as your wallpaper a small icon in the menu bar will let you easily access preferences.
Good day, all! Here are 21 new and awesome DESKTOPS for you. Hurray to everyone speaking or learning ESTONIAN. Have fun with the word clock in your language. Or maybe you prefer some German idioms like Hessisch or Berner Schwitzerdüütsch? Also included: some bug fixes in Swedish and Schwitzerdüütsch.
Most Helpful Reviews
Love this! [was: So disappointed!] - FIRST REVIEW: I’m using OS X 9.4 and while I can get it to work as a wallpaper app (which I didn’t want), it doesn’t display the time feature as a screensaver, just the picture. I love the idea of a clock telling the time this way throughout the day, and I will continue to fiddle and/or contact the developer for support. It may be that I can only use it as both wallpaper and screensaver app, not just one or the other … which would also be a disappointment, since I’d lose my rotating daily comics wallpaper. If I can get it to work, I’ll come back to update my review. UPDATE (later, that evening…): I did indeed contact the support email address and one of the creators got back to me 5 hours later asking me to try changing the language choice in the Ticke-Tack screensaver settings. I at first tried this via the wallpaper app preferences (thinking they were that interconnected), but when that only changed it for the wallpaper, I turned that back off and looked again at the screensaver preferences. Same interface as the wallpaper app, but for a different app, obviously. And that worked! It doesn’t pick up the user’s system language choice, I guess, in installing, but as long as you know to set language, too, when you’re setting it as a your screensaver in the first place, you’re good to go! Thank you, Sebastian, for such a quick response!