December 17th, 2011.
Hello, and happy holidays from Watchmaker Dev! To help you get into the holiday spirit, we have released a minor update to Kinetic Clock. After downloading today's update, you will find two brand new holiday skins.
That's not all though. In the pictures above, you may notice a really slick looking holiday dock. We've also made some slick holiday docks to use with your Android launcher of choice. We've put together a set of six skins, and we hope you enjoy them.
Download the set or indidual skins over here.
Many thanks for your support, and have a safe and happy holiday season.
October 25th, 2011.
We love widgets, and we love Halloween. For well over a month (OK, 51 days exactly, but who's counting?) we've been working quite hard on our 2nd app. We're beyond pleased with the final result, and despite the fact that yes, it's just a clock widget, we put a ton of thought and detail into it. There are plenty of Halloween clocks on the market, but none quite like ours. We really wish we could have had it out a few days sooner, but we wanted it to be perfect. So, dear Android users, we give you, Halloween Clock.
October 23rd, 2011.
First, we'd like to thank everybody that has purchased Kinetic Clock. We cannot tell you all enough how much we appreciate the support. Kinetic Clock was our first app, and we're very pleased with the response -- it's very encouraging, so, thank you. And another thank you to everybody that took the time to email us. Even if it was very brief, your feedback and comments are invaluable.
Shortly after we released Kinetic Clock, we started in on the next widget. And after weeks of work, we're just about ready to drop our next widget onto the Android Market. We're very excited about this one, and we can honestly say there isn't anything else quite like it on the market, and It should be available very soon. We would love to share a preview, but we don't want to spoil it. We will however leave you with this: