CyanogenMod cLock Widget Gets Option For Editing Font and Icon Colors

An attractive feature of CyanogenMod 10.1 (popular custom ROM based on Android 4.2 Jelly Bean) is its lockscreen clock widget. Called “cLock” (formerly it was called Chronus) brings information such as date, time, weather, and calendar events on the lock screen. Few more features are coming to the “cLock” widget in the coming update, including the ability to configure font and icon colors for all three panels.
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How it will affect you? If you’re a fan of CyanogenMod (the most famous and well-established of all custom Android ROMs), now you’ll be able to edit the clock widget to suite your needs. You can edit and make it fit with any theme or wallpaper you choose.

We will get these new features in the upcoming nightly builds of CyanogenMod soon. [Via]

 

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