Desamber 4+

Visual clock

Coda Labs Incorporated

    • 4.9 • 18 Ratings
    • Free


An alternative time format and mesmerizing visual clock.

Desamber is a time format invented by Devine lu linvega.

Each year has 26 months of 14 days each. Each month is denoted by a letter of the alphabet: A - Z.

Each day is divided into 1,000,000 pulses. For example, noon is 500:000, 6AM is 250:000 and 6PM is 750:000.

"In the decimal format, the shortest pulse equals 86.4 milliseconds, the second shortest 864ms and so on. 1 beat, or 1000 pulses, is equivalent to 86.4 seconds, or about 1m26s. A second is equivalent to 11.57 short pulses." - Devine


This app shows a visual representation of the Desamber time format on iPhone, iPad, and Apple Watch.

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What’s New

Version 1.0

This app has been updated by Apple to display the Apple Watch app icon.

Ratings and Reviews

4.9 out of 5
18 Ratings

18 Ratings

Hsxefuddcfghsfdadf ,

Mesmerizing to say the least

The app is absolutely amazing! I love this new concept and wish it were more widely used. I am writing this review to request a widget for the app. This way we wouldn’t have to go into the app to see the time, which hasalways been an issue. Having it on the Home Screen would be the cherry on top!

DroskiiNawf ,


Honestly, this is more of a suggestion than it is a review. I noticed that when the line comes to an end it “magically” appears where it began. So I was wondering it the 2D model would work as a 3D model as a sphere or cube just to see/ gave a full rotation effect

KaminoWinterfrost ,

Uniquely Pleasant

An interesting concept. Although this time concept won’t fully replace out current time format, it’s a unique experience to check on the time in this app from time to time. Somehow visually pleasant and relaxing to look at the time moving in another format.

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