What if a clock display was made of dots that moved together to show the time?

Living Clock is meant to be relaxing. It is NOT an alarm clock.

All the dots work together to move to show the time. They rearrange themselves every minute.

- 12 or 24 hour mode
- Built-in fonts
- Built-in wallpaper
- Set dots to emojis or colors
- Choose wallpaper from Photo Album
- Display wallpaper to scale or have it fill the screen
- Enable or disable having the numbers and wallpaper fading out over 30 minutes, 1 hour or 2 hours
- Choose the speed of the dots
- Have the dots arrive at the same time or different times.

Living Clock is intended to be relaxing and/or mesmerizing.

Living Clock can be watched while drifting off to sleep. That is the purpose of the Fade Out feature.

Living Clock is NOT an alarm clock.

To display the settings panel, just tap anywhere on the screen or swipe up. To hide the settings panel, tap anywhere outside the settings panel or swipe down outside the settings panel.

When choosing a font, Living Clock automatically shows only fonts that will fit the current device and orientation. This also means that an iPad can have one font for portrait mode and another font for landscape mode. Living Clock supports only portrait mode on the iPhone.

If an iPad is rotated while dots are moving, the numbers display will be moved to the correct location after all dots have stopped moving.

To reposition the numbers, just long-press when the dots are not moving. A blue rectangle with four arrows will appear. Drag that rectangle to the new location for the digits and release it. If the rectangle is not moved within 4 seconds, it will go away. If dots start to move while the rectangle is displayed, the rectangle will go away.

One important thing to note: if the Fade Out feature is enabled, it takes priority over the Auto Lock duration in Settings. For example if a Fade Out duration of 1 hour is selected and the Auto Lock delay is 5 minutes, the device will Auto Lock in 1 hour + 5 minutes. Please keep this security consideration in mind if the device will be available to others.

App Privacy

The developer, Scott Resh, has not provided details about its privacy practices and handling of data to Apple. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

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