Nite Time - a simple night clock for your nightstand with flashlight

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  • Last update: 5 years ago
  • Version: 3.0
  • Size: 2.6 MB
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
  • Author: Nick Fanger
  • Content rating: Rated 4+
  • Languages: English
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Nite Time - a simple night clock for your nightstand with flashlight Review

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Nite Time - a simple night clock for your nightstand with flashlight Review

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An insanely simple clock app to place at your bedside. Big clear numbers, easy to read in the dark. Looks great in landscape or portrait. Perfect for your nightly docking / charging.

This app puts the time first and gets the rest out of your way.

-All new for iOS 8
-Supports landscape and portrait orientation.
-iPhone 6 optimized.
-Red digits easy to read at night.
-Brightness controlled by a swipe up or down.
-12h or 24h clock supported.
-Battery icon indicates charging and battery level.
-Display Date.

In the settings pick and choose what you want displayed. Remove everything for a simple to read bedside clock.

I use this app every night. I love it so much I'm giving it away for free, to you!

Upgrade in the app to unlock these new features:
-Are your eyes tired of looking at the harsh red numbers? Upgrade to unlock 15 new refreshing clock colors.
-Do you stumble around in the dark at night when you have to wake up? Upgrade to unlock a new flashlight feature. You can press the flashlight button or just give your phone a little shake to turn the flashlight on or off.

Thank you for your support. Enjoy.

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    Tj347gvfr
    iTunes
    I tried a dozen dimmable clock apps over a two year period. They all had the same problem - the more I dimmed the numbers, the brighter gray the backgroud became. Even the best of the bunch threw enough light out, from the background, to light up the room. When I woke during the night and glanced at the screen, it was so bright it caused me to squint. Then I had to roll over, with my back to the screen to go back to sleep. Otherwise, I could sense the light through my eyelids. Don't know why I even tried another app. I had given up up on finding the right one many months ago. Tben I found Nite Time. It is about as close to perfect as I could have expected to find. The background is vastly darker than the other apps I tried - almost pitch black. This one causes no squint whatsoever when I wake at night and no light penetrates my eyelids. Without the bright background of other clocks, I can dim the numbers all the way down with this app and still read them easily - even with the super skinny font, Helvetica UltraLight, which I use. As a bonus, the numbers are very large. I can read them, without my glasses, from several feet away. That's a must for me. For someone wanting a better night's sleep, buy a good mattress and download this app. Kudos to the developer!
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    Catch08
    iTunes
    For the 3rd time in the 2 weeks I've had this app my alarm went off, I hit snooze, then woke up 45 minutes later to a screen that's still on at full brightness and an alarm that hasn't went off again. I thought at first that it was just a coincidence that this happened after starting to use the app. Now I'm convinced it's the culprit. I use the volume or power button to snooze my alarm. There's no way I turned the alarm off myself because you have to tap the screen for that. This app is keeping it from going off. Cool idea. Horrible execution. Looks like I'm gonna have to break down and just go buy a real clock if I wanna know what time it is in the middle of the night.
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    DJR03870
    iTunes
    This app does EXACTLY what it says it does: it displays the time in a very easy to read format. I've used it on my nightstand every night since I downloaded the free version a month or two ago. I continue to use it just as it came because it does a simple thing very well and without any need to fuss - i.e. it displays the time in a large clear red font. Nevertheless I upgraded to the paid version simply because I felt it only right to pay for the brilliance that brought this app into being.

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