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6 Best Clock Screensavers

Posted on January 29th, 2012 by saf

  1. Simon Heys – World Clock

    Word Clock is a typographic screensaver for Mac OS X and Windows. It displays a fixed list of all numbers and words sufficient to express any possible date and time as a sentence. Word Clock displays time by highlighting appropriate words as each second passes. There are two display modes; Linear and Rotary.

  2. Fliqlo

    Fliqlo is one of the most neat time showing screensaver. You can change font size using up/down arrow keys. You can toggle between 12hr & 24hr format using left/right arrow keys. Fliqlo is available for both Windows & Mac.

  3. Grid based Clock screensaver

    One of the most confusing clock screensaver. It takes sometime to figure out the time. It fills rectangles to display time. It has something in it which makes you eyes glued to it.

  4. Polar Clock

    Polar clock displays the time and date in a series of concentric circles that gradually complete. The different circles change colour as time passes making this quite an addictive screensaver. It is available in 28 languages with lot of customization options.

  5. World Clock

    World Clock Screen Saver shows your local time on its big central clock and adds five major time zones (Los Angeles, New York, London, Dubai and Tokyo) on smaller clocks placed around it. It is available only for Windows.

  6. Clockr

    Clockr uses random digit images from Flickr to display the current time. It is available only for Windows.

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