DrawTime App – How To Make Your Unique Handwritten Clock Widget!

Ever thought about making your own handwritten clock widget?

That’s right, learn  how to make a handwritten clock widget to show on your Android phone/tablet’s home screen.

Steps

1. Download DrawTime app from Playstore (link).

2. The below screen will show up when opening the app for the first time, tap on “Create a new widget” button.

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2. Give the widget a name and tap on OK button.

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3. Then the following screen will show up at which you can draw numbers from 0 to 9 including (:).

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4. Tap on every single number and draw the corresponding numbers.

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You can also change the color and also the thickness of writing by tapping on the “Red Pencil” button.

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5. You must consider your phone’s wallpaper color before choosing the color of your clock numbers.   For example, choosing a black color for the clock number won’t look nice on a dark blue wallpaper and so on.  That’s why I will chose white color for numbers so that it will look nice with any dark background colors.

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6. We’re almost finished in creating the widget.   If we tap on the 3 dots button and go to settings, we can also show date and battery percentage on the widget as well.

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7. Now when we go back to the app’s main screen, we’ll see the addition of two other things to draw which are (%) and (.).  We draw them both.

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8. Now before using this widget, we’ll change its background color from Blue to transparent by simply going to Settings > Background color.

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Rawand Haidar

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2 Responses

  1. John says:

    Wow!
    Really an awesome app.
    Thank you for this review 🙂