Atomic Clock app

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  1. testcard, Nov 7, 2017
    Last edited: Jun 14, 2018

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    testcard

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    The Atomic Clock (Gorgy Timing) app has been around for ages, but the recent update brings Apple Watch support. You can now have a watch face with hours, minutes and seconds, and it allows customisation in the display. To have it appear as the default wake face go to the Watch app General > Wake Screen > On Screen Wake Show Last App > Always. It could be a battery killer so I’ll keep an eye on it.


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  2. Goalieed macrumors member

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    I️ purchased the app, but I️ keep getting a “Time Server could not be reached” error. I’m not on wifi, but on LTE (T-mobile USA).... I️ tried switching to other time servers but all give the same result. Please fix?
     
  3. testcard thread starter macrumors 68040

    testcard

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    You should probably try again when your iPhone is on Wi-fi. Sounds like T-mobile is blocking access to the Time Server.
     
  4. Marconelly, Nov 7, 2017
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    I'm surprised Apple allowed this. I sort of remember there being some rule that the 3rd party watch app can't have a primary feature of telling the time.
     
  5. testcard thread starter macrumors 68040

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    I’m surprised too. The app has been around for years and I wasn’t even sure it was still supported. It remains to be seen if Apple allow the Watch app to continue.
     

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