We make software for Apple's OS X. Specifically, we make desktop clock software for Yosemite and later. Sure, the Apple Watch is great for when you are not in front of your computer, out roaming about the countryside. Our clocks are for when you are working, where you spend most of your computering day. As desktops have gotten bigger, spanning multiple displays, we feel a desktop clock that fits seamlessly, subtlely, yet not annoyingly, into our daily desktop environment is long overdue. We hope you do, too.
Ever get lost in your work so completely that you lose sense of time and space? We do—almost every day. That's part of the reason why we've developed these clocks. They provide just enough of a notification to let you know where you are in the passage of your day without interrupting your focus.
The clocks you see here are two of the first clocks we've designed. On your desktop, the clock you choose appears under all windows but just above of background and icons. You can choose to have them come to fore every hour or at selected times. At first glance, it appears as an overly simple, faceless clock. It is actually a bit more than that, as you will come to experience. There are lots of customizations, a wide array of complications, and subtle behaviors to make your computering day just a bit more enjoyable.
You can see the clocks of LucidTime, version 1.0 here.
Several more faces are currently under development, which will be available upon initial release, and many others are planned. Most are conventional. Others are bizarre. Yet all of them are and will be elegantly simple. While we put the finishing touches on our clocks, you may want to follow A Blog To Watch; this site has provided us with some great inspiration and new ideas.
Our clocks will be available via Apple's Mac App Store at reasonable prices. And once you see them, we look forward to hearing your feedback and suggestions to make our clocks even better.
We think you're going to love these clocks.
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All we need is your email address. All you need is a Mac with OS X 10.10 or later.