beautiful clock, but needs retina update
DC in NYC write:
### have to knock off a star for lack of a high res update to take advantage of Retina displays. It's a shame for such an otherwise perfect clock to look fuzzy on current screens. ###
The clock is gorgeous, from the pleasing way the bezel is lit and rendered, right down to a subtle, mechanical-looking movement of the minute and second hands.
For those who want to keep this clock on as a display when not using their iPhone/iPod, there's a setting available to "ignore auto-lock". You get to it by going to Settings on your home screen, then scrolling down to RailClock. I use it this way when it's docked at home, as a nice little side clock on my desk.
This is not mentioned in the rather sparse documentation, but (as the screenshots above show) the face changes from white to a soft yellowish glow between sunset and sunrise -- but it uses the sunrise/sunset times from Zürich, Switzerland. I know this because I e-mailed the developer and asked :) The daylight times even adjust through the seasons. For users at a significantly different latitude than Switzerland, though, this might be a fair bit off from local daylight hours.