SPB Shell 3D on Android (which I loved). Now they have released another one, this time in the form of SPB Time - a port of the original Windows Mobile for Pocket PC release. For most parts, SPB Time is similar to the ones already released on other platforms with very minor differences, so this review is more or less applicable for all versions of SPB Time on all platforms, including Symbian and iOS.
SPB has been aggressively pursuing new releases on the Android and iOS platforms. We have already seen the release of SPB Shell 3D on Android and SPB Wallet on both iOS and Android platforms - both great applications well worth the admission price. With SPB Time, SPB aims to provide smartphone users with an alternative clock application. What's so interesting about a clock app I hear you ask? After all every smartphone, or even bog standard phone comes with a clock.
SPB Time for iOS, SPB Time for Android is an advance skinnable time application with a number of useful features. The features included with SPB Time are extensive. You get both analog and digital clock modes, world clock, a stopwatch, countdown timers, alarms and a calendar for moon phases. All these features are accessible via the aforementioned pull up menu. Exclusive for the Android version are homescreen widgets for both analog and digital clock (both skinnable), alarm and moon phase.
SPB Time is a well made clock application. Most of the features here can be replicated using various freeware applications; but what SPB has done, and done well they have, is packaged all these useful tools (and then some) into a well executed package. For only £0.99/US$1.99 (the promotional price for two weeks) on the Android Market, SPB has done it again - creating a product that offers plenty of value.