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I use the small Sense Analog clock available from the market. The standard sense analog clock that resembles the HTC clocks is just too big. It takes up half the screen, and I like having as many apps on my home page as possible.
Plus I don't like using multicon bc I like seeing the names of the apps, it looks cleaner.
The small sense analog clock is big enough plus gives you all the info you need, like % battery left, weather, etc. I love it.
That's a picture of it. It comes it different colors. And this guy has a basic set up, without the weather and battery % etc. But that gives you a rough estimate of the size of the clock.
I'm opposite. I don't mind the big clock/weather widget size due to the fact that I don't like clogging up the entire screen with apps. I think that looks messy.
I do the same with my desktop though. The only thng I have on my desktop is the recycle bin and a weather widget as well.
This is basically what it looks like. Looks like it's stretched out sideways though.
My home screen looks like that but there's only 4 apps on it instead of the 6, like shown
The reason I like that clock/weather widget is because when you take your phone off of standby, the app creates the weather conditions on your screen. If it's raining, it'll create rain drops on your home screen, if it's sunny, the sun will start shining, windy... leaves will blow from one side of the screen to the other...
I think it looks pretty nice