Android: Daydream mode is an underutilised feature on Android, but Dashclock makes it much more useful. By adding Dashclock or other Daydream-compatible widgets to your Daydream screen, you can have an always-on display of all the information you want.
As we covered earlier this week, Dashclock is already one of the best widgets you can add to your phone or tablet. Daydream mode automatically kicks in when your display turns off while docked or charging. So, if you have a phone or tablet sitting at your desk, try adding the widgets.
Dashclock isn’t the only widget you can add either. Tumblr, Google Currents and others can plug directly into Daydream mode.
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