In addition to telling current time, it supports a settable world time mode (no auto time zone changing, and only one world time), a one time or repeatable alarm, a single event or looping countdown timer, a stopwatch, and even a 100 year calendar (where you can figure out what day of the week a particular day of any month in any year within the range falls on). It has a nifty set of options to show battery level (he’s currently testing color changing icons based on power level vs all white). The feature can be turned on as digital on-screen numbers or shown with an analog pointer where 10 o’clock on the dial is 100% and it moves counter clockwise from there to 12 o’clock for 0% power. A feature I like is that the whole watch face can be scaled larger and smaller. It can be increased where the date rings completely disappear or scaled down where the pseudo watch buttons are shown outside a rather realistic watch face. It was originally made for Android phones with wallpaper support, but with the advent of our round Android watches, it is more at home than ever.
Now mind you, this is an app and not a designer created clock skin to be dropped into your watch to appear with all your other watch faces. It works differently. Because of that it can do many more things. It’s already tapping into battery. It could tap into a compass if our watches had one (it does that on phones and you can change the hands to compass hands with the press of a button). Not sure if it would be possible to read heart rate and pedometer steps on our watches, as that hasn’t been a focal point. It does have touchable areas on the screen, both buttons and swipes, along with overlays, so it shows potential for using the full screen in watch face mode. Enjoy!