By Ronan Stark

  • Category: Utilities
  • Release Date: 2017-11-15
  • Current Version: 1.4
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 12.13 MB
  • Developer: Ronan Stark
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 11.0 or later.
Score: 4
From 106 Ratings


A simple Clock/Information Interface made to take advantage of the iPhone X Super Retina OLED display. Keep track of time, add a personal note, check the weather, add icons or images to the Information Interface. The interface takes minor jumps each minute (3 pixels), this is built as a safety measure for OLED panels. OLEDX is energy efficient, by using the most efficient methods to accomplish it's main purpose, OLEDX achieves very low power consumption. The iPhone X OLED screen makes it possible to have zero light emitting from pixels that are not being used, the entire screen will look completely black while the information interface will be lit. Features: -Display Time and Date -Current Weather Face -Display Battery Information -Display Icon or Personal Note -Display Image -Analog Or Digital Clock -Proximity Sensor Monitoring -Energy Efficient -Multiple Faces -Face color customization -Star Roofs -Adjust brightness of the interface by panning up and down across it. And more. Star roofs once set will go into a slide show mode and will loop through the set, this is done in order to prevent a single roof from being displayed for extended period of time. The Settings button lights up on and off when you first enter the app, but you can tap on that position of the screen anytime to access the settings menu. Screen brightness can be adjusted by panning up and down with your finger across the screen.



  • Love it, but needs horizontal support

    By PLHfor3
    I love this app. It’s absolutely awesome for the OLED panel. I do ask one tuning though for a 5 star rating. Please add horizontal support so on the Xs Max, that on some chargers needs to lay horizontal to charge in a case, the app still works.
  • Does not work with bedtime feature in Apple clock app

    By Nothing Creative Comes To Mind
    My goal was to get rid of my bulky alarm clock that is taking up valuable real estate on my tiny night table. Since the bedtime feature in the Apple clock app debuted I have used that as my daily alarm clock. They have nice soft tones to wake up to. And they gradually get louder and wake you up in a nice civilized manner. The only reason I kept the alarm clock was to see what time it was in the middle of the night. Recently I purchased my first wireless charging stand and I saw the opportunity to ditch the alarm clock. But since Apple doesn’t have an have an always on display I had to shop around for an app. I downloaded the OLEDX app with the intent to use it as a night stand alarm clock. I want to be able to see the time in the middle of the night and use the phone as an alarm clock. I downloaded the app, followed all the set up instructions, enabled the guided access, then I went to sleep. Next thing I knew I was calling my boss telling him I’m going to be late because my alarm did not go off. Surprising my alarm did not go off. So I thought maybe I just forgot to set my wake up time or turned it off by mistake (even though I’ve been using these settings for over a year). So I did a test, I set a new wake up time in clock app using the bedtime feature. Then I opened the OLEDX app and enable the guided access. The alarm did not go off. If this app is marketed to work as an always on display and to be used as a time piece why would it not allow the bedtime feature in the clock app to work? Don’t make the mistake I did. I tried using this app in conjunction with the native Apple clock app’s bedtime feature and it does not work. I also blame Apple a little bit here. Why do you have nice soft tones available in the bedtime feature of the clock app but in the alarm feature all the tones are startling. That’s not the way most people want to start their day.
  • Always-On

    By Setinhi
    This provides the one thing I missed from my Note8. They are working on a dual-time display. Notification icons aren’t yet possible because of Apple not supporting it.
  • Look Elsewhere

    By Stacy M67
    Clock always reverts back to the standard face. Not too happy with this app. Buyers remorse.
  • Would be great but...

    By ALMonteiro
    Doesn’t feel like an “always on display” when the app auto locks after a few minutes. Can the code be written so that the display stays on even when the phone isn’t being touched, such as many navigation apps (Waze, Apple Maps, etc.)? I want the time to continue to display, whether charging or not, and not auto lock without having to turn auto lock off and on every time I use it.
  • Great App!

    Does what it says. Like that I can have an always-on clock. Been looking for an app like this. Great job!
  • It Killed my battery iPhone 7plus

    By Horsetailsbama
    My Battery was fully charged 100%, unplugged it thru the night had the clock displayed and wake up with battery almost dead. I really liked it but if this is what it does all never use it again, I have an Samsung 8+ with always on, and was hoping this would do the same but if it kills my battery I can’t use it.
  • Wish it had more clock faces

    By BooToo's Mom
    I wish this app had more face kinda like the Samsung galaxy s9 does and more thing to customize
  • Works well, quite nice to have, much room for improvement however.

    By Theworldsworstreviewer
    This app works well, the options, while a little scarce are helpful and easy to understand. But please add weather, it would be so useful to have weather right on the display. Otherwise a great app I use everyday.
  • PRAD

    By Pstdaniels
    I thought this app will use the Face ID on my iPhone X but it rather uses passcode. I don’t like passcodes. Secondly it disables calls.