The 'ttmm' collection of watch apps is more aesthetically pleasing than functional, given their puzzling and ever-changing arrangement of dots and bars. But Albert Salamon's collection of apps enables wearers to change the face to display any one of 15 different face options depending on how much time you have available to solve the cryptic faces.
Tired of "seeing simulations of mechanical clocks and 80' LCD screens," Salamon's 'ttmm' apps are designed specifically for watches with 144 by 168 pixel dimensions, such as the Pebble or Kreyos. Users can upload the various watch faces directly through the Pebble app. The models come in both black and white, are elegantly simply and suave. According to Salamon, the 'ttmm' operates on "pure energy," making them "the most economical and ecologically-friendly" watch ever made.
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