The SubClock app was founded by developer Leon Do and designer Randy M. Daniel to allow users to fully customize their MacBook clock settings. For example, users can change the settings to include if that day of the week, the month, the year, the hour, the minutes, the seconds, and even the sub-seconds are displayed. Moreover, the device allows users to change the fonts as well, ranging from Courier, Helenia, and Ubuntu — to name a few.
Currently, the MacBook clock setting is extremely limited, offering only the option to change the view to either digital or analog. This customizable SubClock app allows users to tailor their laptops to their desired preference.
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