Try troubleshooting (reinstall the clock, the Clockology app, reset to defaults) Check the settings of the clock to see if something has changed.
This could be due to different circumstances. If a clock has too many layers or the images used are too high in resolution, your app could crash
In your image editing software like Photoshop, create an document that is 200px high X 1600px wide. Separate that strip into 8 equal squares that are 200px X 200px each. Center each moon image within each square and import your strip into the moon phase image layer in Clockology. Here is an example that you […]
Depending on your iCloud Photo Library settings, you may discover that your transparent images have a white background instead. If the “Optimize Storage” setting is enabled on your device, transparent image files will automatically convert into lossy JPEG images with solid white backgrounds. There are 2 solutions: Choose your image files using the “Browse Files” […]
Move your clock files to iCloud for automatic backup or copy/move the clocks to another location. (ie: Dropbox)
Clockology needs permissions to access your location for weather and your activity for health data. Please double check Settings > Privacy > Location Services > Clockology (for weather) and Settings > Privacy > Health > Clockology (for health) verify Clockology is allowed to read this data. If these settings are not showing under Privacy please […]
Yes, it works great. You can freely edit your clocks while saving them to your iCloud Drive. Once you exit the editor, your clocks will automatically sync to to your other devices if you’ve saved your clock to your iCloud Drive.