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Newest update to Google's Clock app brings more neutral colors and bug fixes

Google's Clock application is now getting updated to version 4.0.2, which will bring "more neutral colors" to the app along with a few bug fixes.
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July 15, 2015
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Now that Google has brought its official Clock application to the Play Store, the app finally has the ability to receive incremental improvements outside of larger OS updates. Today the Google Clock is getting updated to version 4.0.2, which will bring “more neutral colors” to the app along with a few bug fixes.

As you can see in the screenshots below, the app now sports a more blue-violet/red color scheme rather than the lighter blue/hot pink color scheme. The app still functions the same, and no other big changes have been made other than what you see in the screenshots.

Additionally, Google has also released a fix for the pesky timer button issue, along with a fix for the duplicate provider installation issue. Again, this isn’t a huge update, so don’t expect any breakthrough features here. Version 4.0.2 is now available for all to download in the Google Play Store, so be sure to grab the update by following the link below.