Looking to add a Digital Clock widget to the iPhone home screen but can’t find it? This is because the stock Clock app only provides the analog option. In fact, you can choose to display the current time, the time in a chosen city as well as in several cities around the world. But all of them are only available in analog format!
Digital clock widget on iPhone and iPad
Unfortunately, iOS 15 did not add digital functionality to the native Clock widget. So, if you want to display the current time in digital format on the home screen, you need to use a third-party app.
How to get a digital clock widget on iPhone
Use the list available below and download one or more apps using the direct links from the App Store:
- 1. Widgetsmith (Custom widges that include digital clock widgets)
- 2. Color widgets (Custom widgets and icon changer for iPhone and iPad)
- 3. FlipClock (Clock display on large screen with seconds)
- 4. Digital clock widget (Stylish digital clock widget)
- 5. World clock time widget (Global Time Zone Calculator with Digital Clock Widget for iPhone. Seconds on widget require activation of premium subscription.)
- To update (this list is open use the comments section)
How to add a digital clock widget on iPhone
- After downloading one or more of the above apps, you need to open it and set up a digital clock widget.
Most apps come with multiple sizes, color options, fonts, and themes.
- Then open the Home screen edit mode, by long pressing an app icon or an empty spot on the screen.
- Press the + icon available in the upper right corner of the screen.
- Search the app name with which you created the widget and add the appropriate look.
- Finally, long press the widget and go to Edit Widget.
- Choose the digital clock widget that you previously created.
Have you managed to add a digital clock widget to your iPhone or iPad home screen? What app are you using? Do you have a better recommendation than the ones mentioned in this article? Use the comments section and share your comments.
Related: Get white or black widgets on iPhone running iOS 15? Here’s how to fix them.