Mosrille Galaxy Grand Talking Clock
Although the operating system provides you with a basic clock and calendar, they can sometimes be hard to reach or read, while the speech function is absent altogether. Thus, if you need a clock that is always visible and easy-to-read, you can make use of a specialized piece of software to add a gadget on top of your desktop.
A modern-looking desktop clock
Mosrille Galaxy Grand Talking Clock is an application designed in order to spare you the trouble of having to check with your taskbar whenever you want to know what time it is. Hence, thanks to the always-on-top attribute of the utility, you are constantly informed about the current time and date.
To make it more visible and familiar, the application employs a sleek user interface, based on the modern smartphone devices. However, despite the good looks, the large window might get in your way when you are using the computer, since it is rather large and it cannot be resized or minimized. In addition, the jagged and rough margins might also turn to be kind of an eye sore on brighter backgrounds.
Hear the current time and date
A useful function built into the utility is its ability to speak the current time and date, using the integrated speech engine. To access it, all you need to do is to perform a right-click on the main interface and select the desired option from the dropdown menu. Beside the time, you can also hear the current date, complete with day, month and year.
Although fully functional, the speech function is somewhat pointless when it comes to implementation, since you gaze at the clock for entire time it takes you to perform the right-click and select the speak option, especially since the entire window is always visible on your desktop.
A simple, good-looking desktop clock
In the end, despite the fact that it provides a rather dispensable service, Mosrille Galaxy Grand Talking Clock does score some points with its looks. However, the fact still remains that it is not too practical to have it hanging on your desktop at all times, due to its large size and lack of a minimization button.