Retro Analog Clock - A full-featured anti-aliased highly-customizable analog clock for your for your home screen.
Comes with an editor to be run on your PC, called REdit (surprisingly a shorthand for Retro Edit), to assemble custom clock files and edit existing ones (see this short tutorial)
CT AlarmClock- simple and inexpensive alarm-clock which is more convenient than standard Windows Mobile alarm-clock. This flexible utility allows you configure the daily alarms as you like!
Multiple Alarms. CT AlarmClock supports unlimited number of once and recurring alarms.
Flexible Sound configuration
QuickTimer is a simple but efficient countdown timer allowing a time to be set quickly, or previous times to be reused. Once the time has expired a repeating alarm will sound until stopped by simple key press. Typical uses include - Egg timer, Game countdown timer, Power-naps, Timing reheating of pre-prepared food, Fixed time exercises (eg running for 30 minutes)
TimeBar, allows you to have a digital time display anywhere on your phone! This time display will stay through all the normal phone menus and not only on the standby display! It is also highly configurable with many useful features
Egg Timer is an excellent Symbian S60 5th application which works on Nokia 5800 XpressMusic, N97, N97 Mini, X6, 5230 and 5530 XpressMusic. A stainless steel timer is good enough to take you out of your bed.The timer comes with an alarm. You can touch and rotate the dial to set the timer
Livecontacts Localizer - GSM Tracker software to change you GSM into a GPS device!
* Know where you are
* Share your location along the way
* Stay connected with people you care about
Livecontacts is the first GPS enabled service that brings you an array of features you can not find anywhere else.
GPS-enabled maps, directions, and points of interest
Gravitation- A Symbian application using accelerometer. That app simulates an hourglass, if you want you can change the time in the menu pane, at end of app the mobile vibrates to warning the user that the time has ended.
Select the time and tilt the device in order to get the virtual sand moving. Here’s a video of Gravitation v1