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Product:BigBen S60
Documentation:User Guide, FAQ
Availability:Try & Buy
Price:9.95 USD, free trial available
Languages:English, German
Compatible:All Symbian S60 and Symbian^3 smartphones by Nokia, Samsung, LG, and Sony Ericsson


BigBen is a combined clock screensaver, key lock, and reminder utility for S60 smartphones. The application protects the phone from accidental use by locking keys. The key lock can be triggered by idle time, application switch, and other events. In locked state BigBen acts as a fully customizable screen-saver, with various backgrounds and colors. The provided large digital and analog clocks are easily seen from a distance.

The program also offers visible and audible reminders for missed calls, alarms and messages. Further services include the display of upcoming calendar items, and hourly chime with selectable sound. With BigBen it is possible to make the phone look and sound like the famous tower clock in London.

Major features:

  • Combined screensaver, key lock and reminder application.
  • Large digital and analog clocks easily seen from a distance.
  • Selection of various backgrounds and colors.
  • Key lock triggered by idle time, flip switch, and other events.
  • Visible and audible reminders for missed calls, alarms and messages.
  • Hourly chime with selectable sound.

    NEW in BigBen 1.50:

  • Better compatibility with Symbian Belle devices.
  • Various enhancements for optimum performance.
  • Bug-fixes for smooth operation.

    Press reviews:

    BigBen strikes for S60 (All About Symbian, 03/08/2010)
    Know your time with BigBen S60 (Symbian-Freak, 03/08/2010)
    Big Ben v1.00 - Screensaver clock big enough for low-vision users on S60 3rd & 5th (BlindMind, 03/04/2010)