TattvaClock keeps track of the Tattva cycles, showing the exact time when each of the main five Tattvas and their sub-Tattvas start.
- Current Tattva with its timing visible in the MenuBar (although it can be made invisible)
- Sunrise, sunset, and next day’s sunrise time set automatically
- Some parts of the interface can be set to Devanagari and Bangla scripts
- Optional Tattva-cycles available (for instance, starting from Akasha, or from Prithvi, etc.) according to the user’s liking
- Notification by sound and/or voice and/or System Notification when a Tattva starts its own cycle (in the Preferences, each Tattva can be enabled or disabled)
- With a Hindi voice installed (available in System Preferences > Accessibility > Speech pane), notification by voice is spoken in Hindi
- Changing date and time in the ‘Date & Time’ pane of System Preferences, the app will adjust to the new time and date
- Simulation, that is: changing date from within the app to examine the timings of a given Tattva
- Apart from the list of a few hundred locations around the world, different locations may be added in order to pair the Tattva-cycle to the sunrise of each location
- Current Tattva-lists may be saved to text-file
- Contacts from ‘Contacts’ app may be imported, in order to make sharing with other people possible
- A brief description of each Tattva is given, with its characteristics.
Being Tattva a matter of opinion, the author of the software and AsramSoftware cannot guarantee the validity and accuracy of the information given in the application; nor can they be held responsible for the appearance of any inaccurate (ethical, philosophical, religious, etc.) information, or for the use of the information contained in the application.