This is about Kingdom Two Crowns.
The app is developed by AbFarid.
Features[edit | edit source]
Quick feature rundown:
- Shows current season
- Shows days left till winter
- In winter, shows days left till spring
- Shows precise time till sunset/sunrise
- Convert Roman numerals into Arabic numerals
- Can be installed as offline native-ish app
Full list of features and instructions.
Usage[edit | edit source]
Season tracker[edit | edit source]
Enter your current in-game campaign day (shown in the pause menu) using the in app buttons (or keyboard; only valid Roman numerals):
|−i / +i||jumps a day backwards/forwards|
|−xvi / +xvi||jumps a season backwards/forwards|
You can now see your season related information:
- Current day in Arabic numerals
- Current season
- Days left till winter starts/ends
Day tracker[edit | edit source]
If you'd like to use automatic day progression and/or see daytime countdown to know precise time, use the countdown timer.
- Start - Starts or resumes the countdown
- Pause - Pauses the countdown
- Stop - Stops and resets the countdown
- Reset - Resets and starts countdown immediately (useful for readjusting timer)
Access[edit | edit source]
Access the web app on desktop or mobile browsers.
Installation as native(ish) app for offline use[edit | edit source]
The web app can be installed onto your compatible device (Windows/Android/iOS) as a Progressive Web App (PWA). Doing so enables offline usage of the app.
Desktop - Google Chrome[edit | edit source]
With web app and:, go to the
- Open the browser's menu (the vertical ellipsis ⋮ )
- Click "Install Daeg-Mael"
- Confirm with "Install"
This immediatelly opens the app in a separated special Chrome tab, that runs the app offline. It also adds a shortcut so you can access the app any time clicking ⊞ Win and searching for 🔎 "Daeg Mael".
Mobile - iOS[edit | edit source]
On iOS, open the web app in Safari and:
- Tap the "Action" button (a square with arrow pointing upwards)
- Find and tap the option + "Add to Home Screen"
- (Optional) Rename the app, and
- Tap "Add"
This will close Safari and add the web app icon to your Home Screen.
Optionally, if you're on a mobile device (Android/iOS) you'll see a button with an LED icon, that will enable the always-on display (AOD). This will remove the unnecessary UI element and keep your screen awake untill you press the button again. There's a basic OLED screen burn-in protection enabled, where the content will move around once a minute.