The Clock - The Best World Clock
By Fabrice Leyne
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"Excellent, well-thought out." - soulbarn - USA
"The most useful and used App on my Mac" - leolink - Australia
"Excellent world time clock app." - Xistenshal - UK
"…If you work with people in different time zones, then this app is all the more useful for you, and worth the price tag it carries." - addictivetips.com -
∙Keep track, easily and efficiently your contacts in different time zones.
∙Have a quick view on a Calendar.
∙Easily setup meetings with the Back to Time feature.
∙Have a highlight on Business Hours and Holidays of your subcontractors, customers...
∙Have a little help to Take a Break.
∙Optimized to minimize the Energy Impact to save your Mac battery life.
∙Full Calendar and World Clocks.
∙Back to Time feature.
∙Time offset information.
∙Feature Business Hours.
∙2 Beautiful themes (Light and Dark).
∙Big Digital Clock view.
∙Anchor feature included.
∙Show/Hide the calendar.
∙Change the city name as you wish.
∙World Clock time zone, as well displayed in the menu bar.
∙Keyboard Shortcuts for most common actions.
∙The Calendar with or without Calendar Week.
∙Drag & Drop the world clock to order them as you want.
∙AM/PM or 24Hours.
∙Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow display.
∙Show/Hide country name.
∙Beautiful clock face.
∙Define holidays of your friends, colleagues, subcontractors, …
∙The Calendar display holidays of your colleagues, friends as per defined in your world clocks.
∙Follow the system setting for Calendar first day of the week.
∙Feature Take a Break.
∙Retina display friendly.
If you wish to place The Clock anywhere in your menu bar, visit my website to know how. Free magical add-on now available for The Clock customers.
What's New in Version 2.7.1
Exclusive, Free add-on to place The Clock or other items anywhere in your menu bar.
Only for The Clock customers. Check my website : www.seense.com/barsoom/
[Bug Fix] Mistakes related to time zone for Guatemala.
[Bug Fix] Link to App Store was wrong.
[Bug Fix] Other small Bug fixes.
Everything I need
I finally got fed up with the default OS X clock/date menu item. I constantly click the date/time expecting to see a calendar as I do by default with W7 (which I use at work for 8 hours a day, so it is ingrained in my reflexes). I love how this app gives me that quick-view calendar option along with the multiple time zones that I need. There are more features as well that I will probably play with in time to come (such as the working hours, which looks useful), but at a basic level this app meets all of my needs and expectations for what I was looking for. I do wish I could move/replace its location with the now-turned-off OS X date/time location, but that is a limitation of OS X (but there’s an app for that!).
I've been using The Clock for several months. Terrific app! It consolidates a lot of useful information into a single Menu Bar extra. One click on my Menu Bar lets me see time zone info as well as a useful (and easy-to-read) calendar. Time zone info can further show business hours and holidays in that zone, and it's easy to relabel time zones to be easier for you to identify (example: rename "Los Angeles" to "U.S. Pacific Time").
The only small thing I'd like is if the displayed calendar icon included both the day and date like [defunct] MagiCal did. Otherwise this is a pretty perfect application for me.
Perfect for Global Responsibilities
I've been using The Clock for ~8 months I think. It's amazing and here is why!
-International Responsibilities. I manage teams in many continents. Having a dropdown menu from the bar with every city's time zone I need is a huge timesaver. Huge!
-Calendar Dropdown: Also a huge timesaver. I have to look at dates often and being able to do a dropdown from the bar for a quick glance is great!
-Day, Date & Time on my menu bar!!!
Nuff said. Keep it coming!
- Category: Productivity
- Updated: Mar 04, 2014
- Version: 2.7.1
- Size: 2.2 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: Fabrice Leyne
- © 2011-2014 Fabrice Leyne
Compatibility: OS X 10.7 or later, 64-bit processor