Clocker is designed to help you keep track of your friends and colleagues in different time zones.
-> Search from thousands of cities/street and time zones
-> Customize what you want to see in the menu bar with multiple clocks
-> Add notes to your timezones
-> Edit time zones with your own labels
-> Time Slider
-> Set Reminders for a particular time in different timezone
-> Keyboard Shortcuts
-> Sunrise and Sunset
-> Drag and drop time zones to rearrange, sort by time difference, relative dates and plenty of customization options.
If you've any feedback for me, please feel free to mail at firstname.lastname@example.org
Support for 10.14 Mojave!
Ratings and Reviews
Fantastic replacement for default Mac clock
I’m a Brit living in the USA and find it really helpful to have a quick-reference for what the time is back in Blighty, where my family and many friends are. I tried one or two other apps first but Clocker is perfect. I’ve been using it for months now, as a replacement for the default menubar clock. It looks identical until you click on it, then you get handy info about your favourite other timezones, and a neat slider so you can quickly see how future times line up without having to count forwards or backwards. It’s a simple thing but it works flawlessly and makes life that little bit easier.
A now indispensable part of my day - I've got colleagues spread throughout the world, with logs and metrics in UTC. I'm constantly using Clocker, especially the time slider ("13:23 UTC was what time in Bangalore?"). The only improvement I can think of at this point is a modifier key for the slider to slow it down - I like the 1 minute resolution, but the slider is too sensitive to set an exact time in. It'd be nice if something like shift-slide would slow it down by a factor of X, so I could set a precise time.
Now I love it.
I want to love it. I really enjoy how I can get it to show multiple countries on the menubar but for some strange reason I can't get it to open up automatically every time I turn on my computer even though I set it to open. It will only open when I click on the app and that is annoying.
Update: Now that I was helped with getting it to start up at login I love it. It does everything I need it to do. I love how I can add multiple citites. 5 Stars.
Thanks for the feedback and I apologize for the issue. Can you reach out to me at email@example.com with info about your macOS version?
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.