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✭ The best world clock for Mac with a great design! ✭
• Add any location, or timezone (i.e. CET, EST) you want
• 24-hour and AM/PM styles
• Optional time and location name in the menu bar
• Optional relative dates (yesterday, today, tomorrow)
• Possibility to rename cities (so that you can replace it with the name of the person living there)
• Travel through time using the slider at the bottom of the window, so you can easily figure out the best time to set that meeting with the overseas office.
• Optimized graphics for Retina displays.
“Clocks has a great icon and a clean & simple UI; it also has a great color scheme and is very OS X like. The animations are beautiful with a twitchy second and a white clock face for daylight hours and a black clock face for nighttime hours.”
“Nice, minimal, one thing well, world clock app for your menubar. Need to keep track of multiple time zones? This is worth a look.”
“My favourite feature is one only recently added and that is a slider under the clock display that allows you to scroll time forwards and backwards on all the clocks. Brilliant feature for scheduling meetings within a known range of time zones.”
“As well, a handy little utility for the Mac has caught my eye. Rogue Amoeba has developers in five (!) different time zones, so it can be difficult to keep track of what time it is where. I’ve started using the beautiful little Clocks, from StudioDalton.”
— Paul Kafasis, Rogue Amoeba
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What's New in Version 1.2.4
Fix menu bar bug.
Overall, beautiful, focused and great app. I love the slider functionality, I need it once a day (my clients are in 4 different timezones).
I’ve been using “Timescroller” for the OS X Dashboard for about a year now. It’s not great, but does the trick. It dawned on me to finally look for a better solution, maybe I could hack my system so that a similar world clock would replace my mac’s default one. “Clocks” popped up first, and I bought it immediately.
Works like a charm, does what it says on the tin.
Only caveat, which stole one star from my review: you CANNOT keep this clock right next to the Spotlight icon, unless you install a third-party app like Bartender. I do, and it works just fine, but if you’ve got the expectation it will do that out of the box, you’ll be disappointed. That should be pointed out in the description, by the way.
Easy to use time zone converter
This is a nice and simple Mac app if you’re looking for something like iOS7’s Clocks app. Plus, this one lets you move a slider to compare time zones across the world.
I wish it had the GMT notation as a preference. I’d like to see that.
But it’s a nice app for the money.
The best app I’ve purchased from the App Store
I use this everyday to see what the local time is for my friends and clients around the world. It’s beautiful and works perfectly. The price is really cheap for such great software.