World Time Clock
Quickly see what time it is in your favorite cities around the globe on live start screen tiles, in a call planning tool, or on a map. Need to call your subcontractor in Sydney? What time is it there? Date? When does Daylight Savings Time change there? Coordinate calls with your friends and business contacts around the globe using World Time Clock. Easily see simultaneous times (and dialing codes) in the cities you are interested in for the current time and future times/dates. Don’t strain your brain – use this app to plan your calls. Why this app is different: Simple to use. More functionality for planning calls. You don’t even have to open the app to check the current time in the places that are most relevant to you. With a glance at the live start screen or start menu tiles, you can see the time for up to ten cites of your choosing. Choose your own cities, without having to wade through long lists of places you don't care about. You can add cities that are important to your list of favorites. Unlike apps that only show conversions for the current time/date, our straightforward Call Planner gives you an easy-to-read chart of simultaneous times in cities you choose – for right now and for upcoming times/dates. We provide not only times but also international/country calling codes. Calling a small town that isn’t in the built-in database? No problem. Just click on the map to find the nearest city in the region of interest. You deserve to get your work done without frustration, with easy-to-use apps. Our primary software developer’s decades of work in user interface design mean that our applications are developed from the ground up with your experience at the heart. Download your 7-day free trial of World Time Clock today.More
- Examine details and discover when a place switches to, or from, daylight savings time (a.k.a. summer time).
- Winner of the "Total Innovation" award in the App Innovation contest sponsored by Intel and CodeProject.
- View the date and day of the week, as well as the time of day, so calls across the International Date Line don't get mixed up.
- Add up to fifty cities to your favorites by clicking on a map or typing in part of a city or country name.
- Uncertain about how to spell “Arkhangel’sk”? Don’t worry, with our smart “fuzzy” lookup system you can find bizarrely named cities in a flash.
- With a glance, the color coding shows you if it’s daytime, nighttime, or near sunrise or sunset.
- Display time using a 24-hour clock or using AM/PM.
- You can choose to see just basic date and time information; or, include more details such as country names, international dialing codes, time zones, and sunrise & sunset times.
- There are huge variations in daylight savings time (a.k.a. summer time) policies in across the world; this app can help avoid problems such as missed calls.
- An internet connection is not required for most operations.
- If you have an internet connection, World Time Clock synchronizes your list of selected cities across multiple devices using very little bandwidth.
- Quickly sort or rearrange your city information as desired.
- Don’t get stuck with just a list view or just a time zone map. We give you the flexibility to see your information on a map, in your list of favorites, or in the call planning chart.
- Refined to take advantage of Windows 10. All features work when then application window is full screen or reduced to a small window.
Improved the call planner to start with the current hour. Now you can pin live clock tiles for up to ten cities on your start menu or start screen. Rewritten and optimized for Windows 10. Runs on Windows 10 desktop computers and tablets. This universal Windows app is also designed to work on high-end Window 10 phones. On early tests with a prerelease version of Windows 10 for mobile phones, World Time Clock was not always given enough background processing time to keep the start tiles live; so, you need to limit the number of, and your dependence on, live start screen tiles on phones. On slow devices phones and tablets), do not add more than ten cities to your favorites and avoid pinning more than a couple cities to your start screen; otherwise, the app performance will be sluggish. More investigation and improvements in this area will be made after Microsoft officially releases Windows 10 for more phones.