World Clock Deluxe displays multiple clocks in a vertical or horizontal palette, in the menu bar or in the Dock, view Internet Time or Coordinated Universal Time, easily add colors and labels to clocks, calculate and convert dates and time units across different time zones and quickly view live weather conditions all over the world.
Do you usually work with people around the world? Do you have friends and/or relatives that live in other time zones? Do you frequently travel out of the country?
World Clock Deluxe is the Mac app you need to save up a lot of time and make your life much easier.
World Clock Deluxe allows you to allot tags and custom colors to clocks, convert between date and time units between different time zones and view the current weather conditions all over the world.
Here are some key features of "World Clock Deluxe X":
· displays multiple digital or analog clocks in a horizontal or vertical palette, in the menu bar, and in the Dock;
· show the time in over 1,500 cities and 200 time zones and world times (Coordinated Universal Time, Internet Time);
· shows seconds, weekday, date, date change, time zone, and the offset from local time or UTC;
· shows daylight-saving time transitions;
· customize date and time formats and assign labels and colors to clocks;
· keeps clocks arranged alphabetically, by time, by longitude, by longitude offset, and by label;
· edit cities and time zones and add new cities and time zones;
· calculate date and time conversions between different cities and time zones;
· show the current weather all over the world.
· 15 days trial
What's New in This Release: [ read full changelog ]
· String representation of dates and times has been fully revised so that clocks support non-Gregorian calendars (10.6 or later) and formats using non-European scripts now.
· The date and time controls in the Time Converter have been fully revised and now support non-Gregorian calendars (10.6 or later), eras, and formats using non-European scripts.
· Custom date and time formats now support non-Gregorian calendars on 10.6 or later. In addition to that, the Before noon/After noon strings are no longer limited to 4 characters.
· Clocks can now show full weekdays and medium or long dates. Weekdays now appear in the language of the region specified in the Region (Formats) pane of Language & Text Preferences.
· While creating or editing clocks you can now see a clock preview.
· You can now configure your local date in the Clocks palette pop-up menu, in the Dock icon menu, and in the World Clock Deluxe menu in the menu bar so that it shows short weekdays and the medium or long date. In addition to tha...