World Clock App

Price: $2.99

Infomation

Category:
Travel
By:
Axel Wolf
Version:
1.0
Released:
2016-01-29
Shared:
2016-08-22
Size:
6.0 MB
Download:
440
Compatibility:
Compatibility: OS X 10.7 or later, 64-bit processor

Description

Softmatic World Clock is the last world time clock you'll ever need. Live search for locations, a glorious full screen mode with up to five clocks and support for all screen resolutions including Retina - all in one package. The full screen mode is particularly attractive. Use your own backgrounds, like a company logo or motto, and put it on display in conference rooms, the cafeteria, or the lobby.

World Clock installs into the menu bar. Left click the icon for list of locations, right click for context menu.

***** Live Search *****

Start typing and World Clock suggests cities, countries or landmarks. You can also simply enter a three letter airport code. All location and timezone data is retrieved in real time.

***** Status bar display *****

Choose between local time, time at first location or live clock icons (tip: hover over icons for readout!).

***** Full Screen *****

Up to five different timezones. Pick from different predefined clock faces and backgrounds or use your own images as backgrounds. Exit full screen mode with ESC.

***** Retina Ready *****

All graphic assets, clocks and maps are supplied in normal and double resolution. Works with all display sizes and resolutions.

***** Time zones *****

Supports all known time zones, even 45min and 30min offsets like in India. Corrects for DST.

***** Locations *****

Set your own display names for locations, like "HQ" or "Branch" or the name of a relative or friend.

System requirements: Mac OS X 10.7 "Lion" or higher.
Language: English

Note: App requires Internet connection for timezone data.

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Infomation

Category:
Travel
By:
Axel Wolf
Version:
1.0
Released:
2016-01-29
Shared:
2016-08-22
Size:
6.0 MB
Download:
440
Compatibility:
Compatibility: OS X 10.7 or later, 64-bit processor