WorldTimes is a clear and compact World Clock that displays Up to 12 different Time Zones from a database of more than 420 worldwide locations. With a small, understated display, WorldTimes takes up little screen space but always lets you see the time in the places you care about most. Need to know the time in London, Hong Kong and New York? WorldTimes has you covered with space left over for both Tahiti and Belize.
So Many Places, So Much Time Whether you need to know if the office in Singapore is open yet or that bed and breakfast in Zurich is still answering the phone, WorldTimes has the answer. It can show up to a dozen times zones from a database of over 420 worldwide locations.
Your Time Even though you are seeing times all over the world, they are shown the way you prefer. WorldTimes uses your preferred time format from your OS X System Preferences - no configuring necessary. Just because Brussels uses 24 hour time, doesn't mean you have to.
Spring Foward, Fall Back WorldTimes also handles daylight savings time so you never have to ask yourself "Do they spring forwards or backwards in Australia?"
Off the Beaten Path What about out of the way places? No problem. If WorldTimes doesn't have it, it has somewhere closeby - and WorldTimes lets you edit the name so now you are seeing the right place with the right time.
Travel Size And rather than have 12 different clocks spread across your screen, WorldTimes uses a compact display to show a lot of time in a small space.