iClock
iClock
5.7.1

4.9

iClock free download for Mac

iClock5.7.1

02 May 2020

Customizable menu bar clock, calendar, alarms, timezones and chimes.

Overview

iClock replaces the old Apple's default menu bar clock with more features, customization and increases your productivity.

Features:
  • Have your Apple or Google calendar instantly available from the menubar. Add and display all events in TinyCal with a click in the menubar
  • 2 types of calendars (TinyCal or BigCal calendars) accessible from the menubar to help you see and easily edit your schedule and events
  • From the menubar tap the Time to see the local time and important info for any cities in the world in a handy customizable menu
  • 'Take 5' is a break or pomadoro timer to remind office workers to take a few minutes to get up and more around or exercise for health
  • Have the day, date, and time in different fonts and colors in the menu bar
  • Global Scheduler: helps you arrange the timing of international meetings to fit everyone's schedule
  • Set alarms instantly from the menubar for cooking eggs, making meetings, errands or anniversaries
  • Countdown timer, stopwatch, and floating clocks on your desktop
  • Floating clocks can be analog or digital. Analog has dozens of clockfaces
  • In all these mini-apps customize the time/date in all the ways the Apple clock cannot
  • Add an Application menu to the menubar (like in OS 9) to allow seeing all running apps and switching to them
  • Customize BigCal colors, size, etc. to your liking add your favorite photo and print 1 to 12 month calendar for your wall or friends
  • Automate Apple's Light/Dark mode with sunset/sunrise or custom schedule
  • All options above can be turned on or off and customized in hundreds of ways to meet your needs
  • Many other features. Give it a free try.

iClock is about productivity but not just about business! Enjoy moon phases, chimes with sound effects like Big Ben or a cuckoo clock, and an application menu to see all running applications and switch to them.

What's new in iClock

Version 5.7.1:
  • Fixed location permission issue which brought error dialog up instead of permission dialog.

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168 Reviews of iClock

5
bungle
09 August 2019
Version: 5.2.3

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Really one of the best "little" apps I've found on a mac. Does what appears to be a simple thing (making date and time really accessible) very easy. iClock also has an excellent balance between being ridiculously over customizable vs having to just take what you get - it has a lot of little knobs and switches you can tweak to make it suit your setup perfectly without being overcomplicated. I don't use every single one of the features normally - but the joy is that I don't have to; it lets me pick what is useful to me without forcing stuff I don't need to the front. Great support as well - if you should report a bug (and to be fair, I only found 1 in the 5+ years I've been using it), you'll get an actual response and probably a fix pretty quickly. Overall, this is how software should be. :)
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5
Msealey
26 September 2020
Version: 5.7.1
At first you may think that all you need is a simple system clock. Until you start to use iClock. Then you'll see what you're missing. iClock does what it claims - and that's a lot! And it does what it does very well. It's easy to use, well designed, stable, and well worth the price.
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5
Wgibson648
12 September 2020
Version: 5.7.1
I originally wrote a review on 2 August 2017, for version 3.5. At that time, I gave it 5 stars and said that I loved the app (having used it since before Plum Amazing acquired it). I still give it 5 stars, this is the best "replacement app" in the entire suite of functionality added to iOS. Keep enhancing it!!
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5
reckja
01 May 2020
Version: 5.7.1
Great app. I missed the iMac calendar when they removed the widgets, and this app gives me it back. Also, I need to used a stop watch to time my work and it's nicely built in as a feature. Highly recommended!
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5
DragonMaster
20 March 2020
Version: 5.6.5
Love it!!!!
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5
DragonMaster
01 February 2020
Version: 5.6.1
Love it!!!
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5
dhwebber
19 January 2020
Version: 5.6
I gave it a good long trial. Often what seems fantastic initially does not stand the test of time! What was a great idea just never got used in your day to day computing. That, I am pleased to say, is not the case with iClock. No, I don't use everyone of its abundant list of features, but there are several that I do and now like Copy-Paste Pro, are used daily. No flaws have been apparent and Plum Amazing has always offered great support. I highly recommend you give iClock a trial. You will probably come back and buy.
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5
qwedcxza0
16 December 2019
Version: 5.5
It's very cool, thank you!
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5
bungle
09 August 2019
Version: 5.2.3
Really one of the best "little" apps I've found on a mac. Does what appears to be a simple thing (making date and time really accessible) very easy. iClock also has an excellent balance between being ridiculously over customizable vs having to just take what you get - it has a lot of little knobs and switches you can tweak to make it suit your setup perfectly without being overcomplicated. I don't use every single one of the features normally - but the joy is that I don't have to; it lets me pick what is useful to me without forcing stuff I don't need to the front. Great support as well - if you should report a bug (and to be fair, I only found 1 in the 5+ years I've been using it), you'll get an actual response and probably a fix pretty quickly. Overall, this is how software should be. :)
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5
Aspartamemsgsuck
25 July 2019
Version: 5.1.2
If you deal with people or events in multiple locations around the world, without question, this is the best app out there, period. I've been using it for 17 years(!!) and have seen many useful improvements get built in over the years. (These days I find the Global Schedular is especially useful.)

Sure you can do a web search to check times make a schedule and so on, but once iClock is setup, everything you need is at your fingertips. The attention to detail that has gone into the writing of iClock is amazing, just take a look at all the possible customizations in the preferences. I should add that the author is very responsive and helpful!

If you need more functionality than Apple's default menubar clock, once you've set iClock up and used it for a while you will wonder how you ever did without it!
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5
frank-113
05 July 2019
Version: 5.1.2
Tried after great experiences with CopyPaste and yKey from this publisher. iClock is also a great utility and adds a lot of features to the clock and calendar
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5
crum-david
02 July 2019
Version: 5.1.2
Easy to use. I love the ability to add different cities. Plus the staff is responsive to bug reports, I get an answer within 12 hours of filing one. They give excellent customer support
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4.5
Gazza12
14 June 2019
Version: 5.0.9
Nice app. Lots of customisations and developer responded to problems with Apple calendar sync.
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5
zp-andres
21 May 2019
Version: 5.0.3
Excellent, has everything I could want for in a clock, even moon phases!
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5
lewis-13
16 May 2019
Version: 5.0.3
Great little clock and includes a countdown timer and alarm and chimes on the hour, quarter, half, and three quarters if desired as well as spoken time too.
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4.5
marcplantec
05 May 2019
Version: 5.0.2
dark mode and cool app.
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4.5
lewis-13
16 April 2019
Version: 4.7.5
This is plumb amazing... So flexible with stop watch and links to Apple or google calendar, multiple time zones and ways to display the time. Much better than apple's offering. These guys have done a great job just as they did with copypaste which I have used for about 30 years.
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5
Victoriajz
17 March 2019
Version: 4.7.1
I have used iClock for years and think it is wonderful = gives me just the right information and how and when I want it = can set alarms that are specialized.
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5
Simply Me
09 February 2019
Version: 4.6.6
Very simple to use and has nice features.
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5
Skip-Reed
17 January 2019
Version: 4.6.2
iClock has been a Menu Bar favorite of mine for many years. Because of its continuing improvements - improvements that include flexibility for the user to adjust visual aspects - I have grown across time to appreciate what a stand out app it is! Thank you!
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5
Victoriajz
12 January 2019
Version: 4.6
I have used iClock since it first came out. Over the years it has improved greatly and has even more useful functions. I was just installing the latest version and see it has 'date difference' which is a great thing for lawyers and other people who need to know the number of days to or from another. I use it often to find timezones and relevant times, as an alarm, to know date and time precisely. Highly recommended
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4.5
frans-3
20 December 2018
Version: 4.5.9
Yes, Dark/Light switch in Mojave now remembers the user defined colour of the menubar clock!
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RJC.NJNYC
07 December 2018
Version: 4.5.8
v4.5.8 works better with Dark Mode, except, the New Moon Icon is all white, like a Full Moon Icon?
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frans-3
25 September 2018
Version: 4.5.3
Looses it color settings for time in the menubar when switching from Light to dark Mode in Mojave!
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4.5
amarillo56
27 August 2018
Version: 4.5.1
Very versatile. Was gone a while but now works well and as advertised. Has many valuable features. Frequent updates
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5
Dradrienyouell
23 August 2018
Version: 4.5.1
Like Baron83 below, I have had iClock on my menubar since it was released. I have paid several times acknowledging continuous and persisting daily use. I depend on iClock. .Not only showing date and time they can be in different colors to catch my attention. Highly recommended.
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5
Baron83
17 August 2018
Version: 4.5.1
I've had iClock on my menubar for many years. Sometimes there have been minor problems but Julian has always solved them quickly. I'm always surprised that users don't take advantage of all the preferences, e.g. the drop down of active apps, recent apps and System Preferences plus quick access to iClock Prefs (lots of them) all on the same dropdown. I always look forward to the next update. I wouldn't be without it.
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5
stembo47
30 July 2018
Version: 4.5.1
I've been using iClock for many years, I consider it one of my most valuable applications. However after upgrading to High Sierra I have found iClock disappears from my System Preferences Login Items each time I restart. I'm using a MacBook Pro 2.3GHz. So I have to start iClock from the dock. After some research I removed backgrounditems.btm located in Library/Application Support. I trashed this item, rebooted, but iClock still disappears from the Login items. Any suggestions on a fix for my disappearing iClock in Login items?
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5
Ppappas
25 July 2018
Version: 4.5
I am another long time iClock user since it's early days. So much better than Apple's stock clock functionality. I really like the floating clocks so I can see other time zones.
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5
hwgray
14 July 2018
Version: 4.4.1
I've used iClock since its origin in the days of System [number], before OS X. My only complaint is that I _vastly_ prefer the original icon to the current one.
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4.5
lep19@mac-com
24 May 2018
Version: 4.3.5
I have used iClock for many years and fine it to be a perfect addition to my Mac. Over the years the app. has been updated regularly and I have never had an issue with its use. I would highly recommend its use for anyone.
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PhilipE5836
19 March 2018
Version: 4.2.5
I object to paying when forced on me out of the blue.This is an annoying app so I trashed it this morning 19/03/2018 and it closed down my computers.I have just spent 2 hours getting the dock up and running as I like..Back to the preinstalled Dock on High Sierra, with my tweeks using Onyx and Tinker Tool,I had forgotten that the Mac Dock is okay with the tweeks. Horrible candy.,not enough donations I suppose but it should not shut down your computers.
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Eric•Woehler
18 March 2018
Version: 4.2.5
MacUpdate Eds - please delete all the fictitious "reviews" below - you know, the ones that have left 4 or 5 stars for their first and only post here. MU needs to maintain credibility - bogus reviews hurt MU!
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Jayaii
16 March 2018
Version: 4.2.4
Would love to evaluate this app (v. 4.2.4) but it crashes on launch on my system (iMac 5K, 32 GB, OS 10.13.3).
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5
gcbernstein2
12 February 2018
Version: 4.1.1
Clever app. Thanks
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4
petro-semenyuk13
12 February 2018
Version: 4.1.1
Convenient and affordable application. I use it for a long time I am satisfied
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RJC.NJNYC
06 February 2018
Version: 4.0.7
love the app and been using for many years, however since last update does not start upon login, no matter what I do on OS X 10.13.3
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5
Wts
01 February 2018
Version: 4.0.7
From Plum Amazing: iClock Pro is a menu bar replacement clock for Apple's default clock and it has many more features.

iClock Pro is an update, total rewrite and improvement to the popular iClock. For example, have the day, date and time in different fonts and colors in the menubar.

iClock is also a kind of centrally located time hub from which many time related functions can be controlled.

iClock is an essential time utility for business people, travelers, and anyone who communicates with people in other time zones.

iClock Pro works in macOS High Sierra ( 10.13.3 ) .

The developer. promptly provides support and help when and as you need help.

Even prior to iClock Pro i have used this application for many years.

On all my Mac's this shareware software is absolutely essential !
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4.5
admin-184
21 January 2018
Version: 3.8
iClock has been a fixture on my Mac for as long as I can remember. The floating clocks are really useful when I'm travelling but also when I'm working with colleagues around the world. I'm so pleased the alarm feature is back up and running, because it's enormously handy. Plus now there are a couple of new features I'm also likely to depend on: the Take Five option when I need to buckle down and get to work, and the Global Scheduler. Thanks, team, for coming up with such clever and reliable tools!
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5
Legrandjulie
04 January 2018
Version: 3.8
A clever and versatile app. Over many years now I've kept the times of where my kids and grandkids live around the world in a neat corner of my desktop.
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5
JoelParker
30 December 2017
Version: 3.8
I have used iClock for years. I needed a clock that provided some specific information such as the numeric day-of-year, since I work on space missions that use that rather than calendar dates. I also travel a lot internationally and work with folks from other countries, so having easy access to the current time in other timezones is essential. On top of all that, the ability to customize the look is great. I'm also very impressed at the communication and very prompt responsiveness of the development team when I have made suggestions.
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5
maxwideman
28 December 2017
Version: 3.8
In case anyone gets misled, this app is now in version 3.9.9, and Julian and his team have been working diligently to further extend its capability, as well as fix a few bugs. In short, I have been using previous versions pretty well since it was first introduced and I love it. I have correspondence with people around the world and so I have several copies of the clock in the top corner of my screen, each representing a different time zone. This way I don't have to try to figure out what time it is at the other end of my telephone or web meeting. It also has many other features well worth exploring. Highly recommended.
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5
NedC
27 December 2017
Version: 3.8
Julian, you just keep getting this better and better. Thanks for all of your efforts.
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4
amarillo56
08 December 2017
Version: 3.8
Had this app for ever. Was sorry that it wasn't updated for too long but finally it is back and as good as ever
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5
asimpson-2
20 October 2017
Version: 3.8
Great piece of software. I have been using it for years and it's WAY better that the standard clock in the menu bar. Being able to see times in multiple cities is very useful. The application menu is something I could not do without.
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5
jlhodes
10 October 2017
Version: 3.5.6
This is a great app -- far superior to the macOS menu bar clock.I've used iClock and iClock Pro since the dawn of time (thanks to iClock, I can even tell you what time that was) and have found it invaluable. (Please note that, MacUpdate aside, the current version is 3.72, not 3.56. That's the best part: each new version contains improvements and increased functionality. I like to think this is attributable to the attention paid by the developer to user comments. We write, he responds immediately (and, if necessessary, incorporates a fix in the next release). Bravo!
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RJC.NJNYC
02 September 2017
Version: 3.5.7
v 3.5.7 link gives v3.5.6
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NedC
01 September 2017
Version: 3.5.7
latest doesn't work!
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RJC.NJNYC
29 August 2017
Version: 3.5.6
Love it and been using for a long time, but last 2 versions can not change colors in menu bar
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5
Aspartamemsgsuck
17 August 2017
Version: 3.5.3
Without question, iClock remains indispensable if you regularly need to be aware of the time in other locations around the world. Sure you can check the time with Siri or on the web, but once iClock is set up with your favorite locations, they are all instantly just one click away. I love having a stopwatch and alarm at my fingertips too, and find myself often using them. My only wish is for it would be for an iTunes sleep timer/wake up alarm. I've been using iClock since 2003 and have found tech support excellent. Recently, when a new version was released, I had a problem with my registration code. Julian spent quite a bit of time assisting me to get it working again. Anyway, I highly recommend iClock! Give it a try!
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frans-3
04 August 2017
Version: 3.5.3
As I said before: Please make it 'faceless', I do not need it in the Dock or App Switcher. I tried it with editing the plist file, that worked but the it would not load at a restart/start of my Mac...
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5
Wgibson648
02 August 2017
Version: 3.5
I continue to like and use iClock Pro. But, long ago (about 10 years) one included feature was for a Stock Portfolio. That has not been included since Plum Amazing has taken over the program. It would be great if that feature might be reincorporated.
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James Bl.
25 April 2017
Version: 3.4.9
Pretty nice clock, simple but unobtrusive. I like the option of verifying time in different cities of the world - it really makes the clock being like a pro. Appreciate these advanced features.
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4.5
Geric
26 January 2017
Version: 3.4.7
Despite it's not very sophisticated interface, the iClock is a great tool, it's convenient and helps a lot while connecting with business partners around the world. I evaluate the app with high score.
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frans-3
09 January 2017
Version: 3.4.6
Please make it 'faceless', I do not need it in the Dock. I tried it with editing the plist file, that worked but the it would not load at a restart/start of my Mac...
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4.5
Gary645
29 December 2016
Version: 3.4.5
Have been using iClock Pro for years and it keeps getting better. Recently had a "glitch" and Julian worked diligently to fix the problem I was having. Highly recommend this App.
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Lvdoc
15 December 2016
Version: 3.4.5
I'd like to like this new version, but I can't adjust the digital format of floating clocks. Nothing happens when I click that button. And I went to their site to try to send a message inquiring about this, but no matter how many times I keep entering the "prove you're a human and type the letters you see below" stuff, it keeps taking me back to that page and giving me new numbers and letters to type. It's not like I've never had to do that routine before, but it's clear that there's no way to actual contact them for customer service via their site. I don't need this grief.
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NedC
27 November 2016
Version: 3.4.3
I'm glad to see it is coming back and just keep getting better..
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kemmerling
01 May 2016
Version: 3.0
How can I delete iClock Pro version 2.0.1 from my System Preferences permanently??
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3.5
Steinar-Helgesen
27 April 2016
Version: 3.0
Give the option to put the desktop time zones on different screens. Please.
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Jimw
22 March 2016
Version: 1.01b7
I got fed up with what I regard as bad support fora flaky and overpriced product since Plum Amazing took it over. I have switched to Calendar 366 Plus and have never looked back.
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Lfrogkisser
15 February 2016
Version: 1.01b7
I like it. Had missed it since El Cap. Bought and paid for it but the code (that I copied and pasted) does not work and I cannot see anyway to contact them. Bummer
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Wts
09 February 2016
Version: 1.01b7
Glad to see IT'S BACK however too bad Julian Miller @ plum amazing can't offer an upgrade/discount price.
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NedC
08 February 2016
Version: 1.01b7
IT"S BACK !!!! and for a beta, working better every update. I have worked with the folks at Plum Amazing, and it seems they are committed to this software. I'm sure when completed, it will be better than ever.
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Jimw
30 December 2015
Version: 2.0.1
Fed up with the poor support and lack of timely updates. I have switched to Calendar 366 Plus at ⅓ the price and fully OS X 10.11 compatible
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2.5
reisberg
08 December 2015
Version: 2.0.1
I, too, was glad to see it back. But 1.01b3 gets confused if you're running two monitors (as I am). When your cursor is on one monitor, all is fine. When your cursor is on the other monitor, it shows TWO versions of the menu clock, with no menu clock on the other monitor. Oops. In the meantime I'm running Meridian (no longer supported, but fine with El Capitan, although not as feature-rich as iClock). I look forward to the next version of iClock!
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Poppayanke
07 December 2015
Version: 2.0.1
Version 1.01b3 (2) is now available. Several bugs from the previous beta have been cleaned up. It's almost there! Thumbs up.
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Poppayanke
16 November 2015
Version: 2.0.1
As noted, a beta for El Capitan is available. It works, albeit with some bugs. Still, great to have it back.
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3.5
D1b
14 November 2015
Version: 2.0.1
The beta for El Capitan is available now: https://plumamazing.com/bin/iclock/iclock.zip
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PJPalmer39@gmail.com
01 November 2015
Version: 2.0.1
As of 11/1/15, Plum Amazing's site says, "iClock especially for El Capitan, Mac OS 10.11 coming soon." May it be so!
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Frankp
25 October 2015
Version: 2.0.1
Agree with Andrewm8, iClock does not work on El Capitan and the "support site" of Plum Amazing's web site is completely useless. I do a lot of international traveling and became dependent on the app. But without an update and without support I can't recommend it anymore.
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Andrewm8
24 June 2015
Version: 2.0.1
iClock Pro is not working with El Capitan - the last OS X it is working fine with is Yosemite 10.10.3
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Albyrw
09 December 2014
Version: 1.1.2
Most people just want a second timezone in their menubar for business or loved ones. If that's you, mclock does that for free, without the bells and whistles. Developer is a nice guy and very responsive. Try it out: https://github.com/palaniraja/mclock
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hwgray
15 August 2014
Version: 1.1.2
January, 2012, e-mail from Julian Miller/Plum Amazing, excerpt: "New Years Special, 35% Off All Software Discount Coupon for Previous Owners This coupon can be used for 1 or more of any products in our store till the end of January." As far as I can tell, since this date, Plum Amazing has charged *nothing* for *any* of its software to *any* previously-registered user. I use CopyPaste Pro, iClock Pro, iKey, KnowledgeMiner, and yType and I've just installed them all into the bare-bones eDrive created by TechTool Pro 7 from OS X 10.9.5, just to see what would happen. When asked for registration, I just used whatever I had. In the case of CopyPaste Pro, for example, I used my registration from 2008. I have no idea why this works for me, but not for anyone else.
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hwgray
15 May 2014
Version: 1.1.2
Now at v2.0.1 w/a new, lame icon.
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Jimw
24 April 2013
Version: 1.1.2
To lamontDakota: Don't know a think about IWatch or even if I would want it. Also, given your significant use of foul and offensive language I will be asking the moderator to remove your post. If you have something to say or disagree with a posting, you can do it without being unprofessional or using foul and offensive language.
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hwgray
24 April 2013
Version: 1.1.2
Now at v2.0.1 for Mountain Lion.
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Jimw
06 February 2013
Version: 1.1.2
Plum Amazing just came out with an upgrade to the product; iClockPro 2.0. No where do I see the offer of a discounted upgrade price for their existing customers, some of which have gone through "the tortures of the dammed" to help them get the bugs out of the previous versions. Instead, If you want the upgrade, you have to buy the product all over again at $18, the same price that new customers pay. The only positive thing about it is that they did not raise the price as well. So much for rewarding their existing customers base in some way for their loyalty!
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hwgray
02 December 2012
Version: 1.1.2
Maxter, I have likewise fialed to find v1.1.6 in the site. HOWEVER, the prefpane that I have is clearly labeled _"v1.1.6"_, but it has no date. OTOH, my installer has a date of "Wednesday, July 11, 2012 11" July 11:18 PM." I didn't get my copy from the main DL page, but from a different page that's been deleted, apparently. On a whim, I downloaded the installer that's on the main DL page and, sure enough, this second installer ALSO is dated, "Wednesday, July 11, 2012 11:18 PM." AND, it, too, installs v.1.1.6. But, the MacUpdate post-date for v1.1.2 is _"2011"_. My guess is that these new people, in addition to hacking up the icon, have also fucked up the download page by not only not updating it to v1.1.6, but also by deleting the update page and then not even mentioning that there IS an update! So, DL the "v1.1.2" installer and see whether it installs v1.1.6 for you, too. Can't hurt. Might help. You never know. FWIW, I''m using OS DR v10.8.3.
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Dradrienyouell
27 November 2012
Version: 1.1.2
My comment is hardly a Review but it leans that way. Modern iClock is almost faultless in showing my time and day but is not reliable for my family and friends in the Far East. However, we find a vast improvement in recognising data and stability. Besides I love some colour at right-hand side of menu bar. I give current iClock 5x* in all categories as the developers have put in more effort and I expect Julian will do better still. I mean this contribution to answer comments of some time ago. This is a 5* essential utility surpassing other competitors. I say this with chagrin as I had to 'repair' my Mac Pro by test-running Restore with only Apple apps for five days – a miserable time without my favourite utilities especially. Adrien UK
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hwgray
17 November 2012
Version: 1.1.2
v1.1.6 now available.
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Aspartamemsgsuck
23 March 2012
Version: 1.1.2
I have been using iClock for years and it works fine with OS 10.7.3... Recently I found there was a problem with a time zone that was incorrect... (It was for Alice Springs/Adelaide Australian time zone. It should show 6:00 pm but it shows 7:00...) I sent a report to Julian but did not get any reply. I do hope that he will update the time zone databases from time to time so they reflect changes (and daylight saving zones). I should mention that I have tested iClock in a beta version Mountain Lion and it seems to work fine!
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fuguen-1
05 February 2012
Version: 1.1.2
Some services from iClock 1.12 seem no longer work with the latest version of Mac OS 10.7.3, such as alarms, schedules, preferences, etc... Is that an update is planned soon? FU
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1.5
Maxter
06 November 2011
Version: 1.1.2
This product has all the functions I would like to see in one app, but the app extremely unstable, and some functions are poorly implemented. - Calendar alerts do not follow iCal pattern. - Not possible to move the Calculator from it's default location. - iClock calendar is ugly
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hwgray
26 August 2011
Version: 1.1.2
The major problem with recent versions of this, which I've used since the beginning, is that updates are FEW and FAR BETWEEN. When it's broken by some random change to OS X, it can be over a year before the required update is provided. You can't help but feel that the author must have abandoned the app without bothering to open-source it, first. It totally sucks to be forced to fiddle and diddle with it, trying to make Prefs hold, THE major problem, IMO. Otherwise, I really LIKE iClock! You absolutely need to get your act together, Julian. Stop half-assing it! Give iClock a complete re-write. It deserves it. A paid update is far better than NO update! -
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monty-3
20 March 2011
Version: 1.1.1
I am in agreement with many other reviewers. This used to be a great product and worked flawlessly. Now it is so troublesome that I finally gave up and uninstalled it. The problem is with the implementation of the time clock. I've tried it on 3 computers, the most recent two being a Mac Pro (2 x 3 GHz Quad-Core Intel Xeon) and a MacPro (i7). After the install, it seems to work fine. But in subsequent reboots, you often end up with NO time. So like the System Preferences->iClock says, you click the Load ALT option and you get the time back. But then on the next reboots you get TWO time clocks. After that it is random--0, 1, or 2 depending on the nuances of electron world. There is no consistency, no guarantee of any clock. I've installed a clean Snow Leopard on the Mac Pro and started from scratch, and it still wouldn't work properly. I've emailed support numerous times with my logs, but recently (last six months) there has been nothing from them. I'm gathering they can't fix this. In short, if you need a reliable clock showing, you need to look at Apple's or some other source.
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Grhsvo
21 November 2010
Version: 1.1.0
This piece of sh*t software ha been bad since day one. Every time they release an update, I sigh and decide to give it another try because I really really would love to have a stable, bug-free utility that does what iClock wants to do. But alas. The time checkbox refuses to remain checked. When you click "Send feedback" you even see a special note "if you are having a problem where the time menu does not appear, then try hitting the button below. Then hit the bug report button above and let us know if the alt menu worked." Did that. Now I've got TWO time menus! There are other issues I have also but this is the most annoying. I would like them to add moon phases to the calendar. I would also like more flexibility in the alarms. In fact the whole alarm are is confusing. It needs a complete redesign and new UI. If this utility were to work properly, I would recommend it. I withhold recommendation now, as an catalyst for them to fix it,.
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Espiridion
28 August 2010
Version: 1.1.0
Given the current promo price on Plum Amazing software, I decided to give iClock another try. Once again it was a disappointment, and not worth the current $10 price. TANKKNIGHT posted that "checkboxes do not like to stay checked" regarding Release Candidate versions. The problem he described still remains: "...date mostly showed up, but the time checkbox mostly unchecked itself and the time would not display..." The RC versions are from about a year ago. Isn't a year sufficient time to fix those bugs? I'm glad I tried iClock for a few days since at first it seemed to work fine. I like some of the additional features iClock offers, but prefer the reliability and stability of You Control. iClock is just too buggy for my needs. If it would work as advertised, it would certainly be worth $10. I liked this software when I was using it in 2003. It added some cool features and there were no (or not many) alternative applications. These days there are plenty of choices that just perform better than iClock, even if today it's called iClock "Pro"
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Frank-Two
28 January 2010
Version: 1.01
I've been an iClock user for many years. Although there were some major problems with the new Pro version 1 beta, this release (1.01) finally works good for me. No preference or display problems as of now and all necessary feature are functional. This one is a keeper.
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Huevox
28 January 2010
Version: 1.01
I have used this for years through all of the OS's. It has ALWAYS worked perfectly for me.
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Grhsvo
09 December 2009
Version: 1.0rc4
I'm constantly surprised by the number of favorable reviews this thing gets. I started using iClock a very long time ago. In earlier years, it was more or less ok though it had some quirks and bug that annoyed me. More-recently, however, I'm totally grumpy with it. Version 1.00rc4 does not work properly at all times with SnowLeopard. At the outset, click the checkbox "All menus enabled." What you get varies randomly. Sometimes all come on, other times they do not or some do. Often, Preferences could not be summoned from the menu bar. At least that bug seems to have gone.
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Andrewm8
05 September 2009
Version: 1.0rc1
iClock 3.05 doesn't work on Snow Leopard on my iMac I have iClock 3.04b3 on my MBP and this one works perfectly with Snow Leopard. Lucky me I didn't update it. Is there any way for us who don't want to pay for Pro version to get the 3.04b3 version download somewhere?
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Pengman
04 September 2009
Version: 1.0rc1
I disagree with previous comments about bloatware. I have been using iClock Pro for quite awhile now and while I have one small complaint about Floating Clocks fonts (the size keeps changing on my iMac) the program has proven itself IMHO. I find this a good product.
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pmfine
06 August 2009
Version: 1.0b21
I do not work for software vendor - just a long time user of the older iClock for over 5 years with no problems so decided to upgrade. While this is still in beta, 1.0bb21 is performing solidly and adds even more useful features than before. The integration with iCal is very clever and it is easy to control how you want both the date and the time to look in the menu bar each with its own colors and fonts and format, etc. My one suggestion if you too are considering the upgrade, is to make sure you completely delete the previous version . This can only be done by doing a restart after you drag the app to the trash. Short of that, some parts of the program stay loaded so this is important to do based on my own experience. Compliments on this upgrade and one very feature rich program! -Peter
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Mac5
28 July 2009
Version: 1.0b21
I would hardly be reading your reply if my email address had changed, which it hasn't in the last 26 years. I stand by by comments regarding iClock Pro, and would post similar comments on other apps I had been using for a number of years that I felt were both over priced and perhaps no longer value for money. iClock had enough to satisfy most Mac users without adding additional features which included a hefty $20.00 fee. These are my personal feelings, and it remains a useful alternative to the basic Apple date & time. Good luck with iClock Pro.
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Mac5
27 July 2009
Version: 1.0b21
I agree with the bloatware comment.. I used this fine little app for a number of years when it was simply iClock. Once it became iClock Pro and they asked for another $20.00 for a few added features, I gave it away. I now use another similar app which is much easier to use and does a similar job. They all eventually get greedy, but they also forget that there is such a thing as choice for many similar types of applications. Some are even free. iClock Pro is much too labor intensive, with too many add ons that most of use have no need of on a day to day basis.
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Frankp
23 July 2009
Version: 1.0b20
Early versions of this product were good. Unfortunately the developer(s) decided to make it bloatware by incorporating a lot of things that aren't needed in a menu bar clock, such as stock prices. In the process of upgrading, they dropped some really basic things, like being able to add many cities to the clock list. I haven't been able to add Dubai or Abu Dhabi since the redesign.
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Syzzygy
06 July 2009
Version: 1.0b18
I sent an iClock Pro trouble report to support@scriptsofware.com and got no reply. I then posted the issue in their forum, and got no response. I do think that iClock Pro is the bees knees when it works smoothly.....which is not that often, however, Scriptsoftware's support really sucketh in my experience. I really do hope that they get their act together and provide user friendly support and finally, a smooth working, bug free iClock pro.
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Mredrup
05 July 2009
Version: 1.0b17
To anyone thinking of purchasing this whilst still in beta, I would suggest you wait. I made the purchase and at this point I couldnt regret it more. It doesnt work 99% of the time. The time function continually unchecks it's self right after I check it. There isnt any help from the developer and subsequent beta versions are very infrequent. It's been about a month since the last one. Before making your choice go to the support forums on the developers website and you'll see how he has no interest in what people are posting.
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Mumember
12 June 2009
Version: 1.0b17
I downloaded this calendar but it doesn't seem to do much. I have 2 birthdays marked in June and there's no color change or anything special on the calendar that would let me know those days are special. I can't find the makers or support on the Web, hence my comments here. I googled iclock pro mini calendar and got 3rd party salesmen, but no maker of this calendar. That's weird.
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Thus-spake-z
09 June 2009
Version: 1.0b17
With 1.0 b17 iClock Pro now works beautifully (at least it does for me). It's nice to see the developer finally conscientious about fixing bugs....a far cry from iClock's earlier incarnation of several years ago when, bug ridden, it would languish forever unattended to. IClock Pro is now a joy to use.
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