WorldTimes
WorldTimes
1.2.2

4.4

WorldTimes free download for Mac

WorldTimes1.2.2

12 August 2010

Clock displays 12 time zones.

Overview

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. Emphasizing ease of use, WorldTimes handles each location's daylight savings changes automatically, lets the user customize any location name, and incorporates the user's system settings for the default time zone and format.

What's new in WorldTimes

Version 1.2.2:

Fixes all known issues with OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard and OS X 10.5 Leopard

Key changes from WorldTimes 1.2 are:

  • Adds double-click support in the 'Add Location' panel
  • Fixes an error under OS X 10.6 when clicking on city names in the main window
  • Fixes an error under OS X 10.5 and later when choosing 'Japan'

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8 Reviews of WorldTimes

4
gcoghill
12 August 2009
Version: 1.2

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I can't believe this is the only app for OS X that will show, in a compact manner, your specified time zones *and* let you name them as you please. I hate seeing the city names, I needed the major Eastern/Central/Mountain/Pacific naming to get an overview of what time it was elsewhere in general. Would be great if it were made into a "HUD"/bezel style display so it was less obtrusive, but I am not complaining for a free app. The big "metal" window is a bit much though.
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5
Aargl
11 August 2014
Version: 1.2.2
Still working perfectly on 10.9. I can't add much to the previous review: I've just found on FB an old friend who lives in Helsinki, I was wondering what time it is there, launched the app, searched the city, added to the list. Done. Well, the only thing I could ask for could be to search for a city and to see the time there, without adding it to the list (i.e. if you just need it once). Anyway, I haven't found a decent competitor to this app yet. :-)
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5
Skulduggery
12 August 2010
Version: 1.2.2
I have been using WorldTimes since early 2007 when I first discovered it - it has been a constant companion in my struggle to keep track of the timezones me and my clients are in. Its utilitarian, no frills, and down to the basics(KISS) interface ensures that I actually get the information that I need when I need it. It is fast, no junk or unnecessary graphics - it does exactly what it claims to do, it tells time. And it does it well, in one single minimalistic window that does not take up more screen estate than what is necessary. At a glance I can tell if its suitable for me to call my client in Tokyo, Kathmandu or in Juneau. What more could I possibly ask for? Whilst I had problems when I rolled out Snow Leopard (Mac OS X 10.6), a quick email to the developer took care of that. I solemnly recommend this application.
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4
gcoghill
12 August 2009
Version: 1.2
I can't believe this is the only app for OS X that will show, in a compact manner, your specified time zones *and* let you name them as you please. I hate seeing the city names, I needed the major Eastern/Central/Mountain/Pacific naming to get an overview of what time it was elsewhere in general. Would be great if it were made into a "HUD"/bezel style display so it was less obtrusive, but I am not complaining for a free app. The big "metal" window is a bit much though.
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Mukinduri
15 March 2008
Version: 1.2
Really useful. With friends scattered around the world and free Skype telephone calls, World time is just what I wanted. I had found it an annoyance to have to open the time zone info which resides in Apple's systems preferences panel. With WorlTimes I have local times in various cities right on my desktop. WorldTimes is smart enough, for example, to figure out that Arizona does not use daylight saving time and that Venezuela is on permanent half hour daylight saving time. Couple of suggestions for next upgrade. +24 hour time format would be handy. +Any chance of displaying the date too? 5 stars
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5
Shotgunweddings
11 December 2006
Version: 1.2
Excellent work, and for FREE, I have zero complaints. Shareware imitations of this world clock should get a clue before attempting to charge a fee for offering less! Great work, keep it up, I've emailed the developer on a very minor GUI glitch. Otherwise well worth the 5 stars across the board!
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4.5
Yoxi
07 January 2006
Version: 1.0.1
I like this very much, but one thing would really improve it for me - the ability to rearrange the list once made, by moving locations up/down relative to each other. At the moment, new locations get added at the bottom, and it's the bottom one that gets deleted, so you have to work out in advance what order you want your list to be in before creating it.
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5
Dejavue
14 December 2005
Version: 1.0.1
Praise! Praise! After I posted previous review, the Developer got in contact with me with a lightning speed. We exchanged several emails. The Developer was sending me some new versions of this app. I was testing it and emailing my comments back. Finaly, I've got an email where Developer expressed his appreciation with my collaboration in helping him to IMPROVE SIGNIFICANTLY this application. Thank you Artisan Codeworks for your quick and most efficient reaction and improvement! Now, WorldTimes 1.0.1 is one of the little apps I like the most. Thank you! Prof. DEJA VUE
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2.75
Prof. Deja Vue
20 November 2005
Version: 1.0
I was very happy when I saw WorldTimes 1.0 app. I downloaded it immediately. The installation is very simple and I expected it will work flawlessly. But - when I started this app it opened a window showing my local time/place/continent. Excellent, I was thinking. Now, let me add another city, and I hit + button. The next window showed continents and cities - good! I choose one and hit "Add" button - in that moment all entries just disappeared. I tried again there was nothing going on!? Now, after couple hours, I opened it again and it was showing my local time/city/continent and one more, but NOT the one I choose in previous session!? This app needs much more improvement! I will let it rest for a while, until The Orkin Man destroys all the bugs in it! Thank you. Prof. Deja Vue
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