Desktop Clock
Desktop Clock
2.2

4.0

Desktop Clock free download for Mac

Desktop Clock

2.2
09 January 2019

Easily viewable clocks with multiple styles.

Overview

Desktop Clock is a simple way of knowing exactly what time it is. The look and feel of the clock is very user friendly with many add ons that are always in plain view. This is another app from iLifeTouch that will make your life easier one day at a time.

Features
  • Keep track of your city
  • Add three additional timezones
  • Option to have on top
  • Option to resize clocks
  • 8 Styles clocks

What's new in Desktop Clock

Version 2.2:
  • Bug fixes

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3 Desktop Clock Reviews

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Drdul
28 April 2011

Most helpful

A promising app with one major problem and a few minor annoyances. The big problem is that it behaves erratically with Spaces. At first the clocks appeared in every space as expected, but after a while I was down to only one clock appearing in one space. No amount of fiddling could fix it, including going into System Prefs > Spaces and adding Desktop Clock as an app that appears in "every space." Minor annoyances include the app not remembering clock positions on relaunch, no second hand on any of the clocks, and a menubar icon that is too big and too bright.
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Version 1.0
DKENT213
25 March 2012
An excellent mac application that is both stable, fun and useful. A good range of different clock styles are available and all at a great price. Recommended.
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Version 1.7
Tomq
28 April 2011
Agreeing with Drdul: Clock does not remember position after quitting and restarting. Must have an option to get rid of Menu Icon altogether. Then it will be usable.
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Version 1.0
Drdul
28 April 2011
A promising app with one major problem and a few minor annoyances. The big problem is that it behaves erratically with Spaces. At first the clocks appeared in every space as expected, but after a while I was down to only one clock appearing in one space. No amount of fiddling could fix it, including going into System Prefs > Spaces and adding Desktop Clock as an app that appears in "every space." Minor annoyances include the app not remembering clock positions on relaunch, no second hand on any of the clocks, and a menubar icon that is too big and too bright.
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Version 1.0
1 answer(s)
Drdul
Drdul
10 May 2011
It still doesn't work properly with Spaces, and the menubar icon is still too big and bright. On the plus side, at least it now shows the second hand and remembers the positions of the clock, and it's nice to be able to hide the local clock.
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