World Clock Deluxe
World Clock Deluxe
4.16.2

3.7

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World Clock Deluxe4.16.2

07 October 2019

World time clock and meeting planner.

Overview

World Clock Deluxe is a reliable and easy-to-use time tool. With World Clock Deluxe you can display multiple clocks in a horizontal or vertical palette, in the menu bar and in the Dock, show Greenwich Mean Time and Coordinated Universal Time, easily identify the best time for conference calls or videoconferences across multiple time zones, quickly calculate time conversions between different cities or time zones, and show the current weather all over the world.

What's new in World Clock Deluxe

Version 4.16.2:
  • The incompatibilities with macOS 10.15 Catalina have been solved.
  • The offset from UTC of the Antarctic stations Casey and Concordia has been updated. Both stations moved from UTC+8 to UTC+11.
  • Daylight-saving time information for Fiji and Norfolk Island has been updated. Fiji will observe daylight-saving time from November 10, 2019 to January 12, 2020. Norfolk Island introduced daylight-saving time following the Australian rule.
  • Some minor bugs have been fixed.

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How would you rate World Clock Deluxe app?

13 Reviews of World Clock Deluxe

Dcliev
02 December 2007
Version: 4.4.9

Most helpful

Works great - Time , Day & Date always where you can see it. Was lost after Leopard came out - NO DESKTOP CLOCK in Leopard
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Lenwhyte
07 November 2018
Version: 4.16
WCD deluxe 4.16 crashes on launch under Mojave on my MacPro. I had to re-install 4.15.4 to have it launch properly. It's a week now since 4.16 was released, and still no fix for this?
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Albyrw
09 December 2014
Version: 4.12.1
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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kumpta
26 October 2013
Version: 4.11.2
Is it me or do I smell a rat? Such positive reviews for what is an okay application. I have been using this application on and off since around the late 1990's. It does its job and quite well too. But these reviews seem somewhat contrived.
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5
Sun-Zen
04 September 2009
Version: 4.6.5
Thank you for this update , is perfect .
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Superman-S
28 August 2009
Version: 4.6.5
Parfait , Merci Beaucoup :)
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Drdul
28 August 2009
Version: 4.6.5
I just purchased this. It's a handy tool, and is easier to use and offers more features that I can use than other world clock apps. The only significant improvement I would like to see is a more modern, Snow Leopard-like interface, as the palette appearance is rather plain. I'd also like the option to turn off the dock icon and the menubar icon - currently, I have to choose one, and I'd rather not have either.
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Dnem41
17 June 2008
Version: 4.5.3
wait but there is a desktop clock in leopard.
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gryphonent
28 January 2008
Version: 4.5
Excellent app Been using it for years since version 1 and can strongly recommend it. The best of its kind.
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Dcliev
02 December 2007
Version: 4.4.9
Works great - Time , Day & Date always where you can see it. Was lost after Leopard came out - NO DESKTOP CLOCK in Leopard
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fred-kafka
27 October 2007
Version: 4.4.9
world clock is a very handy tool for me- I am using it 3 years already ,it worked on every mac osx like a charm..
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5
Anonymous
15 November 2004
Version: 4.0.1
I'm used to time palette but I'm switching to WC,
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3.75
Poocat
10 November 2004
Version: 4.0
the change to cocoa was cool, but we got : larger (much!) clocks, and a loss of the hidden icon... i'm not sure this was an upgrade...
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3.75
Anonymous
17 February 2004
Version: 3.2
Not very flashy, but has all the functions you'd expect in a world clock, namely, picking cities and time/date format. Could use some better UI design though, its not quite up to the standards I've come to expect on OS X. The rotating clock in the Dock is unreadable at any icon size less than huge, and the floating pallette is pretty bland although easy to read (as long as you dont turn transparency on). Just a text printout of city/time in the floating window in a plain box, no analog display or fancy window shapes here. I don't know if its worth $12, I'll see how it grows on me.
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