Our connected world means you might need to know what time it is in dozens of different places. If you don't feel like doing the math in your head, try Anuko World Clock. It lets you tack as many clocks as you want onto your desktop's taskbar.
The program makes you pay $29.95 to use it after a 30-day trial period. Even though this program offers many features, that's a little on the expensive side for a license that supports only two computers. The installation of Anuko World Clock goes quite smoothly, the interface is user-friendly, and there are many languages to choose from. The program doesn't limit the number of separate clocks you can have either. However, don't go overboard with a clock for every possible time zone; after adding just one or two clocks to your existing clock, the right side of your taskbar looks really crowded. By default this app installs two clocks in your taskbar, one with London time and one displaying your current time. There is also a wall clock widget that this app adds, but you can get rid of this widget by checking off Me in the program's menu. To make up for cramping your style, this program can add scheduling and other advanced time-tracking features to your computer. It's easy to change the program's look and feel, too.
With plenty features to offer, Anuko World Clock could be a helpful add-on for a business that does work overseas or an individual who wants to stay in touch with friends and relatives worldwide.
Editors' note: This is a review of the trial version of Anuko World Clock 188.8.131.5290.