Display the current times of any time zone in the world with this robust application, although it suffers from a minor design flaw. With a simple interface, International Clock lets you create multiple clocks of times around the world.
To create a clock, specify the number of hours away from standard GMT or choose a location, then select from the seven visually pleasing analog clock designs. The program also includes an alarm feature that allows you to set a sound using MP3 and WAV files and/or display text. The app has a built-in calendar and a world map that shows where it currently is day or night. While it is possible to create clocks based on specific cities worldwide, it would be easier if we could sort by location. With its fancy time displays, we recommend this application, which comes with a 15-day trial, to anyone who wants to keep an eye on several time zones.
A flexible and easy to use international clock. Has global shortcuts that you can use from any program. The user can define an unlimited number of clocks, and an unlimited number of alarms for each clock. Has daylight saving time options. Has friendly clock faces and transparency options. Version 6.1 build 450 has fixed a minor bug occurring on Windows Vista.