From Johannes Wallroth:
Sharp World Clock is a sophisticated desktop world clock program, able to display an unlimited number of analog or digital clocks in a row or grid arrangement (you define the columns and rows). Clocks can be undocked and put anywhere on the desktop. The clocks can be resized from very small to full screen, without any change in sharpness or accuracy. You can either show the clocks always or just when you need them - by pressing a hotkey, clicking the tray icon or by clicking a single "anchor clock".
The clocks can be individually configured with different clock hands, numbers, colors or background images. A large number of predifined, editable style presets is included. The clock faces can display country flags and a graphical representation of the day/night sky.
You can define your own time and date string for the digital clocks, to display 12 hour (AM/PM) or 24 hour (military) time, weekdays, months and date in any way you like, in any language.
An integrated world map shows the areas of day and night, the position of the cities and the country borders. Accurate calculation of sunrise and sunset times and moon phases.
Alarms can be set for the local time or any time zone. Alarms can also be set as a count-down or weekly, monthly, annual or periodically. Chimes can be set on the hour and on the quarter, with a bell sound and/or with the time being spoken.
Several additional tools and additional functions are included: weather report, a resizable month calendar widget to enter or see events, a time zone converter with a unique, intuitive conference scheduler (see at one glance when best to schedule a phone conference over several time zones), a "sticky notes" tool and a feed reader. The program can be synchronized to atomic time (NIST) servers at user defined intervals or manually.
What's new in this version:
Several bug fixes and improvements in the new calendar widget