We humans measure time accurately to the billionth of a second, or hardly at all. Professional sports are played against time. Time can be used to our advantage, or become a huge disadvantage if not used properly. Here’s a Mac app which gives you a different look at time.
The Desktop Clock Clocks
Your Mac is a good source of relatively accurate time (settings in the System Preferences > Date and Time section).
The Menubar can be setup to give you both times and alarms, with seconds or without, digital or analog, AM or PM, or with the day of the week and the date.
For those of us who fancy ourselves as time lords and demand to know the time every moment of every waking day, there’s Desktop Clock, a Mac app with a variety of clocks.
That’s it. Clocks. On the Mac’s Desktop; hence, Desktop Clocks.
The app is a cheap way to view the current time in a variety of clock faces, different sizes, and positioned wherever you want on the screen.
Not only do you have multiple clock faces to tell the time, but each clock can be resized; smaller or larger, as needed.
Desktop Clock has eight different clock faces and can display the time in up to four time zones. That makes the option to view time from a click to the Menubar especially useful. The app doesn’t cost much but delivers a variety of time options that Apple doesn’t have in OS X.