If you’re an older Mac user you might look at your watch. Or, do the obvious– glance at the Mac’s clock in the upper right side of the Menubar. You can set the time so it displays seconds, as well as date and day. Is there a better way?
More Ways To Tell Time
To answer my own question I don’t think there’s necessarily a better way to tell time while you’re using your Mac than a glance to the Menubar’s time.
I mean, how easy is that? It’s always there, always visible, mostly accurate to the second, and the only effort is a simple glance.
What if you want more variety? It’s the spice of life, you know?
Enter Dock Clock which does more than the app’s name implies. It’s a colorful clock for the Dock, but it’s also a clock you can enlarge and display anywhere on the Mac’s screen.
It’s a clock so it displays the time to the second (and it’s just as accurate as the Mac’s Menubar clock), but also date and day.
Take at look at the variety of clocks you can choose to display on the Mac’s screen (or, Dock).
What about features?
Hey, it’s a clock. It tells the time. The added bonus is the number of different clocks, and an option to display day, date, and month.
The Menubar icon has a few useful features, including one which removes some of the features visible on the screen clock. Click the icon and you see a larger day, month, and date display.
Of course, the clocks can be resized and moved around on the screen. But it’s just a collection of clocks that happen to live in the Dock or on the Mac’s screen and the whole package won’t set you back two dollars.